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THE NEW 

ANNUAL ARMY LIST, 

MILITIA LIST, 

AND 

INDIAN CIVIL SEKVICE LIST, 

EOE 1877, 

(BEING THE THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VOLUME,) 

CONTAINING 

DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A STATEMENT OE THE WAR SERVICES 
AND WOUNDS OF NEARLY EVERT OFFICER IN THE ARMY, 
ORDNANCE, MARINES, AND INDDAN STAFF CORPS, 
AND INDIAN LOCAL FORCES. 

Corrected to the 29th December, 1876. 

WITH AN INDEX. 



MAJOR GENERAL H. G. HART. 



LONDON: 
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET. 

1877. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Aides de Camp to the Queen - 3 

Artillery, Royal Ib 4 

Kendal Army, &C 43 1 

Bombay Army, &c 5 2 3 

Cavalry Depot at Canterbury 3°3 

Chaplains' Department 39° 

Chelsea Hospital I2B 

Colonels 33 

Commissariat ami Transport Department 3°° 

Department of Artillery Studies 3° 2 

Dragoon Guards J 3° 

Dragoons, and other Cavalry T 43 

re, Royal 2o8 

Fic'd Marshals 4 

FootC.uar.ls 22 9 

Foot (Numbered Regiments) 234 

Garrisons I2 ° 

General Officers •• 4 

Gentlemen at Anns, the Honourable Corps of. 130 

Bold Deooratione 6 4° 

Half-pay List 5°8 

Hibernian Military School I2 ° 

Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of J35 

Index 6 s° 

Indian Civil Service 74* 

Indian Staff Corps 4™ 

Kilmainham Hospital I2S 

Lieutenant Colonels po 

Life Guards J 33 

Local Indian Army, Officers of 4° 2 

Madras Army, &c 495 

Majors 8 4 

Malta Fencibles 362 



PAGB 

Marines, Royal 397 

Medals, &c. (Gold) 640 

Medical Department 37 2 

Military Academy at "Woolwich, Royal 127 

Military Asylum, Royal 128 

Militarv College at Sandhurst, Royal 127 

Military Knights of Windsor I3| 

Military Prisons I2 & 

Militia 713- 

Officers who have Retired on Full Pay 543 

( iffieers who have passed through the Staff CoUege 1 14 

Order of the Garter 640 

the Thistle °4° 

St. Patrick °4°' 

the Bath 6 4- 

St. Michael and St. George : 640. 

the Star of India 645. 

Ordnance Manufacturing Establishments 126-127 

Ordnance Store Department 3 6 9< 

Recruiting Staff 363. 

Retired General and Field Officers 604 

Rewards for Distinguished Services 129' 

Rifle Brigade 356 

School of Gunnery 302 

School of Military Engineering 3 6z 

School of Musketry at Hythe 362 

Staff «| 

Staff College I2 7 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 3 6 4 

Veterinary Department 395- 

Victoria Cross 646 

West India Regiments 3 6 ° 

Yeomen of the Guard 132- 



K.G. Knight of the Order of the ( 

K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 

K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



:.cm.g. 

C.M.G. 
G.C.H. 



Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

Companion of ditto ditto 

Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian. 

Guelphie Order. 
Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

Knight of ditto ditto 

Knight of the Crescent. 



June 1815. SucL 



G.C.B. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Batl 
K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath 
C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 
C-.C.S.I. Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the K.C.H. 

Star of India. K.H. 

K.C.S.I. Knight Commander of the Star of India. K.C. 

C.S.I. Companion of the Star of India. 

J3 Before the Name denotes that the Officer served in the Peninsula, or the South of France. 
_ _._, „ - _, C Officers actually present in either of the actions of the 16th 17th or 
kH Waterloo Medal. | officers are allowed two years' additional service. 
Y€ Victoria Cross. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are actual!,/ attached; e. before the 
name denotes that the I Mlicer has received a certificate from the Senior Department of the Royal Military College ; 
the Letters p.i.e. are placed lifore the Names of Officers who lane passed through the Stall College ; and theLettei 
r after the names of Officers of the Royal Marines employed on the Recruiting Service. The Letters p.s. after the 
name of a Militia Officer denote that he has passed a School of Instruction. The * brfore the Name or Date ol 
notes Temporary Rank only. The Letter '' before the Date indicates that the Commission was pur- 
teneral Officers, with the prefix of a t, are on the half pay of their last Regimental Commissions. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," " Waterloo," &c, denote the Honorary Dis 
fcted to be borne by such Regiments on their colours and appointments, in commemoration of theii 



NOTICE. 

Late Corrections being a fruitful source of Errors of the Press, it is therefore indispensably 
necessary, in order to insure careful attention in- next year's Volume, that Communi 
cations be received NOT LATER than the end of October, but Earlier Communicatioi 
is very much to be preferred ; and it is particularly requested that ALL Communication; 
be addressed ONLY to 

MAJOR GENERAL HART, 

50, Albemarle Street, 

LONDON, W. 

Major General Hart desires also to notify that he does not and cannot supply Copie3 
his Army Lists either to regular Subscribers or to Occasional Purchasers. 



HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA. 

Private Secretary to the Queen Major General Henry Frederick Ponsonby. 

Aides de Camp to the Queen. 

Pertonal ( Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCSI 
Aides de Camp \ Major Hi, Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught, KG. KT. KP. GCMG. 7 Hussara. 
Colonel Marquis of Donegall, GCH. Antrim Militia. c ol ° n el Robert Phayre, CB. Bombay Staff Corps. 
W. F. Duke of Buccleuch, KG. Edinburgh Militia. Martin Dillon, CB. CSI. Rifle Brigade. 

Sight Hon. John Wilson, Lord Winmarleigh, 3 R. Henry St. Clair Wilkins, Royal Engineers. 

Lane. Militia. J. W. C. Williams, Royal Marine Artillery. 

Robert Alex. Shafto, Zord Waveney, Suffolk Artillery UC G. L. Goodlake, h.p. Coldstream Guards. 

Militia. Sir Chas. Hen. Brownlow, KCB. Bengal Staff Corps, 

G. W. F. Marquis of Ailesbury, R. Wilts Yeo. Cav. Peter gtark Lumsden) CBi c5/ . Bengal Staff Corps 

C. Vise. Eversley, Hampshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Charles Wm. Adair. CB. Royal Marines. 

F. K. Lord Methuen, R. Wiltshire Militia. ■$$ Jonn Watsolli C B. Bombay Staff Corps. 

W. A. C. Marquis of Exeter, Northampton Militia. Richard Herbert Gall, CB. h.p. 14 Hussars. 

Hon. Hussey Fane Keane, CB. Royal Engineers. Horatio Harbord Morant, Brigade Depot. 

Wm. James E. Grant, CB. Royal Artillery. Sir Hu „ h 0wen wen, Bart. Royal Pembroke Amf 

Robert Tolver, Lord Gerard, Lancashire Hussars lery Militia. 

Yeomanry Cavalry. I James Rose, 2 F. 

William Bell, Royal Guernsey Militia. Edward Chippindall, CB. 19 F. 

Thomas F. Wilson, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. j George Harrington Hawes, 9 F. 

Hon. Fred. Aug. Thesiger, CB. h.p. 95 F. | clement Hemerv, Royhl Jersey Militia. 

John Field, CB. Bombay Infantry. j Lewis W illiam Penn, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Her Majesty's Secretaey op State foe War Right Hon. GATHORNE HABDY, MP. 

Private Secretary Lt. Colonel H. G. Deedes, 60 Rifles. 

Assistant Private Secretary George M. Farquharson. 

Hee Majesty's Parliamentary Under Secretary of > ~ , Cadosran 

State foe War J ' b ' 

Private Secretary Arthur T. Liddell. 

Her Majesty's Permanent Under Secretary of State } M John Cranch Wftlker y . 

for War 

Private Secretary William S. Fyler. 

Legal Secretary Charles Mathew Clode. 

The Chief Clerk and Registrar Ralph Thompson. 

Her Majesty's Surveyor General of the Ordnance. .. { LtC ^wrti4"m OuarfflfP. H " GaSCOylie - Ceci1 ' late ° 

Private Secretary Owen Henry Morshead. 

Director of Stqjplies and Transport Sir William Henry Drake, KCB. 1 

Assistant to the Director of Supplies and Transport. Arthur Lawrence Haliburton. 

Director of Artillery and Stores {^ArtuteryT^AtJfs'. *** Cam P be11 ' P* Uo ^ 

Assistant to the Director of Artillery and Stores ... Lt. Colonel W. H. Goodenough, Royal Artillery. 

Director of Contracts Henry Aylmer Greene. 

Lnspector General of Fortification and Director of ( Lt.General Sir J. Lintorn A. Simmons, KCB. Royal 

Works I Engineers, 1 Aug. 75. 

Aide de Camp Lieutenant F. L. Edwards, Royal Engineers, 1 Aug. 75. 

Deputy Director of Works, for Fortifications Colonel C. B. P. N. H. Nugent, CB. Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Director of Works, for Fortifications... Colonel J. H. Smith, Royal Engineers. 

De]mfy Director of Works, for Barracks Colonel Charles Brisbane Ewart, CB. Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Directors of Works, for Barracks {^Colonel P. *j°*$^^*£*»* 



. „ f Hon. Frederick Arthur Stanlev, MP. late Lt. and Cantain 

The Financial Secretary I Grenadier Guards; Lt. Colonel 1 Royal Lancashire 

( Militia. 

Private Secretary Ralph Dalyell. 

Accountant General John Milton, CB. 

Deputy Accountant General William Henry White. 

Assistant Accountant General Henry S. Hood. 

1 Sir William Henry Drake served throughout the Eastern campaign ot 1854-55, including the Commissariat 
charge of the expedition to Kertch (Medal with three Clasps for Balaklava, Inkeiman, and Sebastopol CB Knight 
of the Legion of Honor, Officer of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, 4 th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

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Major Generals. 



2nd LIEUT. 



omas Kensington Whistler, R. Art. 
arles James ]>;ili..n, Uoval Artillery ...I 
ed \hir.,w Kiii-.ll '\ W liimt. U. Art. 
'in Henrv Franck'u 11. CB. 11. Artillery 

.omas Brooke I 

inry Dalrymple White. I 'JB. 6 Dragoons 
n. Sherbrooke Ramsay Norc itt.^GB. / 

Lieut. Governor of Jersey > 

orge W. Y. Simpson, B iyal Artillery. 
tniMaitland, B il Ar 
nielLysons; 1 B.QudUrterl£a ' r ' eral 
m.Lygon,JSorJo/Longford,5« STCB.. 
s Serene Highness Prince W.A. Edward 7 

if Saxe Weimar, 5 " OB j 

Archibald Little, KCB. 9 Lancers 

N. Lowder, CB. R. Marines 

•John Douglas, 58 A'GS 

■H. Charles Barnston Daubeney, s9 .£"CB. 
jhardW. Penn, Earl Howe, 50 CB 

• Thomas Westropp M'Mahon, 62 Bt. } 

CB. 18 Hussars ) 

exander Maxwell, CB. e3 

chard Thomas Farren, CB. ei Com- \ 

Handing at Barbadoes j 

inry Sebastian Rowan, CB. R. Art 

ibert Wardlaw, CB. 7 1 iragoon Guards, > 

Com. Cav.Brig. atAldershot J 

hn Thornton Grant, 60 CB 

exander Low, CB. 2 Dragoon Guards... 

rcy Hill, 88 CB 

<• Edw. Harris Greathed, 69 KCB. \ 
Commanding at Colchester ) 

• John Jones, 7 " KCB 

dliam Neville distance, I !B. n Hussars 
thur Cavendish Heutinck 72 

• Richard Denis Kelly,' 3 KCB. Com- ) 

nanding Cork District J 

hn Ramsay Stuart, 7 * CB. Con, maud- 1 

ng in Scotland j 

m. Robert Rollo, 75 CB 

orge Lambrick, Royal Marines 

elyn Henry Fred. 1'ncklington, Direc- ') 

'or General of Militan/ Education ) 

snry Jumes Warre, 70 CB 

lius Edmund Guodwyii." CB 

idolph de Salis, CB. 8 Hussars 

fred Thomas Heyland, 7 ' 1 CB 

lorge Vaughan Maxwell, 80 CB 

Lward Selby Smyth, 81 Commanding in~\ 
Chief the Auxiliary Forces in the Do- > 

nin'wnof Canada ) 

.omas B. Fielding Marriott, R. Artillery 

Imund Richard Jeffreys, 88 CB 

m.Sir Fra. Colborne, 83 KCB, Com. the j 
Troops in China and Straits Settlements ) 
r Henry Drury Harness, AT'B. R. Eng. 
m. St. Geo. Gerald Foley," 4 CB. Liettt. > 

Governor of Guernsey j 

larles Emihirst, 86 CB. Commanding \ 
Mysore Division of the Madras Army ...J 
chard Chambre Hays Taylor, 87 CB. \ 

Deputy Adjutant General j 

Hon. Arthur Edw. Hardinge, 88 CB. ] 
Equerry to the Queen; Commanding ,- 
Meerut Division of the Bengal Army ... ) 

ibert Newport Tinley 89 

[ward Arthur Somerset, 00 CB. Com-\ 

manding the Brigade at Gibraltar ) 

rthur Cyril Goo'denough, 91 CB 

Patrick Leonard MacDougall, 92 De- \ 
outy Quarter Master General, Intelli- - 

gence Branch ) 

larles Erskine Ford, R. Engineers 

larles James Wright, R. Artillery 

Alex. Macdoneli, 93 CB. Com. Mawull 

Tindee Division of theBengal Army | 

lius Augustus Robert Raines, 9 * CB 

hn Alfred Street, CB. 95 Commanding | 

the Troops in Ceylon ) 

larles Herbert,' CB. 96 

ihn Wm. Sidney Smith, CB. 97 

lward Stopford Claremont, CB. 99 

larles Cameron Shute, 100 CB. MP. for \ 

Brighton J 

mes Wells Armstrong, 101 CB. Inspec-') 

tor General of Auxiliary Forces j 

lonias Sydenham Conway, 102 CB 

<rd Alfred Paget, Clerk Marshal to the \ 

Queen ) 

iharles Hind, Lt. Colonel, Unattached . . . 

igustus Francis Ansell 

iUiam James Smythe. Royal Artillery... 
[Omas Hook Pearson, 103 CB 



7 Feb. 24 
18 Dec. 29 

6 Nov. 30 
26 July 31 

12 May 37 
31 Oct. 34 
11 May 38 

13 June 22 
17 June 24 
16 Dec. 2.. 
'26 Dec. 3. 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



1 May 24 7 Feb. 39 
29 Apr. 31 23 Nov. 41 
27 Sept. 31 1 7 Apr. 42 
23 June 3 2 ' 1 :, Apr. 42 
Oct. 3q|ii Sept. 44 



1 01 - EL. 



: 5 Aug. 37 3 

i June 4 
4 Oct. 31 3 

1 Nov. 33 
6 Sept.33 

2 Mar. 29 

24 Dec. 29 
9 June 35 
30 May 34 3 
June 32 



29 July 36 
8 Feb. 39 

16 June 25 
25 June 24 

17 Dec. 24 
Aug 



28 Apr. — 
2 Oct. 35 
24 Apr. 35 
22 June 32 
2 June 28 

1 Oct. 31 

2 Nov. 38 



5 June 3 5 28 July 40 



31 Oct. 40 

7 Mar. 34 30 July 36 



;o Jan. 32 

Aug. 32 
14 Mar. 34 
10 Feb. 29 

3 Feb. 37 

5 Jan. 44 
7 Dec. 30 

4 Apr. 33 
2 Feb. 38 

16 Jan. 41 

:o Dec. 32 

6 June 25 

1 Oct. 36 
14 May 27 
29 June 32 
14 Aug. 35 

1 Dec. 35 

7 June 44 
4 Apr. 32 

29 Jan. 36 



29 Apr. 29 
Dec. 



19 Nov. - 
3 Feb. 3 
9 



Aug. 38 

June 41 

,. Aug. 32 

7 Nov. 38 

8 July 36 

9 Aug. 31 
14 July 38 

Dec. 31 

Dec. 38 

Jan. 40 

4 Aug. 34 



5 May 40 

7 May 44 
si Feb. 40 

1 7 June 39 

16 Dec. 39 
20 Dec 34 

26 Jan. 44 
May 46 

17 May 48 

8 June 41 
2S Oct. 36 

5 Apr. 44 

9 June 38 

27 Sept. 42 
3 Jan. 45 

18 Aug. 43 
14 Oct. 42 
30 July 42 
14 July 43 



j July 

20 June . j ■ June 57 

20 Juno 54 20 June 57 

20 June 34 28 J11 
7 June 40 12 May 54 -5 Xov. 54 

2 Apr. so 19 May 54 2S Nov. 54 
22 Dec. 48 1 June 54,28 Nov. 54 

1 Aug. 47 12 Dee. 54^9 June 55 

n Nov. si 23 July 5 : ' 

11 Nov. ;i \ Feb. 61 

3 Aug. 49 -'i Sept.54 17 July 55 
6 July 52 12 Dec. 5417 July 55 
>o June 54 12 Dec. 54 5 Oct. 55 
5 Apr. 50 ^ -Tvmp cJm .Time C7 

2 Nov. 55 
1 Nov. 42 

>-3 Dec. 42 
28 May S3 



.2 Nov. 30 

6 July 3 S ., . 

5 Oct. 38 23 Jan. 46 

10 May 33 

- Dec. 31 

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1 June 57 
.3 July 60 1 5 Nov. 64 
so June 5 .1 1 Aug. 57 
June 54 jo Sept.57' 
jo June 54 17 Nov. 57 
[2 Doc. 54 
[2 Dec. 54 
[2 Dec. 54 



7 Apr. 38 
6 July 41 
6 Mar. 38 
2 Mar. 47 



13 July 47 12 Dec. 54 12 Dec. 57 

19 Sept.48 12 Dec. 54 12 Dec. 57 
27 Dec. 50 12 Dec. 54 12 Dec. 57 
22 May 62 20 June 54 14 Oct. 57 

4 Feb. 53 12 Dec. 54 12 Dec. 57 

20 June 54 12 Dec. 5412 Dec. 57 
20 June 54 1 12 Dec. 54li2Dec. 57 
22 Oct. 50129 Dec. 54 29 Dec. 57 

3 Apr. 46 20 June 54 19 Jan- 58 
20 July 49^20 June 54 19 Jan 
Sept. 5 



9 Aug. 35 10 Jan. 40 

25 Sept. 35 5 Nov. 41 
2 Mar. 40 1 Oct. 48 

30 Aug. 33 24 May 39 
1 June 41 8 Jan. 47 
6 June 45 3 May 50' 
June 33 J 13 July 38 



27 June 51 
17 Mar. 48 
9 Feb. 49 

20 June 54 
15 June 60 
1 1 Nov. 5 1 



July 36 
26 Apr. 39 

29 May 43 



: Nov. 34 30 Mar. 
[Oct. 



Jan. 39 
Sept. 32 

27 May 36 

Oct. 37 

29 Mar. 39 

Dec. 45 

9 July 33 

9 July 40 



8 Apr. 34 25 Nov. 36 
3 Feb. 36 11 May 39 



. - May 34 
12 30 Dec. 34 

May 4 



13 June 3 
;8 Jan. 4 
29 Nov. 39 5 Oct. 41 



16 July 4 

19 July 34 13 May 39 

Aug. 43 29 Nov. 44 

14 Feb. 28 26 Apr. 31 

6 July 32 14 Mar. 34 



13 Dec. 42 
6 Dec. 44 



: Aug. 



15 Nov. 54 

12 Dec. 54 

13 Sept. 00 

6 Feb. 55 

7 Nov, 54 9 ^ ar - 55 
15 Sept. 54 12 Dec. 54 
1 , Feb. 17 28 Nov. 54 



Aug. 56 19 Jan. 50 
Dec. 54 30 Jan. 58 
Dec. 54 30 Jan. 58 
5 Feb. 58 



Feb. 3 S 

24 May 44 

30 June 43 
3 Aug. 41 

22 Dec. 45 

23 Aug. 44 

1 June 49 
15 Dec. 40 

31 Jan. 45 
26 Oct. 41 

7 June 44 

10 Jan. 44 
1 Apr. 44 

24 Oct. 45 



5 Apr. 44 13 Apr. 52 
7 Jan. 48 



Oct. 26 27 Sept. 33 
Aug. 37 7 Aug. 40 
Nov. 45 



> June 54 



zS July 54 12 Dec. 54 

28 May 53 23 Mar. 55 

6 Jan. 55 
20 June 54 



2 May 43 
21 Oct. 53 
20 June 54 
19 Oct. 49 
8 June 52 
8 Aug. 54 
12 Dec. 54 

11 Nov. 51 

12 Nov. 54 
27 Mar. 48 



12 Dec. 54 

3 Jan. 55 
2 Dec. 54 



:2 Dec. 54 



5 Mar. 47 
20 Jan. 5 1 

9 Dec. 36 
10 Oct. 40 



8 Oct. 29 7 Feb. 34 22 Feb. 39 
[3 Jan. 20I19 Sept.26'i4 Dec. 32 
20 Dec. 33 10 Jan. 37I 6 May 45 
[4 Mar. 25 1 1 Aug. 36)16 Aug. 31 



Mar. 55 20 May 58 
12 Dec. 54 21 May 

Feb. 55 25 May 58 
9 Mar. 55 2S May 58 
23 Mar. 55 29 May 

6 Jan. 55 24 June 58 

Feb. 49 17 July 55 l 7 J^y 58 

28 Nov. 54 13 Jan. 55 13 Jan. 58 

7 Feb. 55 7 Feb. 58 
: Dec. 54 17 July 55 2 ° Jal y 58 

_, Apr. 55 17 Nov. 57 2oJuly 58 
12 Dec. 54 19 June 55 " Aug. 58 
5 Apr. 45 20 June 54 19 Aug. 58 
. 1 Nov. 51)29 July 55 2 Sept. 58 
:2 Dec. 54|i4Sept.55 14 Sept. 58 
1 June 54 I2 Dec. 54 2I Sept.58 

12 Dec. 54 17 J ul y 55 I 0ct - 58 

4 July 43 20 June 54'26 Oct. 58 

i6 May 45 20 June 54126 Oct. 58 

14 Apr. 46I20 June 54I26 Oct. 5 8 

1 May 46120 June 54120 Oct. 5S 

I 1 Apr. 55 1 Apr. 58 

[9 June 46,20 June 54 26 Oct. 58 



!3 Feb. 58 
itJ Nov. 64 
6 Mar. 58 
ij Mar. 58 
19 Mar. 58 
;o Mar. 58 
io Mar. 58 
; 3 Mar. 5S 

13 Mar. 58 

6 Jan. 58 

1 Apr. 58 

2 Apr. 5S 
13 Jan. 58 
13 Apr. 58 



5 Mar. 68 

6 Mar. 68 

6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 6S 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 63 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 63 

6 Mar. 68 

6 Mar. 63 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 6S 
6 Mar. 6S 

6 Mar. 68 



6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68, 
6 Mar. 68. 



Majoi' 



reds. 



LIEUT. | CAMAIB. 



2 Feb. 33 
2 May 34 
i Mar. 36 
21 June 34 
" Dec. 31 



27 Dec. 42 



c. Sir Jaines Edward Alexander, 105 CB 

Charles L. D'Aguilar, CB. Royal Artillery 

Robert Gorges 'Hamilton, R. Engineers ... 

tJasper Bv;iir Crcagh, 10 ? CVyrf.h.p. 48 Foot 

Archibald Inglis Loekhart, 109 CB 

Thomas Edsrur Lacv 

Edward Bla -rden Hale, 1 10 CB 

«. John Alexander Ewart, 111 CB 

Wm. Charles Hadden, R. Engineers 

William Parke, 112 CB. Commanding South \ 
Eastern District j 

Chas. L. Barnard, CB. R. Marine Art 

Edwin B. Johnson, CB. Royal Artillery.. 

<:. Henry Errington Longden. 113 CB. CSI. 

Henry Alex. Carleton, CB. Royal Artillery 

tJohn Roche, Captain, Unatt 

Henry Roxby Benson, 115 CB 

"William Robert Halidav 

James Talbot Airey, 116 CB. Com. at Malta 

Wilmot Henry Bradford 11 ? 

Chas.LennoxBrownlowMaitland, 118 CB. ) 
Lieutenant of the Tower of London j 

William Twis'leton Layard 119 

Joseph Henry Lave 12u 

William Charles Forrest, 121 CB 

Arthur Thomas Phillpotts, R, Artillery.. 

George Prince Sealy, R. Artillery 

Son. James W. B. Macdonald,'' 22 CB. ) 
Brit-ate Secretary to H.B.II. the Duke <- 
of Cambridge J 

Robert Julian Baumgartner. 123 CB 

George Calvert Clarke, 124 CB 

Charles Francis Fordyce, 125 CB 

c. Frederick Amelius Whimper, 126 CB. ... 

Robert William Disney Leith, 12 ? CB 

William R. Preston 

Edward Stanton, CB. R. Engineers 

Thomas Con3'ngham Kelly, 128 CB 

Henry Frederick Ponsonby, 129 Private > 
Secretary to the Queen j 

Edmund Ogle, Roval Engineers 

©liver Paget Bourke 131 

George Erskine,"' Com. Chatham District 

Edward George Wynyard 132 

Thomas Pattle, 133 C.B 

William Lennox Ingall, 134 CB 

Charles Pyndar Beauchamp Walker, 135 \ 
CB. Military Attache at Berlin $ 

William Clarke {QM. 15 Sept. 37) 

Henry James Stannus, 136 CB 

Arthur James Herbert, 13 ' CB. Command- \ 

ing Dublin District j 

James, Lord Seaton 138 

Samuel Wells, 140 CB 

Henry George Hart 141 

Robert Pratt, 142 CB 

Son. Leicester 3myth, 143 CB 

Fred. Chas. Arthur Stephenson, 144 CB. \ 

Commanding Jlome District ) 

Edmund Aug. Whitmore, 145 CB. Jnspec-1 

tor General of Recruiting ) 

Lord Alexander G. Russell 146 

John Cameron, CB. Royal Engineers 

John Summerfield Hawkins, R. Eng 

Alex. Taylor, CB. R. Engineers 

Sir Garnet Joseph Wolseley, 1 " KCB. \ 
GCMCr. Member of the Council of the [ 
Secretary of State for India. Supernu- j 
merarjj, promoted f>r distinguished service ) 

Robert Maelagan, Royal Engineers to Dec. 39 

•Cha. James Conway Mills 148 26 Dec. 

Sir John Josiah Hurt, Bart. 1 *" 3 CB 20 Nov. 

Sir Arnold B. Kemball, CB. KCSI. R. Art. 11 Dec. 

John Simpson, 150 CB 13 Mar. -,5 

Henry Garner Rainey, 151 CB 12 Apr. 

John Amber Cole 14 Jan. 

Richard Walter Lacy 152 23 Mar. 32 

Y€ Fred. Francis .Maude, 153 CB. Com. ) ,, 

a Division of the Bengal Army I J 3 Mar - 4° 

Edward Herbert Maxwell, 154 CB 26 Apr. 39 

John M'Xeill Walter, 1 " CB 3, July 35 

Joseph Edwin Thackwell, 156 CB 6 June 34 

John Douglas Campbell, Royal Engineers n June 40 

c. Joseph Edward Addison 31 Jan. 

Edmund Roche 157 11 July 37 

William Inglis, 158 CB 7 Feb. 40 

Lawrence Shadwell, 159 CB 16 Apr 

Charles John Foster 100 8 Apr. 36 

Geo. Fred. Stevenson Call, 161 CB 7 Apr. 37 

Robert Bruce 183 9 June 38 

Reginald Yonge Shipley, 164 CB. Com- }_ ^ 

manuing a Brigade at Aldershot ) 3 UGC - 43 

Horace Win, Montagu, CB. R. Engineers 1 Jan. 
John Elias Collings, I65 CB 21 June 39 



Jan. 25,26 Xov. 25! 18 Jane 30 

6 June 38J22 July 40,22 Apr. 47 
29 May 32 s Dec. 35)18 Dec. 44 

9 Apr. 25 12 June28| 5 Oct. 32 

Dec. 28 11 June 30 19 Aug. 36 

May 25 3 Oct. 26)11 July 34 

Aug. 33 ! 29 Jan. 361 5 Feb. 41 

27 July 38,15 Apr. 42I12 May 48 

9 May 32 8 Feb. 36I26 Dec. 44 

15 Dec. 40 27 Sept.42J 9 Jan. 49 

7 Aug. 41 ' 18 Aug. 45*24 Feb. 54 

10 June 42I 3 July 45 10 June 57 

16 Sept. 36 7 Aug. 40)26 Mar. 

11 June 30 12 Sept. 39 11 June 
27 Oct. 26 29 Jan. 30 25 Mar. 36 

15 Apr. 42 27 June 45 
3 Mar. 33 11 Nov. 36 
3 May 33 J 22 July 

26 Aug. 36 27 Aug. 
9 Apr. 41 27 Mar. 46 

22 Nov. 36)16 Aug. 39 
Dec. 37 26 Mar 



9 Nov. 46 20 June 54 
12 Dec. 54 26 Dec. 56 
Apr. 5. 



9 Nov. 46 
9 Nov. 46 
9 Nov. 46 

21 Nov. 

12 Dec. 



5 Jan 
o Jan. 37 
7 Aug. 41 



Oct. 29 24 Jan. 34 
27 Sept. 33 < 30 June 37 



7 Sept. 
3 Sept. 45 

8 Dec. 46 

24 June 37 

_. 23 Apr. 41 
7 Oct. 36 20 Sept. 39 



3 July 40 
23 Mar. 38 
10 Jan. 39 
22 Feb. 33 

1 Apr. 46 
31 Aug. 30 
16 Feb. 44 



30 Jan. 46 

5 Oct. 41 
9 June 45 
8 Oct. 39 
o June 54 

6 May 43 



1 Dec 

5 Feb 
5 July 57 

7 June 49 
5 Dec. 55 
9 Nov. 46 

23 Oct. 54 
9 Nov. 46 
ii Nov. 5 

8 Aug. 5 

15 Sept. 48 
28 Sept. 47 
12 Nov. 47 
3 Oct. 48 



27 Sept. 59 
9 Oct. 49 

23 Sept. 51 
11 Nov. 51 
2 Oct. 52 
'.4 June 53 
7 June 49 
9 July 48 
2 Dec. 54 
:o July 49 
9 Oct. 49 



i Dec. ; 

1 June 1 



6 Aug. 41 

1 July 39 

2 Dec. 34 
2 Dec. 34 
9 June 43 

12 Mar. 52 



18 July 48 
1 Apr. 46 
7 Nov. 44 
14 Apr. 43 
25 Oct. 42 
7 May 47 
7 Feb. 51 
21 June 39^2 Dec. 46 
4 Jan. 41 25 Nov. 42 
12 Nov. 42 16 Apr. 50 
15 Apr. 42, 8 Aug. 45 
26 June 38 23 July 41 21 June 50 
8 Oct. 29 15 Sept. 37 16 Sept 
19 July 32 1 Dec. 42 15 Dec. 48 
7 June 39 23 Sept. 45 29 Dec. 54 
7 July 55 



3 Dec. 50 
8 June 55 
8 Dec. 

23 Nov 

17 Apr. 50 



12 Nov. 

25 July 37 

10 July 46 

15 Apr. 42 
10 Jan. 37 
10 Jan. 37 
19 Nov. 47 

16 May 53 

29 Dec. 43 
28 Aug. 38 

30 Sept. 42 

17 Aug. 41 
3 Nov. 37 
8 June 33 

26 May 33 

15 Sept. 37 

27 Aug. 41 

16 Nov. 41 
3 July 39 



23 Oct. 39 
19 Feb. 44 
15 July 43 
29 Apr. 42 
31 Dec. 4t 
j 17 Mar. 



22 Dec. 54 
13 Jan. 43 

1 June 49 
12 June 44 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
16 May 57 

26 Jan. 55 



« Aug. 54 

25 June 41 
20 Dec. 46 

28 Feb. 51 

26 Jan. 44 

27 Dec. 42 
14 Dec. 38 

1 May 46 
10 Dec. 47 
8 Oct. 47 

29 Sept. 47 



2 Dec. 54 
:8 May 53 



6 May 48 
1 Aug. 54 
9 Aug. 50 

20 July 49 
26 Oct. 49 

7 Feb. 51 
1 Dec. 38) 1 Dec. 47 

20 Sept. 39 30 Dec. 42 
22 May 40 21 July 48 
11 Dec. 46 30 Apr. 52 
1 May 45, 17 Feb. 54 
22 Jan. 42 3 Oct. 48li9Sept.5 



[4 June 58 
'.9 Jan. 58 



24 Mar. 58 



22 Aug. 51 
12 Dec. 54 
19 Jan. 58 
29 Dec. 54 



20 June 54 
20 June 

20 June 

7 Sept. 55 
2 Nov. 

21 May si 

23 Nov. 55 

27 Mar. 62 

19 Jan. 5S 

8 Dec. 56 

20 July 58 
20 June 54 
30 Sept. 56 
20 June 54 
17 July 54 

29 Dec. 54 

28 Sept. 54 
2S Nov. 54 
28 Nov 

12 Dec 

13 Aug. 55 

30 Mar. 60 

12 Dec. 54 

12 Dec. 54 
12 Dec. 54 

Dec. 

Dec. 

28 Nov. 54 

Feb. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
5 June 55 

1 Aug. 55 

2 Sept. 57 

7 Sept. 55 
12 Dec 
20 June 54 

2 Nov. 55 
25 Oct. 55 

9 Nov. 55 
18 Dec. 55 
28 Nov. 54 
17 July 55 

17 Feb. 56 
9 May 56 

30 May 56 
9 Sept. 55 

8 Sept. 55 

20 June 54 



26 Oct. 58; 6 Mar. 68 

20 July 58! 6 Mar. 68 
1 Apr. 58 6 Mar. 68 

26 Oct. 58 [ 6 Mar. 68 
7 Doc. 58 6 Mar. 68 
24 Dec. 58 6 Mar. 68 
26 Apr. 59 6 Mar. 68 
26 Apr. 59! 6 Mar. 68 

21 May 58! 6 Mar. 68 

26 Apr. 59 6 Mar. 68 

27 Mar. 67 6 Mar. 68 
19 Jan. 631 6 Mar. 68 
26 Apr. 59 6 Mar. 68 
10 Mar. 63) 6 Mar. 68 
17 July 59 6 Mar. 68 
23 Sept. 59! 6 Mar. 68 

3 Dec. 59: 6 Mar. 68 
6 Dee. 59! 6 Mar. 68 
29 Dec. 59 6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 



5 Jan. 60 
1 Mar. 60 
8 Mar. 60 
8 Mar. 60 

13 Aug. 58 
1 Sept. 63 

1 Apr. 60 

6 Apr. 60 
23 Apr. 60 

4 May 60 
3 June 60 

26 June 60 
6 July 60 
21 May 6: 

11 July 60 

2 Aug. 60 

2 Sept. 

3 Aug. 60 

12 Aug. 60 
31 Aug. 60 

5 Sept. 60 
5 Oct. 60 
9 Nov. 60 



5 Feb. 56 

6 June 56 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Aug. 58 

20 July 58 

26 Apr. 59 



8 Feb. 61 

1 July 56 

2 Nov. 55 
1 Apr. 60 
7 July 



Apr. 49 22 Aug. 56 
.- Nov. 51 25 Aug. 56 

3 July 55 ' " 

5 May 55 
8 June 55 
2 Dec. 53 
2 Dec. 54 



4 Dec. 60 

22 Dec. 60 
24 Dec. 60 
27 Dec. 60 

23 Jan. 61 
9 Feb. 61 

15 Feb. 6i 
15 Feb. 61 
10 Mar. 61 
2 Dec. 62 
12 Aug. 63 
31 Mar. 64 



5 June 65 



16 Fell. 55 
21 July 49 
12 Dec. 54 
12 Dec. 54 
21 Sept. 52 
20 June 54 
28 May 53 
12 Dec. 54 
24 Apr. 55 



Feb. 66 

23 Mar. 61 

9 Apr. 61 

1 Sept. 63 

oApr. 61 

o Apr. 61 

o Apr. 6i 

May 56 16 May 61 1 

Xov. 55 30 May 61 

2 Xov. 55 11 June 61 

7 Oct. 56ji7June6i| 

2 Xov. 55J25 June " 



6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 

6 Mar. 68 

6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 



6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 



6 Mar. 68 

6 Mar. 68 

.., 6 Mar. 68 

18 Feb. 66 6 Mar. 68 



6 June 56 6 Aug. 61 ' 6 Mar. 68 

4 Feb. 57 6 Aug. 6i| 6 Mar. 68 

2 Xov. 55! 8 Aug. 61 6 Mar. 6S 

2 Xov. 55) 4Sept.6i 6 Mar. 68 

■.7 Feb. 57)20 Sept. 61 6 Mar. 

6 June 5621 Oct. 61 6 Mar. 

i2 May 57 26 Xov. 61 6 Mar. 68 
!7 May 56,13 Dec. 61 



2 Xov. 55 2 Xov. 63 
6 June 56)21 Dec. 61 



6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 



Generals. 



CORNET, | 
sndLIBUT. LIl'.UT. CIPTA.IN. | MAJOR. ' 

Or KXSIGX. 



unsay, r.eriL'-al S. C 

lemy l'riteha'nl, Madras S. C 

lalpl'i Budd 166 

lenry Bingham '« 

fenry Hamilton, 168 CB 

I'll >'iia- A-J -■ ." ' ' /-' 

Bchael K.Kennedy, Royal Engineers ... 

3olinC.M.-|n ere. '"" ell. 

tones Maurice Primrose, 171 CSI. Com- \ 

7 it Uri'iadr at Aldi ■rsh'it i 

Trcd. llol.eit Klnngton, 172 CB 

feorge Warren Walker, R. Engineers ... 

fcarles L. Nugent 1 ' 3 

'ohn Henry Lei'roy, Cli. Royal Artillery . 

•erei Archer-lSutier. 171 CB 

BawfordT. Chamberlain, CSJ.Bengal S.C, 

lobert Onesiphorus Bright, 1 ' 5 CB 

•"o i. Iwar LV n agton Bell«*CB. } 

Commanding Belfast UMrict $ 

I William Sankey, 177 CB 

Odnnnid Wodehouse 

^owler liurton, 178 CB 

Km. Gordon, 1 " OS 

. ■ .. Harry Smith Willis, 180 CB 

John Hope Wingfield 

. r ! \ ig.Ctaa3.Lennox Fitz Roy, 1 * 03. j 

i- , n ■■ < Qui i i ) 

fan i - Daub ay, 1 "* OB 

Robert Warden, 183 CB 

Iharles Henry Morris, 184 CB 

Iharles William Thompson 185 

lichael Bruce 180 .. 

ulius Richard Glvii,'' 7 CB 

'iLWVillian, < ). |.ii.-;-t -. < II. R. Artillery 

Lrthur Seudamore, 188 CB 

Br John Miller Adye.itCB. H. Artillery 
lobert w. M'Le id Fra ler 189 

Vm. G. Suther. CJl. I: e. a! Ma tines 

Edward Price, '/■'. Royal Artillery 

rt'ii. U iii I'. l:iie_'liaiii. |,, "<\B 

fames Conollv, 1 '" CB. Military Attache at > 

Pari* •" J 

iharles Panshawe, Royal Engineers 

lenry Ham ■•■"... Maxwell. III. Royal Art 

K U a h "w '7; 

Step ■ ' i I ' - s. C. .. 



A kjo 1 1 tllard, CB. R. Km 
a ... lin.CB.R.] 
. . i. ox 19 * CB. 



iVm. Ardent i m 

Phomas Edmun 

,Vm. Jami- i, ,::a-. "■ CB 

rames William Domville, R. Artillery 

Saw. Westhv Donovan 196 

lenry P.n.le Hepburn, 19 ? CB 

liohard Mor i lej Bi t 198 

lichard E no ■ 

Jichard King Clavell, R. Marines 

A'illiam David Aitken, Royal Artillery .. 
iVm. .1. Chant herlayne 

rami's io. 'J'atin ttt Nicolls, K. Engineers .. 

iavitl Ainlei'son |,J ' J 

'red. Green Wilkinson-'"' 

Nm. P. Radcliffe, 58 CB. Commandt. .(■ , 

I)isprctt»- (Iru . ii f Musketry ) 

Heynell Geo. Taylor, CBA SI. Bengal S.C 



5 June 30 23 Aug. 34 5 May 41 1 10 Sept. . 

8 Jan. 26 5 Apr. 27 25 July 38' 11 Nov. . 
10 Mar. 25 16 Mar. 26 1 June 41 20 June 
30 Apr. 27 28 Sept. 32 25 July 41' 19 Oct. . 
13 Aug. 29 29 Nov. 33 29 Apr. 42 19 Apr. 

7 [i Jan. 19 16 Dec. 45 28 May 
1 June 41 13 Nov. 46 1 Aug. 54 

9 Apr. 25 17 July 28 2S Apr. 37 19 June 

6 Jan. 37! 7 May 41 11 Apr. 48 9 Feb. 

7 June 39 23 Nov. 41 22 May 4612 Dec. 
9 Dec. 4210 Dee. 47 23 Jan. 56 

IS 4 Feb. 38 to Nov. 41 18 July 

19 Dec. 34 10 Jan. 37 30 Nov. 45 

< 1 Mar. 39 2 May 42 4 Apr. 45 12 Dec. 
112 Dec. 37,26 Mar. 40 1 May 52 2 May 

9 June 43; 2 Apr. 47 23 Jan. 52 15 Sept. 
lis Apr. 4217 Nov. 43 18 Dec. 4S 12 Dec. 

10 Apr. 44 8 Aug. 45 27 Apr. 49 12 Dec. 
24 Mar 3715 Jan. 41 28 Apr. 46 8 Aug. 
30 Aug. 31 15 Apr. 42 14 June 50 _• Nov. 

20 July ; i Apr. 40 . Peb. 49 17 July 
23 Apr. 41 30 Aug. 44 27 Dee. 50 12 Dec. 
17 May 31 4, 11 '''. 13 ; J»n- 39 " Nov. 

7 May 39 27 Aug- 41 30 July 47 

4 July 45 28 Apr. 46 

. .2 Oct. 41; 4 Apr. 45 6 Aug. 47 1 12 Dec. 

1 Jan. 42 29 Nov. 42 t 

126 Feb. 36 17 Jan. 40 1 Dec. 40 9 Nov. 
. .. 15 Dec. 4030 Dec. 45 

16 July 41 13 Oct. 43 9 June 48 12 Dec. 
. 11 June jg 17 A 1/. 41 | Mar. 53 1 , Jan. 
. 2 , May 35 [8 !'• 1 

13 Dec. 361 7 July 39 29 July 46 22 Sept. 

1 Aug. 37 11 Mar 41 16 Aug. 49 1 

. 
Sept. i' 1 iDe •- 

17 June 36 1 28 Nov. 37 14 Mar. 4 

19 Dec. 34 23 Feb. 37 1 Apr. 46 2 Aug. 
io.lunc4-' ;July 45 to June 57 27 June 
4 Sept. 35I24 Mar. 38 30 May 4 
6 May 25 11 .la in Nov. 

1 20 June 30 1 10 Oct. 34 3 June 41 20 June 
i 8 Dec. 4 k.ug.58 28 Aug. 

10 Dec. 41 1 1 1 1 Mat-. 



27 June 57 
15 Sept. 57 

27 Jan. 57 =7 
19 June 57 2 

9 J»iy 57 6 

24 July 57 10 
18 Feb. 61 18 
5 Sept. 57I 7 



Jan. 62 
Jan. 62 
Jan. 62 
Feb. 62 

Feb. 62 

Feb. 66 

Mar. 62 



Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 6S 
6 Mar. 6S 
6 Mar. 63 
6 Mar. 68 
6 Mar. 68 



-" -"■•" ■ 3/ ' 

26 Dec. 56 29 
30 Sept.61130 
26 Nov. 57" 
24 Sept. 55 24 
6 June 56 14 
19 Jan. 58 
26 Dec. 56 



54 26 Dec. 56 



26 Jan. 38 
9 Nov. 38 
19 Dec. 34 

[1 ■ Jan. 41 



> Apr. 
! June 



24 June 42 31 July 46 17 Aug. 
• Nov. 42 1 j July 50 29 July 

46 

14 Juno 42 22 Dec. 48 17 July 

10 Peb. 41 a Oct. 46 

i'. Jan. is 7 June 39 11 Nov. 
Apr. 34 1 9 Mur. 42.20 Juno 



2 Nov. 55 
i2 Dec. 57 
26 Dec. 56 '> 
6 June 56 25 
6 June 56! 26 

19 Feb. 5 8|28 

14 July 54 

2 Nov. 55 " 
2 Nov. 5- 15 
2 Nov. 55 17 
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12 War Services of tlie General Officers. 

1 Sir Duncan M'Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, including the skirmishes at St. Euphe-| 
mte. battle of Maida, attack on Scylla Castle, and capture of Catrone. Campaign of 1807 in Egypt, including the] 
attacks in the I tesert, and siege of Rosetta. Campaign in Holland in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Terl 
Vere and Fluahii g. Campaigns in the Peninsula during part of 1813 and 14. Capture of Corsica in May if- ' 
Wounded through the right shoulder by a musket-shot at the battle of Maida (War .Me lal with one 1 [asp . 

J General Crokat served in Sicily in 1S07; in Portugal in 1S0S, under Sir Arthur Weileslcv: in Spain and at. 
Corunna under Sir John Moore; on theWalcheren expedition in 1809; suhsequentlv in the Benin.- uln. lie had charge 
of Napoleon at St, Helena when he died, and he brought home the despatches of 'his death. Served afterwards in 
the East indies. He has received the War Medal with four Clasos for Vimiera, Corunua, Vu; >iia, and Pyrenees 
(severely wounded). 

♦General Whichcote joined the 52nd as a volunteer in December 1S10, and served with it in the Fenmsula, 
France, and Flanders, and was present in the action.- of Sabugal, El Bodon, and AU'avates. siege and storm of 
Ciudad Itodrigo, and of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battleof Vittoiria, action at Vera, battles 
of the Pyrenees, Xivelle, the Nile, Urthes, Tarbes, Toulouse, and Waterloo (War Medal with aine Clasps). 
_ General Butler served the campaign of 1815 with the 3rd Battalion of the Grenadier Guards and was present 
in the battles of Quatre Bras :l nd Waterloo (carried the Colours), storming of Peronne, and capture of Paris. 

» Lord Albemarle served the Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot. 

' Lieut.General Bainbrigge served with the 20th in the Peninsula in 1S0S and 9, and again in 1812 and i3»» 
and was present at the battles of Vimiera, Corunna, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees (where he was twice wounded and 
lost an arm), for which he has received the War Medal with four Clasps.' Served also in the Waleheren expedition. 
Lieut.General Dining served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subsequently from the latter 
part of 1S12 to the end of that war in 1S14, including the b.ittles of Corunna, Vittoria, Pyrenees," the Xivelle, the- 
Xive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with seven Clasp.-. 

10 Lieut.General Spencer Perceval sailed with the Brigade of Guards lor Canada in April 1838 after the outbreak 
of disturbances in that country, returning in December 1841 on promotion. Served with the Coldstream Guards 
rn the Crimean campaign from 8th April J855, including the siege and fall of Sevastopol (Me lal with Clasp, and: 
Turkish Medal). 

n Lieut.General T. C. Smith, prior to entering the Army, roved for a short period in the Navy, and was three' 
times wounded. He served in the Peninsula from June 1813 To the end of that war in 1814. and was present at tho 
affair of Ordal. He served also the campaign of 1S15, and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 
_ I2 Lieut.General Doheity served with the 14th Light Dragoons throughout the Puniauh campaign of 1S48-49, 
including the action of Ramnuggur. passage of the Chenab. battles of 1 Ihillianwallah and Go , ,-:-':t, pursuit of the 
enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Aflghans over the Indus through the Khyber Pa-. 1 :;<-.:,: „.m two Clasps). 
At Ramnuggur he brought the charging squadrons, under I 'ol. Havelock, who 'was kil'e 1. :.. .■■ , - the nullah and out 
of the enemy's entrenchments; and at Goojerat he commanded a bodv ot'H.M. Dragoon- ana Native Light Cavalry. 

"Lieut.General Errington served with the 51st Light Infantry during the war in Burn ih :V >:n April to. Dec. 
1852; was on board the E.I.C. steam-sloop Sesostrti during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stock- 
ades on the Rangoon River; served during the succeeding tlrree days' operations in the v c nit;.', and commanded 
the Regiment at the storm and capture of Rangoon ; he also cc mmanded the troops engaged »t the assault and cap- 
ture of Bassem, 19th May (wounded), and received the especial approbation of the Governor General in Council foi 
his services upon this occasion (Medal with Clasp for Pegu, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). 

45 Lieut. General C. A. Edwards served with the iSth Rival Irish throughout the war in China (Medal), and was 
present it the attack upon Canton, the taking of Amoy, Chapoo.Woosung, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo, and at the 
concluding operations before Xankin ; was employed 'on the Staff during the war, and afterwards appointed by Lord 
Gough Assistant Quarter Master General to the Force in China. He served also with the iSth in the Burmese war 
from July 1852 to the conclusion ; was at the taking of Prome, and employed on a detached command for six months, 
when the provinces of Padoung and Kanghein were cleared of the enemy, after several skirmishes and severe marches 
by the Detachments under his command. In January 1S53 he led a party on special service from Prome to Arracan, 
for which service the Government of India and Genera) Godwin recorded their approbation Me. lal with Clasp for 
Pegu, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served in the Crimea from the 30th Dec. 1854. including tne siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, CB., Brevet of Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). Commanded the Brigade at Mhow, at the termination of the mutiny in 185S-59, and received 
the thanks of the Governor General in Council for the promptness of measures whereby the rebels under Tantia 
Topee were prevented entering Kandeish. 

*7 Lieut. General W. M. Wood served in the Crimea with the Coldstream Guards from the 18th Oct. 1854 to the 5th 
May 1855, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three" Clasps, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

48 Lieut. General Henry Smyth commanded the 68th Light Infantry throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (horse killed), siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

49 Lord Mark Kerr commanded the 13th Light Infantry in the Crimea from the 30th June 1855, and was at the 
battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medji- 
die). Commanded the Regiment from 3rd Oct. 1857 in suppression of the Indian mutiny; commanded the field 
force at the relief of Azimghur on 6th April 1858 (CB.), and the Regt. in the escort of a large convoy of stores and 
ammunition into the garrison on 9th April and subsequent pursuit of Koer Sing's army on 14th April ; commanded 
the field force despatched for the dispersion of rebels, and in the attack on and retreat from the Fort of Jugdespore 
(wounded) ; commanded the Regt. in the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the action at Toolsepore (Medal). 

50 Sir Henry Percivalde Bathe served with the Scots Fusilier Guards in the Crimean campaign from 17th Xov. 1854, 
and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

51 Lieut. General Waddy was present with the 50th Regt. at the battle of Punniar (Bronze Stan. Served the 
Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in command of the 50th, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman. and siege of 
Sebastopol. Mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches for distinguished conduct in command of the Trenches when 
the enemy made a sortie in force — wounded in the Trenches, 13th Oct. 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB.. Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). Landed in Xew Zealand in 
command of the 50th Regt. in Xov. 1863 and served in the campaigns of 1864-^65 ; was Colonel on the Staff until 
January 1863. and Brigadier General from that period until 31st March 1866; commanded the force in front of Pater- 
angi Pah, which had a sharp skirmish with the rebels at Waiari in Feb. 1864 ; also commanded the held force under 
Sir Duncan Cameron in the action at Xukamaree on 25th Jan. 1865 (Medal). 

12 Colonel Radcliffe served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with tn e 20th Regt. including the buttles of Alma (as 

Aide de Camp to acting Brigadier General Horn), Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebnst 1, ami affair of tho 

18th June (Medal with Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served 
in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Snltanpore, and at 
the siege and capture of Lucknow — wounded (sabre-cut in right hand; and twice mentioned in despatches (Medal 
with Clasp, and CB. 

53 Sir Edmund Haytbornc embarked with the 98th Regt. for service in China in Dec. 1S41, and was present with 
the expedition to the north of China in 1842, including the operations in the Yangtsekeang, tin- attack and capture 
of Chin Kiang Foo, and the operations before Nankin (Medal). Served as Brigade Major to the 1 'husan Field Force 
under Br. General Campbell from July 1843 until the Island was given up to the Chinese authorit es. He served as 
Aide de Camp to Sir Colin Campbell, commanding 3rd Division of the Army in the I'unjaub campaign of 1S48-49, and 
was present at the passage of the Chenab, and at the battles of Badoolapore, Chilliainvallali (mentioned in des- 
patches) and Goojerat (mentioned), and in the pursuit of the Affghans to the Khyber ['ass (Medal with two Clasps, 
and Brevet of Major). Jn 1850 as Major commanding Hank companies of the gSth liegt. was present at the forcing 
of the Kohat Pass under Sir Charles Napier; during tins service he commanded B detached column which success- 
fully covered the destruction of two villages and towers (Medal with Clasp). In 1851, as Aide de Camp to Sir Colin 
Campbell, he was present at the operations against the Momuiid Tribe at Michnee, N.W. frontier, and in the affairs 
of the 7th 8th and 9U1 November. Proceeded to the Crimea with drafts and assumed command of the 1st Batt. 



War Services of the General Officers. 13 

Royal Regt. 4th August 1855, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol. Served as Assistant Adjutant 
General of the Highland Division until the evacuation of the Crimea (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie 
and Turkish Medal). In 1859, when in command of the Garrison of Hong Kong, he was nominated Chief of the 
Staff of the Army formed at that place for service in the north of China, and had the sole responsibility of the 
organization of this force until the arrival of Lt. General Sir Hope Grant (services honourably mentioned by Lord Her- 
bert, Secretary of State for War, when proposing a vote of thanks to the troops in the House of Lords). 

54 Major General Norcott served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ; held the independent command of a Win"- of 
the 2nd Batt. Rifle Brigade at the battle of the Alma— horse killed— (markedly named in the first despatch), as also 
before Sebastopol on its first bombardment. From 1st February 1855 he commanded the 1st Battalion engaged hi 
the siege operations (Medal with two Clasps, Brevets of Lt. Colonel and Colonel, Aide de Camp to the Queen" CB 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

55 Major General Lysons served in Canada during the rebelUon in 1838-39, including the actions of St. Denis 
(mentioned in despatches) and St. Eustache. Was mentioned in despatches and general orders on the occasion 
of the wreck of the transport Premier on 4 th November 1843 ; promoted in consequence. Served the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55; "'as present at the battles of Alma (mentioned in despatches) and Inkerman, the minor affairs 
of Bulganac, M'Kenzie's Farm, capture of Balaklava, and throughout the whole siege of Sebastopol ; led the 
main Column of attack on the Redan by the Light Division on the 18th June, and commanded a Brigade in'the latter 
part of the action (slightly wounded, mentioned in despatches); was engaged in the final assault of the lledanon the 
8th September (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches); commanded the 2nd Brigade Light Division from 
October 1855 to the end of the war (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

56 Lord Longford served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, ;l - Assistant Adjutant General, up to the 24th June 1855 
after which as Adjutant General, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Commander 2nd Class St. Maurice and St 
Lazarus, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" Prince Edward of Saxc Weimar served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Grenadier Guards, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Soba-topol (wounded in the leg 111 the Trenches, 19th Oct 
and mentioned in despatches (Aide de Can,], to the (j\i, en and Colonel, CB., Medal with four Clasps. Officer of the* 
Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

68 Sir John Douglas served the Eastern campaign of 1854 55, in command of the 79th Highlanders, including tho 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, assault of the 18th June and expedition to Kerteh and Veuikuli 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 4th Class of the Medjidie. ., n 1 Turkish Medal). 
Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-59; commanded the Infantry in the action of Secundra; commanded a 
Brigade during the siege of Lucknow, taking the Residency, Iron Bridge, Great LmaiimhaiTu. and several other 
important positions ; afterwards commanded the Infantry of the Azimghur Field Force, an 1 present in the action at 
Tigra, taking of Azimghur, detached in pursuit of Koer Sing, actions at A/. im gin ir, Munnenr. Sheoporcghat, and 
various operations in and around .lugde.-pore and the Jungles, and pursuit to Bu\ar. On [5th June 1858 appointed 

to command the troops in the Azimghur and Jounpore districts, and on 25th June to the C land of the disturbed 

districts of Behar, Dinupore, Ghazepore, and Shnhabad, and constantly engaged luring the 

hot and wet seasons ; took the field alter the rain-, defeated the rebels at Karisath and drove them into the jungle, 
took Jugdesporc, pursued and drove the rebels into the ECymore Mills, killing 1,200; campaign in the Kymore Hills 
and successful night attack at Sulya Duhar. On 15th Jan. 1S59 appointed to command the troops in I'alamow and 
Chota Nagpore, engaged in pursuing the rebels in I'alamow 1 frequently mentioned in de-pat ches, and thanked by 
the Governor General of India, Brevet of Colonel, KCB., Medal with ( 'laspi. 

s9 Sir Charles Daubeney served with tho 55th Etegt. in the Coorg campaign, Bast Indie-, in [834, and was pre- 
sent at the assault and capture of the stockade of Ki-senhully, and at 1 he attack on the >t ickmie of Soamwarpettah, 
where he had charge of one of tho two guns attached to the Column, which by In- ! , .ertions he 

saved from capture during the retreat ; lerved during the Chinese war of 1841 42, commanded the Eight Company at 
the repulse of the enemy's night-attack at Chinhae, and at the storm and capture of t'hapo he Staff as 

Major of Brigade to Sir .lame- Schoeddeat Woosuiig, Shanghai, and I 'bin Kiang Poo twice men! Oned in despatches 
(Medal, Brevet Major, and (II). Served lb.' Ka-torn campai -n of 1854, including the battle- of Alma and Inkerman 

(wounded and horse shot), siege of Sebastopol, and repul-e of the sort f 26th October. Commanded tho 55th 

Regiment and siib-c M ucni i.v the 1-1 Brigade .nd Division at the battle of [nkerman. Mentioned in division orders 

and in the report of Sir De Lacy Kvans I'm- the battle of the Alma, and in the de-patche- for Inkerman. Was 
Gazetted to a Substantive Lieutenant Colonelcy for Inkerman OH lath Dec. 1854, lnit declined accepting a pro- 
motion which would have removed him from the seat of war and placed him on half pay w bilst his Regiment was 
serving in the field. Reward for distinguished services, 1 3 ^5 : Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the" Legion of 
Honor, Turkish Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, I KCI1. in 1871. 

c " Lord Howe served as Aide de ( 'amp to Sir George 1 at heart in the Kaffir war in 185a 5? (Medal), for which ser- 
vice he was promoted to the Brevet rank of Major, Sen ed at the Siege of Delhi in 1057, as Acting Quarter Master 
General of tho Queen's Troops (Colonel, CB., Medal with 1 

a Major General Alexander Maxwell served in the Crimea from 8 Nov. 1854, and commanded tho 46th Regiment 
at the siege and fall of SebaBtopol (Medal with Clasp, ('/!., Knight of tho Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

m Major General Barren served the Eastern campaign of 1854 55 with the 47t.l1 Regiment present uninterruptedly 
with the expeditionary force from the commencement of the wax With Russia to the breaking up of the Army 111 tho 
Crimea at tho conclusion of peace, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, sortie on 26th 
October, siege and fall of Sebastopol. Commandedthe 47th Regiment at the battle of Inkerman. and uninterruptedly 
during tho siege of Sebastopol (the Trenches) from 5th Nov. 1854 to 8th Nov. 1855, including the attacks of the 18th 
Juno and 8th September ; at Inkerman he was the Senior Oificer of the 2nd Brigade jnd Division coming out of 
action — mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, ami 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

66 Major General Grant served with the 49th Re gt. throughout the operations in China (Medal), commencing with 
the first taking of Chusan, and terminating with the demonstration before Nankin, including the storm and capture 
of the heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capturo of the 
heights of Chinhae, occupation of Ningpo, and repulse of the night attack attack and capture of the enemy's en- 
trenched camp 011 the heights of Segoan, attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo (wounded). 
Served throughout tho Eastern campaign of 18545s (in command of the 49th from the battle of Inkerman), includ- 
ing the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie on 26th Oct., and assaults of the Redan 
on the 18th June and 8th Sept. ; commanded the working party, 600 strong, from the Light and 2nd Divisions that 
had to turn the enemy's work after the Quarries were carried, and was engaged during tho night in working and re- 
pelling the throe attempts made by the Russians to retake the position (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4 th Class of tho Medjidie). 

68 Major General Hill commanded the 2nd Batt. Rifle Brigade in the Crimea, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, 
from 14th Oct. 1855 until the end of the Russian war in 1856. Also commanded the Battalion throughout tho whole of 
its services in the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the capture of Lucknow and numerous affairs during 
the Oude and Trans Gogra campaigns, including the affairs of Baree and Sirsee, and capture of the Fort of Majidia! 
Commanded the Force at the affair of Hyderghur, and held a detached command which captured 15 guns at Sitka 
Ghat. Was frequently mentioned in despatches, and especially in Sir Hope Grant's of the action of Nawabgunge for 
Tepulsing tho enemy's rear attack ; also in Lord Clyde's of the operations on tho Raptee on the 31st December 1S58 
{CB., Medal with Clasp). 

69 Sir Edward Harris Greathed served with the SthRegt.at thesiegeof Delhiin 1857(0] command from 30th June to 
the endof the siege), present at the repulse of sorties on the 9th 14th and 18th July, and commanded the 3rd Brigade 
■during the repulse of the enemy's attack on 23rd July ; commanded the Column sent to occupy the Khoodsiabagh 
and Ludlow Castle on 7th Sept., by which operation the batteries were advanced to within 1S0 yards of the walls ; led 
theRegt. to the assault and served with it in the city ; on the 24th Sept. left Delhi in command of a Movable Column 
and defeated the enemy at Bolundshur, Allyghur, and A gra ; comma nded tho 3rd Brigade of the Army under Lord Clyde 
from 10th Nov. 1857 to 9th Jan. 185S and present at the action of Dilkoosha in Lucknow during the operations resulting 
in the relief of the garrison ; commanded advanced pickets at Cawnpore from 30th Nov. to 7th Dec, including the 



14 War Services of the General Officers. 

affair of the second action of the 6th Dec, also present in the action of Khudagunj and occupation of Futtehgurh 
(CB., Medal with two Clasps, and promoted Colonel for distinguished service in the field). 

70 Sir John Jones served the campaign of 1857-5S against the mutineers in India ; commanded the 1st Batt. 60th 
Rifles at the actions on the Hindun of 30th and 31st May, battle of Budlee ke Serai and forcing the Heights before 
Delhi on 8th June, throughout the siege operations before Delhi, action of the 19th June, attack on the SubzeeMundi 
on 1 8th July (commanded Column of attack) . and covering the assaulting Columns at the storming of the city on the 
14th September. Commanded the attacking Column within the city from 15th to 20th Sept., forced through the 
city, blew open the gates and took possession of the Palace on 20th Sept. 1857. Commanded as Brigadier General 
the Roorkee Field Force throughout the operations in Rohilcund from 17th April to 20th June 1858, including the 
actions of Bugawalla and Nugena, relief of Moradabad, action on the Dojura, assault and capture of Bareilly, 
attack and bombardment of Shahjehanpore defeat of the rebels and relief of the garrison, capture of the Fort of 
Bunnai, pursuit of the enemy to the left bank of the Goomtee, and destruction of the Fort of Mahomdee, commanded 
the Battalion at the action of Pusgaon. Received the thanks of General Wilson, of Lord Clyde, and of the Governor 
General in Council (CB., Colonel for distinguished service in the field, Good Service Pension, KCB., and Medal with 
Clasp). 

72 Major General Bentinck served with the 7th Dragoon Guards m the Kaffir war in 1847 (Medal). 

73 Sir Richard Denis Kelly served with the 34th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1S55 ; commanded the Guard 
in the Trenches on the 22nd March, when he was wounded and taken prisoner in a sortie of the Russians (Medal with 
Clasp, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in the' Indian campaigns of 1857-59 ; commanded the 34th Regt. in the actions at Cawnpore on 26th, 27th (wounded), 
and 28th Nov 1857, capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lueknow, and relief of Azimghur : commanded 
the Azimghur Column in the operations in Oude in the winter of 1S58-59 ; commanded a Field Force from Feb. to 
May 1859^ engaged in the operations on the Nepaul Frontier, and defeated the repels under Bala Rao near Bootwul 
(horsesh'o't), capturing six guns and much baggage (thanked by the Governor General and the Commander in Chief, 
frequently mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, KCB., and distinguished service pension). 

71 Maior General Stuart served in the 1st Battalion 21st Fusiliers in the Crimean War of 1854 and latter part of 1S55, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, sicte and fall of Sebastopol— succeeded to the command of 
the Regiment at the battle of Inkerman (twice mentioned iD despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with four 
Claspsfsth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

75 Major General the Hon. Robert Rollo was one of two officers sent from Malta on a special mission to Tripoli in 1846, 
and received the thanks of the Secretaries for Foreign Affairs and Colonies, conveyed through the Comrc ander in Chief, 
for his services upon that occasion. He embarked with the 42nd Highlanders for the East, and served with the Regt, 
in the campaign of 1854-55 j was Brigade Major from the battle of Balaklava and throughout the winter until he took 
command of his Eegt. ; commanded it upon the expedition to Kertch and surrender of Yenikali, and afterwards at 
the sieo-e "of Sebasp.pol'aud assault on the outworks on the 1 8th June (Medal with Clasps, Brevet Lt. Colonel, Knight 
of the "Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medji die, and Turkish Medal) . Served as Assistant Adjutant General in 
Canada at the head of that Department from Nov. 1855 to Jan. i860, and from the latter date as Military Secretary 
to Lieut. General Sir Fenwick Williams till that officer's retirement from the com m and in British North America in 
June 1865. 

76 Major General Warre, while employed on the Staff in Canada in 1845-46, examined and reported upon the river 
communications (2. 300 miles) between Montreal and Red River Settlement, with a viewto the transport of troops ; also 
in surveying and reporting upon the various settlements in the Oregon Territory and on various Islands on the 
coast of the'Pacific. Served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebasto- 
pol- after Colonel Shadforth was killed he commanded the 57th Regt., and was present at the assaidts of the 
Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept. ; also at the bombardment and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, CB., 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 57th on the line of posts on the Taptee River in co- 
operation with the Central India Field Force in 185S. Also in the war of 1861 in New Zealand, and at the assault on 
the rebel Maori positions on the Kaitikara River on the 4th June 1863. Afterwards, as Colonel on the Staff, com- 
manded the Troops in the province of Taranaki— under martial law— during the whole of the operations on the West 
Coast in 1S63-66, was present and in command of the Troops in the action at Pcutoko 2nd Oct. 1863, at the 
assaults and capture of the rebel Maori strongholds at Ahuahu and Kaitake in March 1S64, and Mataitawa and To 
Arei in Oct. 1864. also the occupation of Opunaki and subsequent operations at Warea and Te Puru, and in com- 
mand of the Field Force which was ordered to meet the troops from the South, opened the coast line of 150 miles from 
Taranaki to Wanganui. Was specially mentioned in Sir Duncan Cameron's despatches for his conduct during the 
war and received the pension for distinguished conduct for his services in New Zealand (Medal). 

77 'Major General Goodwyn served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 41st Regiment, including the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on 26th October, affair on the 18th June 
(wounded), and assault of the Redan on Sth September (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). , Ja . , ,. 

79 Major General Hevland served with the 05th Regt. m the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of 
Alma (severely wounded— arm amputated) , siege and fall of Sel >astopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
CB , Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 4 th Class of the Medjidie). 

8 ° Major General G. V. Maxwell served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 with the SSth Regiment, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman. siege and fall of Sebastopol. attack of the Quarries on the 7th June (mentioned in 
despatches) • commanded the 88th at the attacks of the Redan on the iSth June and Sth September— severely 
•wounded (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals and 4 th Class of the Medjidie). Served also in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1S57-58, including 
operations at Cawnpore on 3rd 5th and 6th December 1857, affair at Bhognapore, siege ot Lueknow in March 185S, 
and siege of <'al].ee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). 

81 Major General E. S. Smyth served as Brigade Major to the Forces m the Southern < oncan and Sawant Warree 
conn try during the campaign of 1844 and 45, and was present at the attack and capture of several strong stockades as 
well as" in the operations before the mountain forts of Monohur, and at their final assault ; also at the forcing of the 
Kirwattee Pass, and subsequent occupation of the country below the Ghats. Served also in the Kaffir war of 1851-52 
(Medal) and mentioned in General orders for conduct in command of a Column in action in the Fish River Bush 
(Brevet' of Major); with the expedition north of the Orange River in 1852-53, afterwards as Deputy Assistant 
Quarter Master' General of the 2nd Division ; and subsequently as D. Adj. General and D. Q. M. General to the forces 
in South Africa from January 1854 to July i860. While commanding the troops in Mauritius, he was twice sworn 
in and acted as Governor in 18*70 and 1871. 

M Major General Jeffreys served with the 88th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1S54, and was present at the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman (wounded— at the latter he commanded the Regt.) and the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

»■'« Major General the Hon. Francis Colborne served in I anada m suppression oi the rebellion 111 iS 38-39 and was 
rireseiit in the action r,f St. Eustaehe. Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, as Assistant .Quarter Master 
General to the -rd Division, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with four < Hasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Sar- 

84 Major General tie- Hon. St. George Foley served in the Eastern campaign in 1854-56, as Assistant Commissioner I 
at the Head Quarters of the French Army, and was present at the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and j 
Tchemavi the sice and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with tour Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Officer of the Legion 
Of Honor It h ( 'la-s of the .Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Served as Military Secretary to the expeditionary force 
in China from March 1857 to Feb. i860; was present at the capture of Canto,, ua. Deo. 1857 (Brevet of Colonel), and 
other affairs i„ the neighbourhood. Served throughout the campaign as British ( ommissioner at the Head Quar- 
ters of the French Army in China from Feb. i860 to March 1861 ; was present at tho storming and capture of the 
Taku Forts, the actions of the 18th and 21st Sept. (mentioned in French de.patcl.csi, and subsequent advance on 
Pekin (good service pension, Commander of the Legion of Honor. Medal With three Clasps). 

.:, aeral BbnMret served with Bheoth Regt. the campaign of ^ataAffghaais ten, including the forcing 
of the Khvber Pass, capture of Mamokail, affair of Piquets in the 1 ezeen ^k alley (mentioned in despatches as having 



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distinguished himself in a charge on the enemy) ; forcing the Tezeen and Hoftkuttul Passes, and capture of Istalifl 
—mentioned in despatches as having captured a gun, and turned it with effect against the enemy (Medal). Also 
served in the Crimea from 8th June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol and assault of the Cemetery on 
18th June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

8 ? Major General Taylor served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (save the interval between 9th Feb. anil 15th 
June 1855) with the 79th Highlanders, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and full siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 79th Highlanders from 
Feb. to 16th Nov. 1858 in the Indian campaign, including the siege and capture of Luckuow, and commanded a 
Brigade in Oudc from Nov. 1858 to Jan. 1859 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Brevet of Colonel. Medal with Clasp). 

88 Major General Hon. A. E. Hardinge served as Aide de Camp to LordHardinge throughout the campaign on the- 
Sntloj in 1845-46, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah (horse shot), and Sobraon (Medal and two 
Clasps). Served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, first as D.A.Q.M. General to the 1st Division, and at Head 
Quarters, and from the spring of 1855 as Assist. Qr. Master General at Head Quarters, including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, CB., Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie ; promoted to 2nd Class of the Medjidie in 1876). 

89 Major General Tinley served with the 39th Regt. the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg m 1834. He was also 
present in the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze .Star), and was severely wounded. Served in the Crimean 
campaign from the 10th January 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol; commanded the 39th Regt. in the- 
attack on the 18th June ; and commanded the Trench Guard, left attack, where a strong sortie of 2,000 Russians was 
made against the chevaux de frise, Woronzoff Road, on the night of the 2nd Aug., and which was successfully re- 
pulsed ; also present at the attack on the 8th September, and Commanded and brought out of the Crimea the^39th 
Regiment at the termination of the war (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

90 Major General Somerset served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal). Also the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava. and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
four ( Hasps", Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

91 Major General A. C. Goodenough served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55, and commanded the 34th Regiment 
at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

92 Major General MacDougall was employed on particular service in the Crimea, acting on the Quarter Master 
General's Staff to the Kertch expedition (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). Major General 
MacDougall is the author of the following important anil valuable military works, "Modern Warfare as influenced 
by Modern Artillery," " The Theory of War," and "The Campaigns of Hannibal." 

93 Major General Macdonell served with the Ritle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). Also throughout 
the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to Sir George Brown, and present at the affair of Bulganac, capture 
of Balaklava, and battles of Alma and Inkerman j commanded the 2nd Battalion from May 1855 to the fall of Sebas- 
topol, including the defence of the Quarries on 7th June, and assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept. 
(Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, (It., Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the 3rd "Battalion during the Indian mutiny, includ- 
ing the skirmish at Secundra, siege and capture of Luckuow, and subsequent operations (Brevet of Colons 1, Medal 
with Clasp). 

94 Major General Raines served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma 
(where he carried the Queen's Color as a Captain), Inkerman, and Tehernaya, and repulse of the sortie of the 26th 
October 1854; served as an Assistant Engineer throughout the siege and fall of Sebastopol (severely wounded in 
the Trenches during the bombardment of the 17th Oct.), and present in the Trenches at the attack of' the Redan on 
the 18th June (Medal with three Clasps, mentioned in despatches :n "having served with i'.eal and distinction from 
the opening of the campaign," Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, ami 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served throughout the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-59, commanded the Troops at the assault and capture of 
Rowa on 6th January 1858 (received the high commendation of the Governor and the Commander in Chief of 
Bombay in Council for " gallantry displayed and ably conducting these operations ") ; commanded the Left Wing 
95th Regiment at the siege and capture of Awah on 24th January ; commanded the 95th at the siege and capture of 
Kotah, and commanded the 3rd assaulting Culm >n iie capture of ( 'lmndaree 26th Kay j com- 
manded the Infantry of Brigadier Smith's Column at the bat .tie of lvota l<c Serai 1 1 . .1 in despatches 
by Sir Hugh Rose for "good service and assisting to take and hold the position of Kota-ka-Sena") before Gwalior 
on 17th Juno; and in the general action, storm and capture of the oity and fortress of Gwalior on 19th June 
(wounded by a musket-ball in the left arm, specially mentioned by Sir Hugh Rose for " gallantry and taking by 
assault two 18-pounders " and for " good service in turning the guns" captured on the enemy ") : present at the siege 
and capture of Pouree on 24th August 1858 ; and the surp- .m-l .1 ..feat of the rebels at Koondrye on the 19th 
January 1859, (in addition to the above he has been four times mentioned in despatches, and marched 3,000. 
miles in command of the 95th Regiment in Central India, Medal with Clasp, Colonel, and CB. for distinguished 
service in the field). AsBrigadierGener.il commanded the expedition from Aden into the interior of Arabia in 
1865-66, when the troops captured and destroyed many towns and tons, including Us.-ala, the 1'udthelis capital, and 
seven cannon (received the commendation of the Commander in Chief of Bombay for the efficient manner in 
which those successful operations were effected). 

95 Major General Street served in the 98th Regt. with the expedition to the north of China in 1842 (Medal) and was 
present at the attack and capture of Chin lviang Poo. and at the landing before Nankin. Embarked for the Crimea 
18th Sept. 1854 as Brigade Major 1st Brigade 4th Division : was present, at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Einbonrn (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, CB., Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

96 Major General C. Herbert commanded the 75th Regt. during the operations against Delhi and was wounded in 
the action of the Sth June and again at the assault of Delhi (CB., Medal with Clasp). 

97 Major General J. W. S. Smith commanded a Detachment of the 38th Regt. in co-operation with a Naval expedition 
under Captain Loch in the ascent, in boats, of the river St. .luau de Nicaragua, Central America, in 1848, including 
the assault and capture of the port of Serapiqui, and surrender of the Forts of Castello Viejo and St. Carlos. He also 
accompanied Captain Loch to the town of Grenada, and was present at the deliberations and conclusions of a treaty 
with the Nicaraguan Commissioners. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, capture and occupation of the Cemetery and suburbs on the 18th June, and was 
senior Officer of the 38th at the close of the war (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class 
Of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and CB.). 

99 Major General Claremont served as Assistant Commissioner at the Head Quarters of the French Army throughout 
the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 6th August 1855, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, arid Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, CB., Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). Was also employed at the Head Quarters of the French Army during the 
Italian campaign in 1859 and was present at the battles of Magenta and Solferino (Medal). Promoted to Com- 
mander of the Legion of Honor in 1869. Was present in Paris, as Military Attache., during the greater portion of the 
period of its siege and bombardment by the German Army in 1S70. 

100 Major 1 ; eneraJ Shute acted as Adjutant with the right wing of the 13th Light Dragoons inthe campaign against the 
Rajah of Kurnool, East Indies, in 1S39. Served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854-56 as Assistant 
Adjutant General of the Cavalry Division from 23rd Nov. 1854 to 2nd July 1856, when the division was finally 
broken up, including the battles of Balaklava (mentioned in Sir James Scarlett's despatch) and Inkerman, siege- 
and fall of Sebastopol, night attack on the Russian outposts on the 19th Feb. 1855, and battle of the Tehernaya 
(Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish 
Medal, and CB.). 

101 Major General J. AV. Armstrong served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (during 1854 as a Major of Brigade in the- 
2nd Division), and was present at the battles of Alma, Balaklava., and Inkerman (horse killed), and siege of Sebastopol,. 
sortie of the 26th Oct. (horse shot) ; commanded the Left Column of the storming party at the capture of the- 
Quarries — twice severely wounded, first by a grape-shot in the thigh, and afterwards by the explosion of a Fougass 



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(Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

102 Major General T. S. Conway served throughout the operations in Scinde, including the battles of Meeaneeand 
Hyderabad (Medal) ; and he commanded the Light Company (detached) at the previous defence of the Residency at 
Hyderabad. He served also the campaign in the Southern Mahratta Country, and was present at the investment 
arid capture of Panulla and Pownghur. 

103 Major General T. H. Pearson served in the nth Light Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 
1825-26, and was a volunteer for the dismounted Cavalry storming party (Medal). Served with the 16th Lancers at 
the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). Also with the 16th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, 
including the action of Buddiwal, and battles of Aliwal and Sobraon; at Aliwal he commanded the Right Wing 
of the 16th Lancers, and commanded the Regiment in the latter part of the action; commanded the Regiment at 
Sobraon and to the end of the campaign (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal and one Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
and CB.). 

105 Sir James EdwardAlexander served in the Madras Light Cavalry previous to being transferred to H.M.Dragoons. 
Was present with Armies in the field during the first Burman, the Persian, Turkish, Portuguese, and Kaffir wars ; 
and was on the personal Staff of Generals Sir Benjamin d'Urban and Sir William Rowan, and employed on Govern- 
ment expeditions, exploring ami surveying in Africa and America. Served in the Trenches at the siege of Sebas- 
topol, including the assault on the 18th June ; was present at the battle of the Tchernaya, and commanded the 14th 
Regt. at the fall of the city (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th' Class of the Medjidie). Was 
knighted by the Queen for services in Africa, and has received several decorations and War Medals, and 2nd Class 
Lion and Sun of Persia. Commanded the troops in the province of Auckland, New Zealand, for some time during 
the Maori war of 1860-61 (Medal). 

107 Major General J. B. Creagh served in the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and was engaged on the heights of Arlaban in 
Alava, on the 16th 17th and 18th January 1836, besides several other affairs. He was also employed on a particular 
■service in Canada at the outbreak of the rebellion in 1837. AVas employed during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 —with 
the Osmanli Cavalry till the retreat of the Russians from the Principalities, afterwards served on the Staff with the 
Army in the Crimea, and was present at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman. Has received a Gold Medal from 
the Sultan for his services on the Danube ; the Crimean Medal with three Clasps, and the Turkish Medal. 

109 Major General A. I. Lockhart commanded a Field Force in Central India from 2nd Aug. to 17th Sept. 1858, 
Including the action near Rajhghar. Commanded a Brigade in the Central India Field Force from 18th Sept. to 
■6th Dec. 1858, inclii'ling the actions at Mongrowlie, Sindwaho, and Korai (three times mentioned in despatches, 
Medal, Brevet of Colonel, and CB.). 

110 Major General E. B. Hale served in the N. W. Provinces and Oude in suppressing the mutiny in 1S57-59 ; com- 
manded'three Companies of the 82nd Regt. at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and succeeded to the command of 
■the 5th Brigade on Brigadier Russell being severely wounded and Colonel Biddulph killed (wounded and horse killed 
by a round-shot) ; commanded the 82nd during the latter part of the defence and at the battle of Cawnpore, and the 5th 
Brigade at the action of Khodagunge, subsequent occupation of Futtehghur ; served throughout the Rohilcund 
•campaign and was left in command of the post of Shahjehanpore on the advance of the Army under Lord Clyde to 
Bareilly (wounded); commanded the Regiment at the actions of Kankur and Bunkagaon; was appointed to the 
•command of a Brigade for field service in Oude in Oct. 1858, and held it to the end of the campaign (frequently men- 
tioned in despatches, CB., Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

111 Major General J. A. Ewart served throughout the Eastern campaign from the first landing at Gallipoli in April 
7854 until the final evacuation of the Crimea in June 1856 ; present with the 93rd Highlanders at the battle of Alma, and 
Tintil after the occupation of Balaklava; appointed a D. A. Q.M. General 26th Sept. 1854, and as such was present at the 
battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, and throughout the siege operations before Sebastopol up to 13th Feb. 1S55, when he 
Tejoined the 93rd on promotion ; accompanieclthe expedition to the Sea of Azoff, and was at the capture of Kertch and 
Yenikali; afterwards present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults on the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal 
with four Clasps, Brevet of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie) . Served in Bengal during the Indian mutiny ; was at an engagement near Bunnee, and 
afterwards at the final relief of Lucknow ; held for a short time a command consisting of three squadrons of Cavalry, 
5 guns, and 500 Infantry (specially named in despatches, and appointed a CB.) ; and on the 16th Nov. commanded 
the leading party of stormers at the assault of the Secunderbagh, on which occasion he personally captured a colour, 
received two sabre wounds in an encounter with the two native officers who were defending it ; was again (very 
severely) wounded by a cannon-shot (left arm carried away) when in action with the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore on 
the 1st Dec. 1S57 (Medal with Clasp, Aide de Camp to the Queen, and Colonel). Commanded the 93rd Highlanders 
for a short period during the siege of Sebastopol, and was Lt.Colonel of the 78th Highlanders for upwards of five 
years. 

112 Major General W. Parke served in the Crimean campaign from 13th June 1855 (in command of the 72nd Highlan- 
ders from July) , including the expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of 18th June and 8th 
Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in India in 1857-59, was appointed 1st Class Brigadier, and commanded 2nd Brigade of the Rajpootana Field 
Force from March 1858 to July 1859, including the siege and fall of Kotah, on which occasion he commanded the 
leading Column of assault; subsequently throughout the leading operations in Central India in 1858-59, and pur- 
suit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Rao Sahib, who were attacked and defeated at Oodeypore in Dec. 
1858 by the 2nd Brigade R.F. Force. (Received the thanks of the Governor General of India and of the Governor 
in Council of Bombav ; Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

113 Major General H. E. Longden served with the iothRegt. in the Sutlej campaign of i845-46,and was present at the 
'battle of Sobraon (Medal). He served also the.Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present during the whole of the 
siege operations before Mooltan, including the affair of the 9th Sept., storming the enemy's strongly-entrenched posi- 
tion before Mooltan 12th Sept. ; action of Soorjkoond, carrying the heights on 27th Dec. in command of the Regt., and 
surrender of the fortress as Field Engineer : afterwards present at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, 
and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, 
— commanded a Field Force in the Azinighur and Jounpore districts in 1857, including the capture of the Fort of 
Atrowleea; commanded an advanced guard of picked marksmen and guns of Franks' Force in its advance to Luck- 
now, including the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, and attack on the Fort of Douraha j was attached 
to the Goorkha Troops at the siege and capture of Lucknow; present at the storming of the Begum's House and 
Serai, storming of the Emaunibara and Kaiserbagh, attack on the Moolvie in Abbasoodowlah's Kunbullah— men- 
tioned in despatches ; present with a Wing of the 1 3th Light Infantry at the first relief of Azimghur ; appointed Chief 
of the Staff to Lugard's Force, and present at the passage of the Touse, second relief of Azimghur, capture of Jugdes- 
-porc, and several skirmishes in its vicinity (Medal with Clasp). 

• 115 Major General H. R. Benson commanded the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from 14th Jan. 1855, including the battle 
•of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded the Squadron of the Light Brigade in the tught attack 
•on the Russian' outposts on 19th Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59, and commanded the 2nd Cavalry Column, Malwa Division, in various 
■operations in Central India and in pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and the Rao Sahib, who were 

attacked and defeated with great loss at Zerapore on 29th Dec. 1858 by the 2nd Cavalry Column (Colonel, CB., and 

Medal). 

"•'■ Major General Airey served as Aide de Campto Major General Elphinstonc in Affghanistan in 1841-42, and was 
■present at the storming of the Khoord Cabool Pass on the 12th Oct. 1 841 under Sir Robert Sale, and had his horse shot 
-under him. He served during the insurrection at Cabool from 2nd November 1841 till January 1842; was present at the 

storming of the Hickarb Iiashce and the neighbouring forts ; also in the action on the heights on the 13th November. 

and the battle of Beymaroo on 23rd November. Delivered up as a hostage to the Affghansonthe2istDec. 1841, and 

remained a prisoner in their hands until the 17th Sept. 1842. On release joined the force proceeding to the Kohistan 
■as second in command of Khuzzilbash Horse, under Sir John M'Caskill, and was present at the storming and 
■capture of Istaliff. Was present with the Buffs in the Gwalior campaign of 1843, and in the battle of Punniar 

(Bronze Star). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Asi istant Quarter Master General of the 

Light Division; on the 14th September 1854 captured and brought into camp at Old Fort 75 Russian waggons 
Juden with forage and flour on their way to Sebastopol; present at the affair of Bulganack, battles of Alma (horse 



War Services of the General Officers. 17 

shot through the neck), Balaklava, and Inkcrman. Served as Quarter Master General of the Expedition to Kertch 
tinder Sir George Brown in May 1855, and succeeded as senior officer to the command of the English troops on the 
departure of that General to Anapa; returned to Sebastopol on the 18th June ; present the entire siege of Sevas- 
topol and the attack of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

117 Major General Bradford served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 9th Feb. 1855 with the 2nd Battalion Rifle 
Brigade, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Turkish Medal, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

118 Major General Maitland served the campaign of 1846-47 against the Kaffirs as Military Secretary to Sir Peregrine 
Maitland (Brevet of Major and Medal), and served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
General to the 4th Division, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (dangerously wounded), and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

119 Major General W. T. Layard was in the Royal Navy for nearly four years before he entered the Army, and served 
in the Burmese war, having been present at the taking of Rangoon, the capture of Syriam, and various other engage- 
ments; after which he accompanied the combined Naval and Military expedition up the Bassein river, and was 
present at the capture of Negraes and Bassein ; has received the Medal for Ava. Commanded the Troops in the 
district of Kornegalle, Ceylon, during the rebellion of 1848. 

1 20 Major General Laye served with the 58th Regiment as Captain during the New Zealand war of 1845-47, and was 
actively engaged in the assault and capture of Kawiti's Pah on the nth January 1846 (mentioned in orders) ; was 
also engaged in several minor affairs in the Southern Province. Commanded 'the Troops at Wanganui, and was 
instrumental in the capture of five Natives who had barbarously murdered and mutilated the family of a settler. 
The Chiefs of the District, who were nearly related to the culprits, assembled a war party of 700 men for their 
rescue, while the British force consisted of only 170 men, notwithstanding which Captain Laye ordered a Court 
Martial, composed of subalterns, for the trial of the murderers, and on their conviction had four of them hanged 
as soon as possible. The execution was followed by an attack upon the settlement by the war party, and which 
was repulsed with great loss. Governor Sir George Grey, in two despatches to Earl Grey, the Secretary of State 
for the Colonies, reported, — " that the firmness and decision with which Captain Laye acted had saved the country 
from serious and protracted rebellion." He received the special approbation of Her Majesty through Earl Grey 
in the following terms, — " I have it especially in command to assure you of the sense which Her Majesty entertains 
of the firmness with which Captain Laye acted upon the occasion of the attack of the Natives on the town of 
Wanganui, and of the gallant conduct of himself and the detachment under his orders on that occasion." He 
was mentioned in the Government Gazette and despatches, received the Brevet of Major, and Medal. In 1855 he 
joined the Staff in Turkey, and was appointed Assistant Military Secretary to Lord William Paulet commanding 
the Troops on the Bosphorus. 

1,1 Major General Forrest served with the 4th Dragoon Guards the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, night attack on Russian outposts 19th Fob. 1S55, and battle of Tcher- 
naya (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

123 Major General the Hon. J. W. B. Macdonald servedthe Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aido de Camp to the Duke of 
Cambridge, including the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse shot), siege of Sebastopol, 
and sortie of 26th October (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

123 Major General Baumgartner served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 28th Regt., including the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and affair on the iSth June in the Cemetery (succeeded to the 
command of the Regt.) ; was wounded in the Trenches 17th Aug. 1855 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

134 Major General G. 0. Clarke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the affair 
of M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Balaklava (sabre cut on the neck), Inkcrman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

125 Major General Fordyce served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to the 16th June 1855, with tho 47th 
Regt., including the battle's of Alma (contusion of left foot) and rnkermon, capture of Balaklava, siege of Sebas- 
topol, and sortie of 26th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

126 Major General Whimper served with the 98th Regt. on the China expedition (Medal) and was present at the 
capture of Chin KiangFoo. Served with the 55th Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma 
—severely wounded and horse killed (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 5th Class of tho Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

12 ? Major General Leith served in the 1st Bombay Fusiliers in Karack, in tho Persian Gulf, from 1838 to 1841. Punjaub 
campaign of 1848-49, present at the siege and capture of Mooltan, led the storming party at the capture of the city 
(Brevet of Major), and was dangerously wounded, losing his left arm, which was twice severed by sabre cuts from 
two of the enemy, both of whom he cut down ; ball in right shoulder (still unextracted), besides other sabre cuts on 
right arm, &c. (Medal with Clasp) ; highly complimented for his distinguished gallantry, and appointed to the Staff 
of the Army in the Adjutant General's Department. Reappointed Adjutant General of Division from 1854 to i860, 
during the mutinies, under General Sir Henrv Roberts. 

128 Major General Kelly served with the 31st Regt. in the Crimea from 22nd May to the end of June 1855, including 
the attack of the outworks of Sebastopol on the 18th of June (Modal with Clasp, 5U1 Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in tho Indian campaign of 1857-58; commanded a Wing of the 38th Regiment at the battle of 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857, and the same day commanded a Brigade in the defence of the enemy's captured camp 
repulsing two attacks and capturing three guns; commanded three Companies of the 38th with a Troop of 9th Lan- 
cers and some Punjaub Cavalry against the villages of Whera and Nuttypore; commanded the 38th Regt. when 
escorting the siege-train from Mynporo to Cawnpore, also at the storm and capture of Meeangunge, and attack of 
the Dilkoosha ; present at the taking of the Martiniere ; 2nd in Command of the Regt. at the siege and capture 
of Lucknow; commanded the Right Wing 38th Regt., with two Companies of the 84th and two of the 90th attached, 
for the capture of the Queen's Palace— nine guns of various calibre fell into his hands; commanded the 38th from 
23rd March to 9th June 1858, and was present at the affairs of Barree and Nuggur in Oude ; commanded the 3rd 
Brigade from 27th March 1858 until its reduction (slightly wounded on the head by a musket-ball on 15th March, 
repeatedly mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

129 Major General Ponsonby served in the Crimean campaign with the Grenadier Guards from the 13th August 1855 
o the end of the Russian war, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class 

of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

130 Major General Bourke served with the 17th Regiment the campaign of 1838-39 in Afghanistan aiid Beloochistan, 
including the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal) and of Khelat, and various skirmishes. Served also in the 
Crimea at the siege of Sebastopol in command of the Regiment from Dec. 1854 to Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 
Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

131 Major General Erskine served with the 33rd Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battle ot 
Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol ; he commanded the piquets of the Light Division on the 14th Oct. 1854, when they 
repulsed the attack made on them by the enemy (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" 2 Major General Wynyard served with the Grenadier Guards in the Crimea from April 1S55, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

133 Major General Pattle served with the 16th Lancers throughout the campaign in Afghanistan under Lord 
Keane, and was present at the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, 
including the affair of Buddiwal, and battles of Aliwal (wounded) and Sobraon (Medal and one Clasp). Served in 
China as Brigadier in command of the Cavalry throughout the campaign of i860, including the action of Sinho, and 
those of the iSth and 21st Sept., also the surrender of Pekin (mentioned 111 despatches, CB.. Medal with two Clasps). 

1 3 * Major General Ingall served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 with the 62nd Regiment, including the battles of 
Ferozeshah (wounded) and Sobraon (Medal and one Clasp). Served also in the Crimea from 13th Nov. 1854 to i8tn 
June 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol, the sortie of 6th April, and attack on the Quarries on the 8th June— 

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18 War Services of the General Officers. 

wounded (Medal with Clasp, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie) . 

135 Major General Walker served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to the Earl of Lucan, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ; was also at the Cavalry affair the day pre- 
vious to Alma ; at the surprise of the Russian rear-guard at M'Kenzie's Farm ; and served as a volunteer on board 
H.M.S. Bellerophon at the bombardment of Sebastopol on the 17th October (Medal with four Clasps, 5 th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field in India in 1859, first in command of a Field Force at Secrora in 
Oude, near which place he defeated the rebels on 27th April, and afterwards in command of the Column which accom- 
panied Sir Hope Grant to the Nepaul Frontier, including the action of the Jerwah Pass (Medal). Served in China 
throughout the campaign of i860 as Assistant Qr.Master General of Cavalry, and was present at the actions of the 
12th August, 18th and 21st Sept., and in the advance on Pekin (CB., Medal with Clasps). Served in the campaign 
of 1866 in Bohemia and Moravia as British Military Commissioner at the Head Quarters of the Second Prussian 
Army under H.R.H. the Crown Prince, and was present at the battles of Nachod and Koniggratz (Medal). The 
2nd Class of the Red Eagle with Swords offered to him by the King of Prussia he was prevented from accepting 
oy existing regulations, but having received permission to accept and wear the 1866 Medal it was forwarded to him 
directly by the King of Prussia, accompanied by an autograph letter from His Majesty. Served throughout the 
Franco-German war in 1870-71, as British Military Commissioner at the Head Quarters of the 3rd German Army 
under H.R.H. the Crown Prince of Prussia, and was present at the battles of Weissemburg, Worth, and Sedan, and 
throughout the investment of Paris, and received the permission of Her Majesty to accept and wear the Iron Cross, 
and the Medal granted at the termination of the campaign. 

136 Major General Stunnus served in the campaign of 1842 in Afghanistan, including the forcing of the Khyber Pass, 
and battle of Mamoo Khail (Medal) . Commanded the personal escoi t of Sir Hugh Gough atti e battle of Ma'harajpore, 
and throughout the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 (mentioned in despatches Bronze Star). Served throughout the 
Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, with the Governor General's Body Guard at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, and 
was also present at Abwal and Sobraon (Medal and three Clasps). Expedition to Kote Kangra in 1S46. Punjaub 
campaign of 184S-49, present at the action of Ramnuggur, and again commanded the Cavalry escort of Lord Gough 
at the battles of ChilliaiiwallahandGoojerat, at which last he was very severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with two Clasps, Wound Pension for life, and Brevet of Major). Was present at Meerut when the outbreak 
of the Sepoy mutiny took place at that station in May 1857. 

137 Major General A. J. Herbert served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles in the Crimea and the 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal wit 1 Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) 

138 Lord Seaton served in the field during the Canadian rebellion as Aide de Camp to Field Marshal the late Lord 



140 Major General Wells served with the 25th Regt. at the recapture of Port Natal from the insurgent Boers on 
26th June 1842 (mentioned in despatches). Commanded 1st Battalion 23rd Fusiliers in the Indian mutiny campaign, 
including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (mentioned in despatches and services acknowledged by the Governor 
General in Council), defeat of the Gwalior contingent at Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857 (mentioned), actions on the qth 
and nth March across the Goomtee, siege and capture of Lucknow— horse shot on 16th March, and three times 
mentioned in despatches (Medal with two Clasps, and CB.). 

141 Major General Hart commanded a force consisting of 574 of the Templemore Depot Battalion at the suppres- 
sion of a mutiny of Militia at Nenagh on the 8th July 1856, in which conflict there were killed and wounded on 
both sides. Was thanked by Lord Seaton, Commander of the Forces in Ireland, "for the judicious control and 
forbearance with which he acted in presence of the armed and infuriated insurgents " ; and by Major General 
Sir J. Chatterton, commanding the Limerick District," for the ability, activity, and intelligence there manifested." 

112 Major General Pratt served with the 41st Regt. throughout the campaign of 1842 in Afi'ghanistan (Medal) and 
was present in the engagements with the enemy on the 28th April in the Pisheen Valley ; in those of the 29th May 
near Candahar, 30th August at Goaine, 5th September before Ghuznee ; at the occupation and destruction of that 
fortress and of Cabool, the expedition into Kohistan, storm capture and destruction of Istaliff, and the various minor 
affairs in and between the Bolan and the Khyber Passes. Served in the Crimea from the 18th May 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol and attacks of the Redan on the 18th June and Sth September— wounded (Medal 
with Clasp, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel, dated 2nd Nov. 1855, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Joined Sir Colin Campbell's Army before Lucknow on 14th Nov. 1857 and was at the relief of the Garri- 
son, also at the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore on 6th December and at the fall of Lucknow in March 
1858, when he commanded the Left Column of attack on and occupation of the Iron Bridge from nth to 15th March 
and was mentioned in the despatches ; commanded a Column in the chain of operations by Lord Clyde against the 
rebels in Dec. 1858 and Jan. 1859, when they were driven from Oude into the Nepaul territory (Medal with two Clasns. 
and CB.). r ' 

113 Major General the Honourable Leicester Smyth served in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal) j also at, the battle of 
Berea. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assistant Military Secretary to Lord Raglan, ami afterwards to 
General Simpson (Medal with Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

144 Major General Stephenson served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Bala- 
klava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26th October. Was Military Secretary to the Com- 
mander in Chief in the Crimea from early in July until Nov. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served as Assist. Adjutant General to the expeditionary 
force in China from March 1857 to 14th Feb. i860, and present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857; and served 
as Deputy Adjutant General to the force under Sir Hope Grant from 14th Feb. i860 to 16th March 1861, present at 
the storming and capture of the Taku Forts, the actions of the 18th and 21st Sept., and subsequent advance en 
Pekin (CB., Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

145 Major Genera) Whitmore served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to Sir George Brown, including 
the battles of Alma (horse shot) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

146 Lord Alexander Russell served with the 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1S52-53 as D.A.Q.M.G. 
to the ist Division, and was present at the battle of Berea— mentioned in General Orders (Medal, and Brevet of 
Major). Served also in the Crimea from the nth July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and com- 
manded the ist Battalion from the 25th October 1355 until the evacuation of the Crimea (Medal with Clasp Brevet 
of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

147 Sir Garnet Wolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal for Pegu), was with the 
expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon, and soverely wounded when leading the storming 
party against the chief s stronghold on the 19th March (montioned in despatches). Landed in the Crimea with the 
90th Light Infantry on 5th Dec. 1854, and employed in the Trenches as Acting Engineer until Sebastopol was taken; 
was engaged in the assault and defence of the Quarries on 7th Juno, and on duty in the Trenches at the attack 
of the 18th June ; severely wounded in a sortie 30th August, when in charge of the advanced sap— several times 
mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp, Knightof tho Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1857-59, and was present at tho relief of Lucknow, defence of the A In in - 
bagh by Outram, with tho several engagements there, siego and capture of Lucknow, subsequently as D. A. Q. M. 
General to Grant's Division and with it at tho affair of Bareo, action at Nawabgunge, and all the others fought' by 
that force (ropeatcdly mentioned in despatches, Prevct of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the war 'of i860 
in China upon the Quarter Master General's Staff, and was present at the assault of tho Taku Forts, and in all the 
engagements throughout the campaign (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded the Expedition sent in 1870 from 
Canada to tho Red River Territory for the suppression of tho Rebel Government established at Fort Garry against 
the Queen's authority, and was created a Knight of St. Michael and St. George for lus services upon that occasion. 
Was Governor and Commander of tho Forces on the Gold Coast during tho Ashanti war of 1873-74: received the 
thanks of both Houses of Parliament, promoted to be Major General for distinguished service nominated GCMG 
and A'CJI. (Medal with Clasp). ' '' 

1M Major General Mills, as a Field Officer of tho 52tid Light Infantry, was attached to tho Light Division of the 
Army before Sebastopol during tho campaign of 1855, from April until tho fall of the place (.Medal with ClasD 
and Turkish Medal). " 






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148 Sir John Josiah Hort served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the4thRegt., including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, "Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian an( j 
Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

iso Major General Simpson served with the 34thRegt. in the Crimean campaign from the 9th Dec. 1854, including the 
Siege and fall of Sebastopol ; commanded a party in the assault (wounded) and capture of the Quarries ; also 
present at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian Medal, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian cam] laigns in 1857-59, 
and was present in the actions at Cawnpore on the 26th 27th and 28th Nov. 1857, capture of Meeangunge, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, and commanded a Column of Colonel Kelly's Force at the defeat of the 
rebels under Bala Rao near Bootwul on the Nepaul Frontier (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 
and CB.). 

151 Major General Rainey served with the 49th Regt. throughout the operations in China (Medal) , commencing with 
the first taking of Chusan, and terminating with the demonstration before Nankin, including the storm and capture of 
the heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture of the heights 
of Chinhae, occupation of Ningpo, repulse of the night attack on Ningpo, attack and capture of the enemy's 
intrenched camp on the heights of Segoan, attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo. Served 
with the 61st Regt. at the siege assault and capture of Delhi, and commanded the Wing engaged at the action of 
Nujjufghur (Medal with Clasp and CB. 

152 Major General R. W. Lacy landed with the 56th Regt. in the Crimea on the 25th Aug. 1S55, was present 
at the siege and fall of Sebastopol and the final assault (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

153 Major General Maude served the Gwalior campaign as Adjutant of the Buffs, and was present at the battle of 
Punniaron 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star), and had his horse killed under him. Served in the Crimean campaign from 
April 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded the Buffs from 1st August till the final assault 
on the Redan on the 8th Sept., on which occasion he commanded the covering and ladder party of the 2nd Division 
furnished by his regt., and obtained the Victoria Cross at the recommendation of his regiment for conspicuous and 
moat devoted bravery when inside the Redan by holding a position with nine or ten men against overpowering; 
numbers, and not retiring until he was dangerously wounded through the shoulders, and all but two of his party 
being killed or wounded— mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

is* Major General E. H. Maxwell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 88th Regt., including the battles 
of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Quarries on the 7th June, and of the Redan on 
the 18th June and 8th September— brought the 88th out of action, and whs mentioned in despatches (Medal with 
three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served also during the suppression of fhe Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the operations at Cawnpore from 
a6th Nov. to 6th Dec. 1857, siege of Lucknow in March 1858, and siege of Calfiee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). 

1 55 Major Genera! Walter served throughout the Kaffir campaign of 1846-47 as Adjutant of the 90th Light 
Infantry, and Field Adjutant of the 1st Division (Medal). Served wii h the 53rd Reginvnt in the Funjaub cam- 
paign in 1849, and was present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with Clasp). Campaign of 1S51-52 against the Hill 
Tribes on the Peshawur frontier. Served with the 35th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-59; commanded 
the Arrah Field Force in the actions of Sirthooa, Bramineegunge, Rampoorperoi"ra Jemaon, and Kareesath ; 
subsequently a Column in the operations in Shahabad, including the actions before Nonoodhee (twice mentioned 
in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

i5« Major General Thackwell served with the 22nd Regt. in the campaign in Sind, and was present at the battle of Hy- 
derabad (Medal). Also the campaign of 1844-45 in the Southern Mahratta Country, including the investment and 
capture of Forts Panulla and Pownghur. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Major to 1st Brigade 
and Division— including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (horse shot), siege of Sebastopol and repulse of the 
sortie on 26th October. On 4th August 1855 he was appointed Assistant Adjutant General to the 3rd Division and 
served with it until broken up in April 1856 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

157 Major General Roche served the campaign of 1838-39 in Belodchistan and Afghanistan as Aide de Camp, 
and at periods as Assistant Adjutant General to Sir Joseph Thackwell, commanding the Cavalry, and was present 
at the forcing of the Bolan and Khojuc Passes, taking of Candahar, siege and capture of Chuzneo (Medal), occu- 
pation of Cabool and Jellalabad, Passage of the Khyber Pass, and several skirmishes. Served the campaign of 
1842 with Sir George Pollock's Army in Afghanistan in command of a troop of the 3rd Light Dragoons, including 
the forcing of the Khyber Pass and relief of Jellalabad ; was Staff Officer to Colonel Taylor in the expedition against 
Lolpoora, and subsequently commanded the Cavalry (130) of Colonel Eckfort's force (Medal). Served as Aide de 
Camp to Sir Joseph Thackwell and as Assistant Quarter Master General of the Cavalry Division of the Army of 
the Sutlej in 1846— horse wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Was thrice tha.iked in General orders and 
despatches, anil promoted to the rank of Major. 

158 Major General Inglis served in the Crimea from 23rd Sept. 1854, including the battles of Halaklava and Inkerman 
(commanded the 57th Regt. after Captain Stanley was killed, and was honourably mentioned in Lord Raglan's 
despatch), siege and fall of Sebastopol, assault of the Redan on 18th June, and expedition to Kinbourn (Medal with 
three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

159 Major General Shadwell served with the 98th Regt. on the China expedition in 1842, and was present at the attack 
and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and investment of Nankin (Medal). He served as extra Aide de Camp to Sir Colin 
Campbell in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 and was present at the battles of Chilliai. wallah and Goojerat (Medal 
with two Clasps) . Accompanied Sir Colin Campbell as Aide de Camp to the Crimea, and was present in that 
capacity at the battle of the Alma. Acted as Assistant Quarter Master General to the troops in front of Balaklava 
previously to and during the action of the 25th Oct. 1854. On the 29th of the same month succeeded to that appoint- 
ment and held it till the breaking up of the Army in 1856. On the 26th May 1855 was transferred to the 1st Division, 
and subsequently to the Highland Division (Medal with three Clasps for Aima, lialakkr, a. and Sebastopol; Brevets 
Of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

i 60 Major General Foster served with the 1 6th Lancers during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, 
including the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also at the battle of Maharajpore, 9th Dec. 1843 
(Bronze Star) ; and in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal (as Aide de 
Camp to Brigadier Cureton), and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). 

161 Major General Call served with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the first China expedition (Medal), and present 
at the first capture of Chusan, attack of the Forts of the Bocca Tigris, storming of the Height and Forts at Canton, 
and destruction of the forts and capture of Amoy; and employed on the Staff in 1841-42 as Sub Assistant Com- 
missary General. Served throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu) as Brigade Major 
to the 1st Bengal Brigade, and for a part of the period as Assistant Adjutant General of the 1'egu Division, and was 
present at the destruction of the stockades at the entrance of the Rangoon River, at the operations before, and 
subsequent storming of, the Citadel of Rangoon, at the capture of Prome, and repulses of the enemy from that 
position. Served in the Crimea from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 1 Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

16S Major General Bruce served with the 74th Highlanders throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal, and Brevet 
of Major). 

164 Major General Shipley served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
(severely wounded), siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th October (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863 with 
the Eusafzye Field Force in command of the 1st Brigade from the 4th to the 14th December, and of the 1st Battalion 
7th Fusiliers, at the attack and storming of the Conical Hill, and the capture of Umbeyla (mentioned in despatches, 
CB., Medal with Clasp). 

i« Major Geeeral Collings served with the 33rd Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the iSth June (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet 
cf Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Com- 
manded a Brigade in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

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20 War Services of the General Officers. 

16C Major General R. Budd served with, the 14th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from 10th January to June 
1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

167 Major General H. Bingham served with the 1st Battalion 60th Rifles in thePunjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was 
present during the.second siege operations at Mooltau, including the siege and storm of the town and capture of the 
citadel; afterwards at the battle of Goojerat, pursuit of the Sikh Army, and expulsion of the Affghan Force beyond the 
Khyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded the Companies of the 60th engaged against the hill tribes 
in the Euzofzye Country nth Dec. 1849, and was severely wounded in the head (Medal with Clasp). 

168 Major General H. Hamilton joined Sir Hope Grant's Colum n advancing to the relief of Lucknow, in Nov. 1857 ; 
commanded a Battalion of Detachments in the skirmish before and in the attack and capture of Bunterah, as also du- 
ring the operations resulting in the relief of the garrison of Lucknow ; co m manded 78th Highlanders during the occu- 
pation and defence for three months of the Alumbagh, and in the closing operations against Lucknow j was present 
at the affair of Gailee ; served in the Rohilcund campaign in April 1858, and commanded the 78th Highlanders at the 
capture ofBareilly (CB., Medal with two Clasps, repeatedly mentioned in despatches, thanked by the Governor 
General in Council, also thanked in division orders by Sir James Outram " for judicious conduct when in command 
of the rear-guard on the occasion of retiring when bringing away guns captured from the enemy"). 

16S Major General T. Addison served the campaign in Afghanistan and Beloochistan in 1839, including the 
storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal) and of Khelat. Served as Major of Brigade throughout the campaign in 
the Southern Mahratta country in 1844 (including the storm of Punella,— wounded, and named in despatches as 
one of the first on the breach), and that in the Concan in 1845. Served in the Kaffir war of 1851, and was severely 
wounded on 14th October on Waterkloof Heights (Medal, and Brevet of Major). Received the Brevet of Lt. 
Colonel on 24th July 1857 for special services under Sir George Grey, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope. Com- 
manded the 1st Battalion 2nd Queen's Rovals throughout the camaipgn of i860 in North China (Medal with two- 
Clasps, and C£.). 

170 Major General M'Intyre served in the Persian campaign of 1857; commanded the 78th Highlanders on the expe- 
dition to Borazjoon, in the night attack and in the battle of Kooshab, and present at the bombardment of Mohumrah. 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Accompanied Havelock's Force in Sept. for the relief of Lucknow, 
and was in the actions during that advance ; on the morning that the force entered the City, was thrown into the 
Alumbagh with 250 men for its defence from 25th Sept. to 7th Oct., was surrounded by the enemy and all communi- 
cation cut off, was then reinforced from Cawnpore by 250 men and two guns, and again on 25th Oct. by 500 men and 
four guns ; held the position, still surrounded by the enemy, for 52 days, until relieved by the approach of the Com- 
mander in Chief's Force (horse shot on 25th Sept., mentioned in despatches). Proceeded with the Commander in 
Chief's Force for the relief of the garrison in the Residency, and commanded the advance-guard in the attacks on. 
the Dilkoosha and La Martiniere (mentioned in despatches as "conspicuous" in attack on La Martiniere). Was 
with Outram's Force during the re-occupation for three months of the Alumbagh, and present at the repulse of all 
the attacks made on that position. Present with Brigadier Campbell's Force in the third advance on Lucknow, and 
in the operations of that force until the final capture of the City (Medal with two Clasps, CB., and a year's service 
for Lucknow) . 

171 Major General Primrose served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of 185 1-53 (Medal) , and was for some 
time D.A.Q.M. General of the 2nd Division; accompanied the expedition to the Orange River sovereignty, and was 
present at the action of the Berea. Commanded the 43rd Lightlnfantry on its march from Bangalore through Central 
India to Calpee in 1858 (a distance of 1,300 miles during the hottest season of the year) and throughout the various- 
operations in Bundelcund, and towards the conclusion of the rebellion he commanded one of the seven Columns 
under Brigadier Wheeler, specially ordered to clear a large district infested by numerous bands under rebel chiefs 
(Medal). 

172 Major General F. R. Elrington served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 with the Rifle Brigade, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

17S Major General C. L. Nugent served with the 58th Regt. in the New Zealand war of 1845-46 (Medal) ; commanded 
the advance guard which penetrated the forest surrounding Ruapekapeka, and was present at the capture of that Pah. 

174 Major General Archer-Butler served with the 28th Regt. in Sind under Sir Charles Napier in 1842-43. Served 
also throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

175 Major General Bright served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 19th Regiment, including the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and storming of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Septem- 
ber — mentioned in despatches (Medal vith three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th. 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded as Brigadier General the 1st Brigade Hazara Field Force 
of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the Black Mountain (mentioned in despatches, thanked by 
the Government of India. CB., Medal with ClasD). 

176 Major General E. W. D. Bell served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Alma, where he 
personally captured and secured the first gun taken from the Russians, and afterwards succeeded to the command 
of the 23rd Fusiliers, and brought it out of action ; he was also at the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol, 
and was complimented in General orders for distinguished conduct while in command of a working party on the 2nd 
April 1855, under a heavy fire from the enemy (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Victoria Cross, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58, includ- 
ing the operations across the Goomtee, and siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

177 Major General Sankey served the Eastern campaign up to 16th Dec. 1854, and from 13th July 1855, as 
D.A.Q.M. G., and from 31st Aug. as A.Q.M.G. to ist Division, including the affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, battles of Alma (mentioned in despatches, and charger killed) and Balaklava, capture of Balaklava, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

178 Major General F. Burton served with the 97th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol from the 20th Nov. 1S54 to 5th July 
1855 ; commanded the Light Company in the sortie on the night of the 20th Dec. 1854, and succeeded in driving the 
Russians out of the most forward parallel, from which the Guard had been compelled to withdraw, and retained its 
possession (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian Medal, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served in Bengal in suppressing the mutiny in 1857-59, with the Jounpore Field Force in the action and capture of 
Fort Nusrutpore (commanded the Sharpshooters of the Brigade), actions of Chanda, Ummeerpore, and Sultanpore 
(mentioned twice and thanked in despatch), siege and capture of Lucknow and storming of the Kaiserbagh ; after- 
wards served in Central India (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

179 Major General Wm. Gordon served with the 17th Regt. in the Crimea from 17th Dec. 1854, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, assault of the Kedan on 18th June (mentioned in despatches) and commanded the Regiment 
at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September (mentioned in despatches), and at the bombardment and sur- 
render of the fortress of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

180 MajorGeneral Willis served uninterruptedly throughout the Eastern campaign from April 1854 to July 1856 ;— 
with the 77th Regt. until May 1855, after which as D.A.Q.M. General at Head Quarters, and as A.Q.M. General of the 
4th Division ; was present at the affairs on the Bulganac and at Balaklava, battles of Alma and Inkerman, assault of 
the Quarries, attack of the Redan on 18th June, battle of Tchernaya, final assault of the Redan on 8th Sept., and 
served for upwards of seven months in the Trenches, including the repulse of several sorties, and was frequently in 
command in the advance Trenches (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5U1 Class of the Medjidie). 

181 Lord A. C. Lennox FitzRov served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Coldstream Guards, including 
the siege of Sebastopol, and battles of Balaklava and Inkerman— severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

i 82 MajorGeneral Daubcny served with the 62nd Regt. in the Crimean campaign from the 13th Nov. 1854 to the 5th 
March 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol, sortie of the 6th April, and attack on the Quarries Sth June (succeeded 
to the command), on the Redan 18th .lime (commanded the Regt.), anil again on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Claep, 
Brevet of Lt Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Modal, CB.). 



War Services of the General Officers. 21-32 

183 Major General Warden served with the 19th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1354-55, including the battles of Alma 
(severely wounded) and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol (wounded) ; was of the party that first held the Quarries; 
commanded 400 of the 97th Regt. in the Trenches at the assault of the 18th June ; succeeded to the command of the 
19th Regt. at the storming of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (severely wounded) , and took the Brigade out of action 
(Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

184 Major General Morris served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, commanded a Field Battery at, the battles of Bala- 
klava and Inkerman, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct 1854. Was attached from April to Nov. 1855 as Military 
Commissioner to the 2nd Corps of the French Army, and assisted at the carrying of the Lines of Tchernaya 25th 
May, the assault and capture of the Mamelon, and of the Malakoff ; on the personal Staff of General Bosquet, who 
commanded on these occasions, and was especially named by the General in official despatches. Was appointed 
an Assistant Adjutant General in Nov. 1855, and attached to General Windham, Chief of the Staff (Medal with 
three Clasps, CB., Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
and 5 th Class of the Medjidie). 

J85 Major General Thompson served as a Captain in the British Legion, and was engaged at Hernani, 30th Aug. 1835; 
at Arlaban, 16th 17th and 18th Jan. ; and the action before San Sebastian, 5th May 1836, when he was severely wounded 
in the hip and the hand (KSF. and Medal). Served the campaign of the Punjaub in the 14th Light Dragoons, 
was engaged at Ramnuggur (horse wounded) 22nd Nov. 1848, at Chillianwallah 13th Jan., and at Goojerat 21st 
Feb. 1849 (Medal with two Clasps) . Present also at the crossing of the Chenab, Jhelum, and Indus ; at the surrender 
of the Sikh army at Rawul Pindee, the capture of the Bridge of lit. a ts at Attock, and pursuit of the All'ghanstoPeshawur. 

18B Major General M. Bruce served with the Grenadier Guards in the Crimea from the 29th March to the 30th May 
1855 (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). 

•W Major General Glvn servedas Field Adjutant to the Force under Sir Harry Smith in the action with and defeat 
of the rebel Boers at Boern Plaats (horse killed). Served with the Ritie Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal). 
Also the Eastern campaign as a Brigade Major and Assistant Adjutant General in the Light Division, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Biv vets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian campaigns of 
1857-59, including the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore on 6th December, final capture of Lucknow, 
action at Nawabgunge (commanded Battalion), and subsequent operations (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

188 Major General Scudamore served with the 4U1 Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 1838-39 in Affghanis- 
tan, including siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the action of Ramnuggur (wounded), passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat— dangerously 
wounded (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded the Regt. during the campaign of 1858 in Central India under Sir 
Hugh Rose, and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of 
Gurrakota ; commanded the detached force sent against Malthone ; present at the siege and capture of Jhansi and 
commanded the outposts during the investment ; present at the battle of Koonch and all the affairs during the 
advance on Calpee, including the action of Golowlie ; also at the action of Morar and recapture of Gwalior ; also 
commanded a Flying Column for six months in the Gwalior and Jhansi districts (three times mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

189 Major General Fraser acted as Staff Officer to a Detachment sent from Bombay in 1S37 against the rebels in 
Canara. Served also with the 6th Regiment in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). He was commissioned in Oct. 
1857 to raise the 2nd Battalion 6th Regiment, and having within one month raised considerably upwards of 1,000 
recruits, was Gazetted on the 25th Nov. 1857 its Lieutenant Colonel. This Battalion embarked in May 1858 for service 
at Gibraltar. 

190 Major General G.W. P. Bingham served with the 64th Regt. in the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the 
storm and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushire, night attack and battle of Kooshab (Medal with Clasp). Served 
in Bengal and N.W. Provinces in sup] ressing the mutiny in 1857-58 ; present with Harelock's Column in the actions 
of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pando.i Xnddie, Cawnpore, Onao, Buseerutgunge (1st and 2nd), Boorbeakechowkee, and 
Bithoor ; commanded a convoy with provisions from Cawnpore to Alumbagh ; served in defence of the Alumbagh, 
and afterwards in the actions at La Martiniere and the second relief of Lucknow ; commanded the Regt. during the 
■defence of Cawnpore and defeat of the Gwalior mutineers, as also in the actions of Kala Nuddee and Kerkeroulie — on 
General Penny being killed succeeded to the command of the whole Infantry Brigade— capture of Bareilly, Shahje- 
hanpore, Bunnie, Mahomdie, pursuit of the enemy the following day, and occupation of Mahomche (mentioned in 
despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

191 Major General Conolly served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 as Brigade Major to the Heavy Cavalry Brigade, 
including the battle of Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

192 Major General Hope served with the 71st Highlanders in the Crimean campaign from 20th Dec. 1854, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Central India under Sir John Michel in 1858, and was present 
at the actions of Rajghur (in command of a Brigade), Mungrowlee, Sindwaho.and Kurai {CB., Medal, and mentioned 
in despatches). Commanded the 71st in the operations in Eusafzyein 1863 under Sir N. Chamberlain — wounded on 
the 20th Nov. at the recapture of the Crag Piquet (mentioned in despatches, and thanked by the Commander in 
Chief in India, Medal with Clasp). 

193 Major General Curtis was present at the taking of Balmeer, Kundak, Dadur, and Kujjak (mentioned in 
despatches). Punjaub campaign, including siege of Mooltan in 1848-49 (mentioned. Medal with Clasp). Served as 
Director of Transport Corps in the Persian campaign of 1857, including the battle of Kooshab and bombardment of 
Mohumrah (mentioned, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign in Central India 
in 1858, and was present in the actions of Sindwaho (wounded), Korye, Koondye (mentioned, Medal). 

194 Major General T. E. Knox commanded the 67th Regiment throughout the campaign of i860 in China, including 
the action of Sinho, taking of Tongho, and led the storming party across the main ditch at the taking of the inner 
Takoo Fort, when seventy-seven officers and men of the 67th were killed or wounded j also present at the surrender 
Of Pekin (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasps). 

195 Major General Loftus served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 
18th June (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, including the assault and capture of Meeangunge, siege 
and capture of Lucknow — severely wounded at the assault (Medal with Clasp). 

196 Major General Donovan served with the 33rd Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 19th April 1855, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol— severely wounded in the Trenches on the 
16th of April (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

19 ? Major General Hepburn served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tne battle of Alma (severely 
wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

198 Major General Best served with the 10th Regiment in the Punjaub, campaign of 1848-49, including the whole 
of the siege operations before Mooltan and surrender of the fortress ; was afterwards present and slightly wounded 
in the leg at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

199 Major General D. Anderson was present with the 22nd Regiment at the taking and destruction of the villages 
in the Boree Valley in the Peshawur district in November 1853 (Medal with Clasp). 

2°° Major General Wilkinson served with the 42nd Highlanders in the Crimea up to Oct. 1854, including the 
battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served the campaign of 1857-5S against the mutineers in India, including the action at Khodagunj, siege and fall 
Of Lucknow, attack on the Fort of Rooyah, action of Allvgunge, and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). 

201 Major General Pakenham served with the 30th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was slightly 
and also severely wounded at the battle of Alma (Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie. 



33 



Colonels. 



COHXET, 
2nd LIEUT 
OrENSIGN 



Charles Tyrwhitt, 1 CB. Lt.Col. Unatt.") 
Equerry and Aide de Camp to S.E.H. - 

the Duke of Cambridge I 

F. Alex. Campbell. 12 Co?. Com. h. p. R. Mar. 
Fred. Alex. Campbell, CD. Col. R. Artillery 
Henry Phibp Goodenough, Col. R. Artillery 
Jas. Cockburn, Capt. Unatt. S.O. of Pen. 
Adolpbus Fred. Bond, Captain h. p. Staff") 

Corps, Staff Officer of Pensioners j 

John Turner, CB. Colonel Royal Artillerv 
Thos. Henry Pakenhani. 1 * Lt. CoZ.h.p. 3 oF 

William Payn, CB. Lt.Col. 72 Foot 

Thomas Ross, 181 Lt.Col. h.p. 24 Foot 

Henry Edwin Weare, 4 CB. Lt. Col. h. p 50 F 
Henry Meade Hamilton," 2 CB. Lt.Col. \ 

Brigade Depot, Eieter j 

Son. Fred. Aug.Thesiger.wtCB.Zt.CoJ. ) 
h. p. 95 F. Aide de Camp to the Queen ; \ 

Colonel on the Staff, Shorneliffe ) 

Broadley Harrison, * 3 Lt. Col. Brigade ) 

Depot, Bradford j 

Edw. Wm.DeLancev Lowe," 4 CB. Lt.Col. ) 

h.p. 86 F ( 

Son. Aug. G. C. Chichester,5Z<.Cof.Bri-7 

gade Depot, Beverley j" 

c.Wm. Albert Stratton," 5 Zf. Col. Brigade ) 

Depot, Perth j 

Wm. Henry Seymour," 6 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. ) 
2 Dr. Gds. Brigadier General, Com. \ 

Curraqh District ) 

<SirWm.Russell,K;."CB.i^.Co/.h.p.i4Hus. 
Sir Fred. W. John Fitz Wygram, Bart* *, 

Lt.Col. h.p. 15 Hussars j 

Yet John C. Guise," 8 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. 90 F. 
Henry Lynedoch Gardiner, Colonel, R. Art. 
Mich. A. S. BiddulDh, CB.Col. R.Art. 
c. John Wm. Cox," 9 CB. Lt. Col. h.p. ) 

13 F. Colonel on the Staff, Jamaica j 

Alfred Aug. Chapnian, su Zf. Col. Brigade ") 

Depot, Warley $ 

Geo. W. A. Higginson,C£\ Major, Gr. Gds 

Tho. Geo. Alex. Oakes, 19 CB. Lt.Col. In- ) 

Bpecting Officer of Yeomanry Cavalry \ 

in Great Britain j 

Robert Hume, CB. Lt.Col. 55 Foot 

Charles William Green, Major, Unatt. 
Andrew Browne, iU CB. Lt.Col. h.p. 44 Foot 

John Gwilt, 8 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. 34 Foot 

Francis Peyton, 81 Zf . Col. Brigade Depot, > 

Lichfield $ 

Bartholomew O'Brien, 11 CB. Brigade) 

Depot, Tralee j 

Robert Parker Radcliffe, Colonel, R. Art. . 
Cha. Wright Younghusband, Col. R. Art. 
Edw. Bruce Hamley, CB. Col. R. Art., % 

Commandant Staff College ) 

Samuel E. Gordon, CB. Colonel R. Art. 
Son. Edw. Tho. Gage, CB. Colonel. R.Art. 
Chas. Stuart Henry, CB. Colonel, R. Art.. 
•Antonio Mattei, Lt.Col. Malta Fen. Art. 
Cadwallader Adams, 29 CB. Lt.Col. Bri- | 

gade Depot, Biehmond (Yorkshire) f 2 &e PM5 

Geo. W. Talbot Rich, 62 CB. Lt.Col. Bri- ) T 

gade Depot, Woolwich j i2june 4 o 

John Wellesley Thomas. 83 CB. Lt.Col.*) T 

Brigade Depot. Winchester S 7 Jrme 39 

Wm. Thomas Diekson.Zi. C'ul.h. p. i6Lanc. 23 Apr. 47 
Robert Corcyra Romer, Colonel, R. Art. .. 6 June 38 
William Wilby, 84 CB. Lt. Col. Brigade \ 

Depot, Warwick j 

Hen. Harpur Greer, 65 CB. Lt.Col. Bri-) 

gade Depot, Downpatrick $ 

Henry Bird, 13 Lt. Col. Brigade Depi 
p.s.c. Robert Carey, 86 CB. Lt.Col. h 



1 Aug. 34 

23 Sept. 26 
13 Dec. 36 
13 Dec 
12 Apr 

3 Apr. 28 

19 Mar. 39 
12 July 
27 May 42 
23 Mar. 38 
22 Oct. 

9 Aug. 39 

31 Dec. 44 

11 Oct. 39 

20 May 37 

19 Feb. 41 

27 May 42 
7 May 47 

2 July 41 

28 July 43 

6 June 45 
4 Dec. 

7 June 43 
26 June 38 

20 May 42 

16 Jan. 46 



9 Apr. 47 

7 Apr, 
30 Apr 
25 Nov. 36 
29 Jan. 4 

5 Apr. 36 
14 Dec. 37 
14 Dec. 37 
11 Jan. 43 
19 June 44 
19 Dec. 44 
18 June 42 
24 Jan. 25 



26 Feb. 36 

27 May 34 
10 Aug. 39 
13 Aug. 39 
23 Aug. 33 
29 June 32 

7 May 41 
19 Mar. 47 
12 Jan. 44 

18 May 41 
22 Dec. 43 
26 Oct. 41 

28 Nov. 45 
7 Sept. . 

12 Mar. . 
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19 Nov. , 
10 June 52 

7 Feb. 46 
7 May 44 

13 Oct. 48 

16 Mar. 40 
26 Apr. 44 
22 Apr. 40 

17 Jan. 45 

14 Feb. 45 



Nov. 



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6 July 49)28 Nov. 54 



21 Sept.4320 June 54 21 Feb. 55 21 Feb. 58 

14 Oct. 461 15 Sept.57 '15 Sept. 62 

9 Nov. 46; 15 Sept. 57 115 Sept. 62 

2 June 38 j 1 1 Nov. 51 20 July 58 6 Nov. 62 
12 Oct. 38,11 Nov. 5J26 Aug. 58 2i Dec. 62 
30 June 48 12 Dec. 54^6 Dec. 56 18 Mar. 63 
24 Sept. 5012 Dec. 54! 6 June 56(27 Mar. 63 
14 Mar. 51 6 June 56(24 Mar. 58! 31 Mar. 63 
4 June 47 22 Oct. 52! 26 Oct. 581 1 Apr. 63 
26 May 48 12 Dec. 54 6 June 56J10 Apr. 63 



ade Depot, Birr 
. Lt 
40 F. Deputy Judge Advocate 



Robert William Lowry, 30 CB. Lt.Col.-, 

Brigade Depot, Preston j 

Thomas Lightfoot, 8 ? CB. Lt.Col. Brigade \ 

Depot, Doncaster \ 

Yet Son. Henry Hugh Clifford, 88 CB. -, 

Major, Unatt j 

Henry D'Oyley Torrens, 89 CB. Lt.Col. •> 

Brigade Depot, Maidstone j 

William Forbes Macbean, Lt.Col. Bri-} 

gade Depot, Ayr j 

Thos. Brornhead Butt, 90 Lt.Col. Brigade , 

Depot, Greenlaw I 

Wm. Aug. Fyers, 91 CB. Lt.Col. h.p.} 

Rifle Brigade \ 

Wm.Drysdale, 92 CB. Lt.Col. h.p.Brigado \ 

Depot I 

Hen.Hope Crealock, 93 CZ\Z<.CoZ. Unatt. .! 

Deputy Qr. Mutter General, Ireland ... I 



27 May 36 
10 Sept. 4 
27 Sept. 42 
15 Nov. 39 
29 Dec. 40 
1 June 38 
7 Aug. 46 
r8 Sept. 49 
7 July 37 
3 Apr. 40 
7 Oct. 34 
29 Dec. 35 



3 Sept. 47 

30 Nov. 49 

13 Mar. 40 

14 Oct. 42 
10 Aug. 38 
27 May 42 

3 July 38 

3 May 40 
9 June 40 
5 Sept. 43 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
8 May 43 
5 Jan. 27 
23 Mar. 47 

15 Apr. 42 
7 Sept. 41 

25 Feb. 48 
20 July 40 

7 Oct. 37 
20 Aug. 44 

8 Apr. 45 

9 Nov. 
2 May 43 

30 Oct. 40 
13 Apr. 49 
8 May 51 
7 Jan. 42 
2 Aug. 42 
20 May 36 
31 Aug. 38 



May 49 12 Dec. 54 

27 Dec. 50 2 Nov. 55 

7 June 44 1 5 Nov. 52 
23 May 45I 1 July 57 



6 June 56 
28 Aug. 57 

26 Oct. 58 
24 Mar. 58 



12 Apr. 63 
30 Apr. 63 
19 May 63 
2 June 63 



3 Aug. 49 6 July 55 16 June 58J16 June 63 
30 Mar. 49 15 Apr. 56 6 May 58 30 June 63 

29 Dec. 54,13 May 58 7 July 58 7 July 63 
•6 Apr. 47 13 Aug. 57 20 July 58 20 July 63 
?2 Dec. 4819 Feb. 58 26 July 58 26 July 63 
6 June 54 13 Nov. 57 24 Mar. 5S 7 Aug. 63 
9 Nov. 46 20 July 55 9 Aug. 581 9 Aug. 63 

4 Oct. 50 12 Dec. 54 6 June 56J 14 Aug. 63 
9 Apr. 47 is Dec. 54 20 July 58J 4 Sept. 63 

3 Apr. 4915 May 55 17 Sept. 58: 17 Sept. 63 

2 July 50 12 Dec. 54 2 Nov. 5s'3oSept.63 

I j 

22 Feb. 50 1 Aug. 56(20 July 58] 1 Oct. 63 

21 Sept. 54 2 Nov. 55 1 8 Oct. 58 8 Oct. 63 

4 May 47 7 Apr. 54' 26 Oct. 58J 9 Oct. 63 

8 Sept. 46 12 Dec. 54 6 June 56J 13 Oct. 63 
4 Feb. 45 17 July 55 6 June 56122 Oct. 63 

3 Sept. 50 12 May 54 26 Oct. 58 23 Oct. 63 
2 Aug. 50 12 Dec. 54 26 Oct. 58(26 Oct. 63 

9 Nov. 46 J26 0ct. 58 26 Oct. 63 



WHJB 
PLACED OW 
HALE PAT. 



22 June 55 

1 Mar. 62 

21 Feb. 40 
28 July 43 

31 Oct. 74 

4 Nov. 74 

2 Aug. 74 



;8 Nov. 46 

4 May 50 12 Dec 



26 Oct. 58 26 Oct. 63 
Nov. 55 2 Nov. 63 



28 July 52 12 Dec. 54 2 Nov. 55 2 Nov. 63 
1 Sept. 52 12 Dec. 54; 2 Nov. 55 2 Nov. 63 
28 June 49 17 July 55 2 Nov. 55' 2 Nov. 63 

11 Apr. 45 28 Aug. 57112 Nov. 5^12 Nov. 63 

5 Dec. 51 12 Dec. 54' 6 June 5617 Nov. 63 

12 Nov. 47 6 June 56^0 July 58 17 Nov. 63 

14 May 47 1 3 Dec. 54 31 Dec. 58 31 Dec. 63 
25 Apr. 51 19 May 54I 26 Oct. 58 5 Jan. 64 

15 Mar. 47 26 Oct. 58 16 Jan. 59(16 Jan. 64 

10 Dec. 47' 7 Aug. 55 15 Feb. 5915 Feb. 64 
31 Dec. 47 29 Dec. 54 18 Feb. 59 18 Feb. 64 
9 Sept. 51: 6 June 56; 28 Jan. 59J22 Feb. 64 
14 May 47 6 June 56 28 Oct. 59! 1 Mar. 64 
[8 Feb. 48 15 June 55 26 Dec. 56(13 Mar. 64 



26 June 72 
29 Nov. 64 
7 Jan. 74 
3 June 64 



22 May 57 
27 Sept. 71 
" Apr. 74 



3 Oct. 48 24 Dec. 52 



26 June 51 24 Mar. 58 
29 Dec. 54 17 July 55 
21 Sept. 54; 6 June 56 
8 June 49 15 Jan. 58 
2 Apr. 4717 July 57 
7 May 47 2 Nov. 55 



29 Oct. 47 19 Jan. 58 
29 Dec. 54 26 Dec. 56 



4 Apr. 59 
13 Apr. 58 
26 Apr. 59 

1 May 59 
26 Apr. 59 
26 Dec. 56 
20 July 58 



4 Apr. 64 
23 Apr. 64 
27 Apr. 64 

1 May 64 

23 May 64 
8 June 64 
20 June 64 



3 July 70 



1 Apr. 66 



9 Oct. 72 
1 Apr. 76 



20 July 58: 6 July 64 



Colonels. 



34 



2nd lieut. 

01' ENSIGN. 



irigade , 



John N. Sargent," CB. Lt.Col 

Depot, Oxford ) 

c. Chas. Sawyer, 95 Lt.Col. h.p. 6 Dr. Gds. 
Rich. G. Amherst Luurd,-' 6 Major, h.p. 7 

62 F. Assist. Adj. <f Q.M.G., Manchester ) 
Edw.Seager, 97 Lt. Col., InspectiugOflicer ) 

of Yeomanrv Cavalry in Grout Britain) 
Dudley C.F., Lord de Ros, Lt.Col. h.p. \ 

1 Life Gds. ,Lord in Waitinij to the Queen ) 

Henry Ralph Browne, Lt.Col. 63 Foot 

Tho. Robt. Crawley, 9 " Lt.Col. h. p. 6 Drs. 
Arnold Thompson, Colonel, Royal Artillery 
Wm. Humphreys Kirby, 99 Lt.Col. Bri-} 

gade Uepot, Canterbury X } 

Spencer Westmacott, Colonel, R. Eng. ... 
c.George John Peaeocke,X*. Col. Brigade ) 

Depot, Stirling ) 

Jas. Robt. Steadman Snyer^CB. Lt.Col. ~i 

h.p. 3 Dragoon Guards j 

Wm. Collier Menzies, ( 'oloncl, R. Engineers 
Robert Michael Laff'an, Colonel, R. Eng.... 
Sir Arthur Henry Freeling, Jiart. Colonel, \ 

Royal Engineers ) 

c.Alex. Cunningham Rol >ertson, 31 Lt.Col. \ 

Brigade Depot, Warrington j 

James F. M. Browne, CB: Lt.Col. R.Eng... 

Alastair M'lan Macdnuald, 15 Zr. Col. h.p. ) 

Dep. Batt. Aide de Camp to MRU. the - 

Commander in Chief ) 

Robert White, 101 CB. Lt.Col. Brigade), 

Depot, Worcester ) 

John Blick Spurgin, 23 CB. CSI. Lt.Col.i 

Brigade Depot. Naas ) 

Aug.W. Murray, 1 " 2 CB.Lt.ColAi.p.i W.I.H 
p.s.c. Dominic' J. Gamble, 103 CB. Lt.Col. ) 

Brigade Depot, Carlisle t 

George Urvan Milman, 101 CB.Lt.Col.Kp. ) 

S F. Major of the Tower of London j 

Edward Henry Fisher, Colonel, R. Artillery 

E. C. H., Lord Clarina, 24 Lt.Col. h.p. 97 F. 

John Ross,' 3 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. Rifle) 

Brigade, Brigadier General Com.Presi- r 

dency District, Bengal ) 

William FreelandBrett, 3i! i*. CW.Brigade ) 

Depot, Burnley > 

Robert B. Ha wiry, 1 "" Lt.Col. h.p. 60} 

Rifles, Assistant Military Secretary ...} 

Frederick Arthur Willis," CB. Lt.Col. ~) 

BrigadH Depot, Bedford ) 

Francis Carey, Lt.Col. Brigade Depot, ) 

Hamilton ) 

James Robert Gibbon, CB. Colonel, R.Art. 
c.Cha. E.P. Gordon, 109 CB. Lt.Col.h.p. 75 F 
Charles Bowdler Fuller, Colonel, R. Art. 
Robert Stuart Baynes, 110 Major, Unatt. ^ 

Colonial Secretary, Gibraltar j 

Charles Douglas, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.. 

Hen. E. L. Thuillier, CSI. Col. R. Art 

Henry R. Norman,'" 3 CB. Lt.Col.h.p. 10F. 
e.G. Geo. C. Stapylton, 111 Lt.Col. Bri-\ 

gade Depot, Clonmel i 

Geo. Courtenay Vialls, 53 it. CW.Brigade > 

Depot, Bury i 

JamesH. C.Robertson, Lt.Col. h.p. 100 F.... 
Uon. Percy R. B. Feilding, CB. Lt.Col. \ 

Coldstream Guards J 

e.Wm.T.Laird Patterson, Lt.Col. h.p.88 F. 
John Guise Rogers Aplin, 16 Lt.Col. Bri- ^ 

gade Depot, Northampton 3 

Charles Hood, 21 Lt.Col. h.p. 58 Foot 

jJffiCha. C. Fraser, 112 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. n ) 
Hussars, Aide de Camp to R.R.H. the V 

Commander in Chief J 

*Saverio Gatt, Lt.Col. Malta Fencible Art 
c.Rob. John Eagar, 26 CB. Lt.Col. r.f.p. 31 F. 
Son. S. J. G. Calthorpe, 114 Lt. Col. h.p.) 

5 Dr. Gds 5 

Wm. B. Salmon, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C .. . 
Jas. K. Spence, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Geo.MyttonHill.i^. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Thos. Stock, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps. 
Geo. Jackson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Wm. G. Woods, CSI.Lt. Col. Madras Staff C 
Rob. N. Raikes, Zr.Co/.RengalStaffCorps 
Edw. E. Miller, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

George Solby, Colonel, R. Artillery 

George Verner, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Edward Wrav.CK. Colonel, Royal Artillery 
Son.SirManry\\\i\iw,\.\,CB.KCSI.Lt.Col. 1 

Bengal S.C 5 

Alex. Boyd, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps .. 
Rich.C. Lawrence, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 



9 Jan. 44 
6 Sept. 33 

6 July 45 

7 Sept. 41 

7 Feb. 45 
3 Apr. 46 
9 Dec. 34 
g Mar. 39 
:4 Oct. 36 
:8 June 36 

8 July 42 

23 May ( 45 

5 May 37 
5 May 37 

14 Dec. 37 

15 Sept. 37 
1 Jan. 42 

27 Mar. 46 
15 Oct. 47 

10 Aug. 42 

28 Dec. 32 

9 Apr. 44 

24 May 39 
19 Mar. 39 

8 Oct. 47 

14 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 42 
28 Aug. 38 
27 Sept. 44 
22 May 3, 



1 Sept. 46 

8 Apr. 36 

4 May 47 
20 June 43 

5 May 48 

9 Sept. 48 
9 Mar. 42 
3 Aug. 40 

28 Dec. 38 
5 May 38 

24 Oct. 45 

31 Mar. 48 
1 Aug. 38 
1 Apr. 39 

27 May 39 

Aug. 41 

1 Apr. 45 

2 Nov. 47 
22 Dec. 48 

June 47 
Nov. 37 
Feb. 45 



5 Juno 4 
21 Nov. 5 



Dec. 



8 Dec. 40 
3 Bee. 33 

1 June 40 
28 July 43 

3 Dec 

4 Dec. 32 
3 Feb. 38 

5 June 39 
o Jan 

2 July 29 
8 Aug. 45 

22 Feb. 39 
7 Oct. 37 

26 June 44 

3 Dec. 47 

26 Jan. 25 
1 1 June 30 

23 May 48 

20 Feb. 26 

21 May 26 
1 3 June 26 
30 Nov. 26 

July " 



6 Dec. 44 
31 Dec. 39 

8 May 46 
2 Sept. 37 
23 Nov. 41 

.7 Feb. 37 
28 June 42 
27 Mar. 46 

12 Jan. 41 
1 Sept. 40 
8 Apr. 42 

13 Jan. 42 

22 May 46 

30 Dec. 35 

7 Aug. 46 
12 Oct. 41 

23 Apr. 41 
20 Nov. 46 

14 June 50 

31 July 37 

25 Jan. 33 

23 May 5 
30 June 32 
6 Aug. 34 
28 Aug. 33 

26 Nov. 27 
26 Mar. 38 



8 Nov. 53 
8 Aug. 45 
23 Nov. 52 

6 Oct. 54 
31 Oct. 51 

8 Dec. 49 
3 Oct. 54 

July 47 

7 Dec. 45 

1 Apr. 46 
1 June 

22 Nov. 50 
Apr. 46 
May 46 

27 July 46 
xi Nov. 
7 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 
26 Mar. 52 

23 Nov. 56 
25 Nov. 42 
16 July 52 

29 Jan. 47 

30 June 48 
14 Jan. 53 

29 Dec. 54 
25 June 51 
10 Jan. 51 
16 Jan. 52 

7 July 43 

30 June 48 
25 Apr. 45 

8 July 52 
5 Mar. 53 

3 Dec. 48 

4 Dec. 47 
4 Oct. 48 



2 Nov. 55 

1 Aug. 56 

2 Nov. 55 
1 Jan. 58 



2 Nov. 55 
26 Feb. 58 



29 Dec. 54 
2 Aug 
7 May 58 
6 Feb. 

26 Aug. 58 
26 Oct. 58 
26 Oct. 58 
19 Jan. 58 
17 July 55 
12 Dec. 

12 Dec. 54 

19 Jan. 58 

20 June 54 
6 June 56 

30 Sept. 57 
28 Jan. 60 

2 Nov. 55 

6 June 56 

14 Aug. 57 
2 Nov. 55 
24 Mar. 58 

June 54 
20 July 58 
•9 Aug. 57 



29 July 59 
o July 58 
o July 58 

5 Aug. 59 

30 Aug. 39 

5 June 58 
3 Sept. 59 

25 Sept. 59 

6 Apr. 59 
3 Oct. 59 
8 Oct. 59 

21 Oct. 59 

25 Oct. 59 
28 Nov. 59 
28 Nov. 59 

20 July 58 

26 Dec. 56 
13 Jan. 60 

21 Feb. 60 
24 Mar. 58 
16 Mar. 60 
11 June 61 
24 Mar. 58 



I WHEN 



26 Dec. 56 
July 58 



Apr. 48 
25 Mar. 53 
7 Feb. 42 
21 Aug. 5 
20 Apr. 49 

20 Nov. 45 

7 Nov. 5 

21 Apr. 54 

12 Feb. 47 

8 Oct, 



4 Mar. 28130 Jan. 34 
19 Nov. 29 28 June 36 



Mar. 30 
June 30 
24 July 30 
Dec. 40 
June 34 
Jan. 35 



Henry Nicoll, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 



14 Jbeo. 35 

8 Aug. 39 
20 Apr. 35 

9 Nov. 42 
8 Jan. 40 

27 Dec. 4 : 



3 June 34 17 Sept. 4 
2 Dec. 34I 4 Nov. 38 



20 July 58 
8 Sept. 57 
6 June 56 
20 June 54 
12 Dec. 54 
14 Dec. 55 
17 July 55 
2 Nov. 55 
20 July 58 

26 Oct. 58 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 



4 Sept. 55 

Feb. 4 

1 May 4 

3 June 4 

Nov. 4 
9 July 43 

4 Mar. 43 
9 Nov. 44 

5 Mar. 45 

1 June 45 
24 July 45 
20 Jan. 53 

14 June 49 

15 Aug. 47 19 Jan. 58 
13 June 49 19 Jan. 58 
22 Oct. 491 19 Jan. 58 

1 



20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 
28 Nov. 54 
28 Nov. 54 

5 Sept. 55 
8 May 56 

6 Jane 56 

5 July 57 



1 Apr. 60 
oJuly 58 

July 58 

1 Nov. 57 

8 May 60 
:6 Apr. 59 

5 June 60 
1 July 60 

9 Jan. 58 
8 Feb. 6 

7 June 59 

8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 

26 Apr. 59 
25 Sept. 60 
20 July 58 

6 June 56 
23 Nov. 55 
12 Nov. 60 
23 Nov. 60 
23 Nov. 60 
18 Jan. 6 

25 Jan. 61 
15 Feb. 61 
15 Feb. 61 
[8 Feb. 61 
[8 Feb. 61 
[8 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 6i 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 6i 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 6i 



29 July 64 

30 July 64 

4 Aug. 64 

5 Aug. 64 
o Aug. 64 
8 Sept. 64 
3 Sept. 64 
5 Sept. 64 

2 Oct. 64 

3 Oct. 64 

8 Oct. 64 
21 Oct. 64 

25 Oct. 64 
28 Nov. 64 
28 Nov. 64 
15 Dec. 64 

26 Dec. 64 
13 Jan. 65 
21 Feb. 65 

9 Mar. 65 
6 Mar. 65 
:i Mar. 65 

30 Mar. 65 
Apr. 65 



23 Oct. 67 

o Nov. 65 



29 May 72 
Dec. 68 



31 May 76 



3 Apr. 65 
3 Apr. 65 

6 May 6i 

8 May 65 
;i May 65 

9 June 65 
21 July 65 

3 Aug. 65 
3 Aug. 65 

7 Sept. 65 
20 Sept. 65 
20 Sept. 65 
23 Sept. 65 

25 Sept. 65 

26 Sept. 65 

27 Sept. 65 

7 Oct. 65 
12 Nov. 65 
23 Nov. 65 
23 Nov. 65 
18 Jan. 66 

25 Jan. 66 
5 Feb. 66 
5 Feb. 66 

18 Feb. 66 

8 Feb. 66 
8 Feb. 66 
:8 Feb. 

:8 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
i8 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
[8 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
[8 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 



1 Sept. 74 

1 Apr. 66 

9 Sept. 74 
29 Nov. 76 



29 Oct. 73 

1 Oct. 67 
18 Dec. 75 
23 May 74 

20 Oct. 69 



Colonels. 



COliNET, 

2nd lieut. 

OTENSIGN. 



John Worgan, Colonel, Roval Artillery ... 
Wm. Sparkes Hatch, Col, Royal Artillery 
Andrew Wra. Macintirc, CB. Col. R. Art.... 
John Gordon Petrie, CB. Col. R. Artillery 
G. A. Fisher, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps. 
Crawford Cooke, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
John Wilson, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Sept. H. Becher, Lt. Col. Bengal Stuff C. >ri is 
Fred. D. Atkinson, Lt. Col, Bengal StaffC. 
A. Knox Gore, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Cha. Harris, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff Corps . 
Fra. H. Scott, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
John S.D.Tulloch, Lt. Col. Bengal StaffC. 
Geo.W.Russell, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
M.C. Spottiswoode. if . Col. Madras Staff C 
Henry Man, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
John White, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps . 
Chas. L. Showers, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC 
Aug. Turner, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Henry D. Innes, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Henry Price de Teissier, Col. R. Artillery. 
Craven Hildesley Dickens, CSI. Col, R. Art, 
Donald Campbell Yanrenen,Co/on<?Z,R.Art 
Fred. Wm. Swinhoe, Colonel, R. Artillery.. 
W.C.R.Macdonald.if.CW. Madras St;, ill '. 
T. A. Carey, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps . 
Cha. F. M. 'Mundv, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
William Wigram Barry, CB. Lt. Col, R. Art. 
Bon. Davicf M'D. Fraser, CB. Col. R. Art. 
A. R. Thornhill, Lt, Col. Madras Staff Corps 
John Patrick Redmond," 5 CB. Lt.Col. 

Brigade Depot, Cardiff 

Edw. Gascoigne Bulwer, 116 C.B. h.p. Bri- 
gade Depot, Assistant Adjutant General 

for Auxiliary Forces 

J. C. Brooke, Lt.Col, Bengal Stuff Corps 
Rob. Woolley, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Edw. T.Dalton, CSI.Lt. Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Henry Le Geyt Bruce, CB. Colonel, R. Art 
Lothian Nicholson, CB. Lt.Col. R. Eng... 
.Hon. Hussey Fane Keane.CJS. Col. R. E. .. 
George Henry, l/o>-o;mo/Conyngham, ) 
Major and Lt.Col, h.p. i Life Guards, \ 

Extra Equerry to the Queen ) 

Wm. J. Esten Grant, CB. Colonel, R.Art. 



LIEV/T. 



ii Dec. 4< 
10 Dec. 4 
9 June 3 
i June 4 

9 June 3 
2 Dec. 34 
4 Dec. 32 
1 June 34 
1 June 33 

ii Jan. 35 
9 Feb. 35 
vj Mar. 34 

14 June 32 
18 July 32 

15 Feb. 34 

10 Mar. 34 

11 June 33 
21 Jan. 35 
13 June 34 

9 Feb. 35 
11 Dec. 37 
1 1 June 38 

10 Dec. 39 

11 June 40 
24 Feb. 35 

May 43 
23 Mar. 35 
1 May 46 
1 Jan. 
■7 Apr. 35 
7 Jan 

ii Aug. 49 

.2 June 35 
:3 June 35 
■.3 June 35 
:5 Feb. 42 
6 Aug. 46 
19 Mar 



CAPTAIN. 



Dec. 



Depot, Chichester 

c. John Walpole D'Ovly, Lt, Col. h.p. 11 F. 
Alexander Tod Cadell, Colonel, R. Art. 
Douglas Gaye, Colonel, Royal Artillery 
Edward Fellowes, 1 " 1 Major, Unattached 
Rob. Richards, Lt. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Coote Synge Hutchinson, 17 Major, h.p. \ 

2 Dr. Gds i 

Cha.R.W.Hervey, CB. Lt.Col, Bom. S.Cor 
Jas. E. Gastrell, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Cha. Vanbrugh Jenkins, Lt. Col. 19 Hussars 
Pearson S. Thompson, 3i CB. Lt. Col. \ 

Brigade Depot, Sunderland I 

John Henry Ford Elkington, Lt. Col. 6 F. 
JohnDesborough, CB. Colonel, R. Artillery 
Tho. Thompson, if. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
S. J. K. Whitehill, Lt.Col. 'Bom. Staff Corps 
Aug. Fred. Steele, 119 Major, h.p. 7 Hussars 
A.H.LaneFox, 120 Zr. Col. BVcpot, Guildford 
Geo. Alex. Leckie, Lt. Col. Bom. Staff Corps 
H. D. Abbott, CB.Lt, Col. Madr. Staff Corps 
Robert Cadell, CB. Colonel, Royal Artillery 
Henry Grierson, 45 Lt.Col. h.p. 15 Foot ... 
Stephen Fra. Cha. Annesley, 35 Lt.Col. \ 

Brigade Depot, Aberdeen J 

Charles Taylor Du Plat, Colonel, R. 1 

Artillery, Equerry to the Queen ) 

Son. John J. Bourke, 18 LZ.CuZ. Brigade \ 

Depot, Bristol i 

E. W. Boudier, ZZ.CoZ. Madras Stall' Corps 
S. Richards, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps . 
Sir Archibald Alison, Bt.^KCB. Lt.Col. 1 
TJnatt. Bey. Adjutant Gen. in Ireland!) 
Lindsay Fanington, 113 Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Unrein $ 

John Baylv, < IS. Colonel, Roval Engineers 
Sir William F. D. Jervois, CB. KCMG. \ 

Colonel, R. Engineers J 

Tho. L. John Gallwey, Colonel, R. Eng... 
Richard Burnaby, Colonel, R. Engineers 
p.s.c. Henry Pool Yates, Cll. LI. Col. R.Art. 
JohnEdwiml Micliell, CB. Lt.Col. H.Arl. 

Cha. Hodjrkj iwoi 1 Smith, CB.Lt. OolM. Art. 

Nath. Ocl;,. .1-, :\'urwr.ClS. Lt.Col M.kvt. 

U(C W. Oatesl tinox, CB. JM.CW.R.Eng. 
P.C. Penrose, Ch. 1 '«'. Com. R. Marines ... 
Geo. Brydges Rodney, Col. Com. R. .Marines 
P. H. Fellowcs, Colonel Com. R. Marines... 



1 Jan. 

27 Sept. 42 
17 Sept. 4 

12 Dec. 34 
11 Dec. 
23 Apr. 39 

13 Nov. 



•■5 Aug. 42 

7 Jan. 44 
S June 40 
s8 Feb. 43 

1 Feb. 37 
[ 4 Feb. 36 
19 Aug. 37 

3 Oct. 40 
3 Oct. 40 

8 July 36 

8 Oct. 39 

2 Jan 

9 July 40 
5 May 30 
8 Oct. 39 

5 Mar. 38 

6 Sept. 38 
8 Oct. 39 

28 June 37 

8 Sept. 37 
17 Aug. 41 
17 Aug. 41 
13 Jan. 42 

13 Jan. 42 

14 Jan. 41 

9 Sept.49 
1 July 40 
9 Nov. 46 

14 Jan. 
25 Oct. 37 

29 Sept. 43 



14 June 5' 
11 Dec. 35 
11 Dec. 35 
24 Jan 
5 Aug. 42 
28 Aug. 46 
8 June 42 
7 Jan. 36 
7 Jan. 36 
18 Nov. 41 



3 Oct. 

3 July 

24 Dec. 
3 July 45 

26 Jan. 47 

28 June 42 

19 Oct. 50 

31 Dec. 42 

8 May 46 

5 Sept. 43 
17 Aug. 41 

3 July 45 

29 Apr. 42 
8 Oct. 39 
1 Aug. 51 

12 Nov. 39 
8 Oct. 39 
1 Jan. 44 

7 June 44 
,0 Mar. 

6 Apr. 

4 Mar. 38 
3 Oct. 

17 Mar. 43 
6 May 45 

8 Oct. 
3 Oct, 

3 J«iy 45 



7 Feb. 36 
9 Feb. 36 

11 June 

9 Aug. 33 

6 July 38 
19 June 4 
21 May 4 

8 Mar. 36 
8 Mar. 36 
3 Nov. 46 

23 June 43 
19 Mar. 39 
19 Mar. 39 
19 Mar. 39 
in Mar. : 1 
2 May 47 
16 Dec. 46 

18 Dec. 
2 May 47 

27 Juno 48 

19 Dec. 37I 3 July 

19 Dec. 37 14 Aug. 4 1 1 
31 Mar. 3 8|i2 Feb. 4 s| 



17 Aug. 41 
27 Apr. 42 

22 July 4 
3 May 40 
3 Oct. 40 

ii Sept.49 

27 Sept. 4 
16 Sept. 4 
8 Oct. 4 

23 Nov. 41 
7 Dec 

30 Juno 48 
27 Sept. 47 
13 Apr. 46 
jo June 48 
7 Feb. 



5 Aug. 52 
9 Aug. 54 
9 June 46 
:i Dec. 53 
9 June 46 
2 Dec. 49 

Nov. 46 

1 Dec. 46 

2 July 47 
i2 Feb. 47 

3 May 47 
3 Ap: 

14 June 47 
18 July 47 
31 Dec. 47 
.8 Apr. 48 

11 June 48 

27 Oct 
13 June 49 
,9 Feb. 50 
ti Dec, 

3 Mar. 53 

28 Apr. 53 
1 July 53 
i 4 Feb 
9 Scpt.56 

:i NOV. 48 

: 7 Fel 

27 May 50 
26 Aug. 46 

20 May 

21 Sept. 54 

12 June 50 
16 Oct. 46 

13 June 50 

15 Feb. 57 
1 Apr. 55 

14 Aug. 49 

4 Aug. 54 

1 Nov. 48 
12 Oct. 52 

15 June 49 
1,2 Dec. 49 

29 Aug. 54 

6 Dec. 50 

7 May 49 

30 Nov. 55 

2 Nov. 46 
9 Mar. 49 

31 Jan. 52 

3 Sept.47 
2 Oct. 54 

5 Feb. 49 

21 Dec. 45 
_ Jan. 5 

24 May 50 
2 Aug. 50 

22 Mar. 49 
9 Feb, 

11 June 57 

6 May 42 
22 Oct. 47 



9 Jan. 5S 
9 Jan. 58 
o July 58 
o July 5S 
4 Nov. 58 
7 July 59 
o July 59 
29 Aug. 59 
16 Dec. 59 
2 June 
6 Apr. 60 

6 June 60 

7 Oct. 60 
25 Jan. 6: 
:8 Feb. 6 
:8 Feb. 6: 

8 Feb. 6 
:8 Feb. 6 
.8 Feb. 6 
8 Feb. 6 



18 Feb. 6: 
24 Mar. 51 

18 Feb. 6: 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 

15 May 59 
11 May 55 

26 Jan. 58 

19 Aug. 59 
30 May 59 
18 Feb. 6 
24 Mar. 5! 

2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 



2 Nov. 55 

2 Dee. 54 

3 July 58 



30 June 48 

1 June 49 
13 Oct. 47 
15 Feb. 47 
11 Nov. 53 

9 July 50 
3 Sept.47 

13 Dec. 47 

2 Feb. 48 

14 Apr. 48 
6 July 54 

20 June 54 
17 Feb. 54 



Nc 



25 Nov. 5' 
22 Sept. 5 
6 Oct. 5 
2N0V.51I 



7 July 58 
[9 Jan. 58 
[8 Feb. 61 

1 July 57 
20 July 58 

6 June 56 
13 Oct. 60 
15 Oct. 57 
30 Apr. 60 

22 June 58 

12 Dec. 54 
18 Feb. 6 
24 Mar. 58 

28 Aug. 58 
20 June 54 
20 July 58 

23 Apr. 60 
27 May 56 

6 June 56 

13 Apr, 

6 June 56 

2 Dec. 59 

1 Nov. 58 

29 Sept. 54 

14 May 

9 Sept. 59 
12 Dec, 
'2 Nov. 55 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 

24 Mar. 58 
5 Sept. 58 

2 Nov. 55 



8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 6j 
18 Feb. 61 
iS Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
iS Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 6i 
24 Feb. 61 
26 Apr. 59 

23 Mar. 61 

24 Mar. 58 

26 Apr. 59 

27 Apr. 6 

10 May 6 
26 Apr. 59 

12 June 6: 

13 June 6: 
13 June 6: 
26 Apr. 59 
20 July 58 
26 July 62 

24 Aug. 6: 

1 Sept. 6: 



17 Sept. 61 

25 Sept. 61 

2 Oct. 61 

10 Nov. 61 
13 Nov. 61 

26 Apr. 59 

11 Dec. 61 
1 uec. 61 

11 Jan. 62 

3 July 60 

7 Dec. 58 
5 Feb " 
7 Jan, 
7 Jan. 62 
26 Apr 

5 May 57 
7 Feb. 62 
9 Feb. 62 

6 Apr. 59 

7 Oct 
24 June 59 



COLONEL. 



WHEN- 
PLACED ON 
HALE PAT. 



7 Mar. 6 



26 Apr. 59 
8 Mar. 62 
8 Mar. 62 

24 Mar. 58 

25 Mar. 6 

26 Mar. 62 

13 Feb. 61 

1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
26 Apr. 59 
26 Apr. 59 



8 Feb. 66 
8 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
[8 Feb. 66 
i8 Feb. 66 
r8 Feb. 66 
[8 Feb. 66 
[8 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 F 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
j 8 Feb. 66 
18 Feb. 66 
24 Feb. 66 
18 Mar. 66 

23 Mar. 66 

24 Mar. 66 
3 Apr. 66 

27 Apr. 66 
10 May 66 

23 May 66 

12 June 66 

13 June 66 

13 June 66 

14 July 66 
20 July 66 

3 Aug. 66 

24 Aug. 66 
24 Aug. 66 

6 Sept. 66 

7 Sept. 66 

5 Sept. 66 
2 Oct. 66 

10 Nov. 66 
13 Nov. 66 
[9 Nov. 66 
ii Dec. 66 
ii Dec. 66 

1 Jan. 67 

6 Jan. 67 

7 Jan. 67 

11 Jan. 67 
17 Jan. 67 

17 Jan. 67 
20 Jan. 67 
22 Jan. 67 

7 Feb. 67 
9 Feb. 67 
11 Feb. 67 

18 Feb. 67 
3 Mar. 67 

7 Mar. 67 

8 Mar. 67 
8 Mar. 67 



Mar. 67 
17 Mar. 67 

25 Mar. 67 

26 Mar. 67 
1 Apr. 67 
1 Apr. 67 
1 Apr. 67 

26 A]U\ 67 
26 Apr. 67 



6 Apr. 59 '26 Apr. 67 
6 Apr. 59126 Apr. 67 
6 Apr. 59' 26 Apr. 67 
8 May 62 J 8 May 67 
16 May 62! 16 May 67 
22 May 621,22 May 67 



May 67 



Mar. 70 



3 July 67 



Colonels. 



36 



Alex. Cssar Hawkins, CB. Colonel, R. Art 
Robert Boyle, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Marines 
Andrew Vance Falls, Colonel, R. Artillery 
S. J. Batten, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
John W. C. Williams, Colonel Comm. ) 

R. Marine Art ) 

Edw. Arthur Williams, CB. Colonel, R. Art. 
M. J. Turnbull, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Augustus Barnard Hankey.Zi. Col. BriO 

gade Depot, Dorchester 5 

Thomas Raikes, CB. Lt.Col. 44 Foot 

Fred. William Bond, Colonel, R. Artillery 
Edw. Ncwdigate, 122 Lt.Col. Brigade > 

Depot, Winchester i 

W.F. Lord Abinger, Lt.Col. ScotsFus.Gds 
G. N. K. A. Yonge, 1 * 3 Lt.Col. r.f.p.Bri-7 

gade Depot.....' ) 

Daniel George Robinson, Colonel, Royal ( 

Engineers i 

Robert Phavre, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 
J.H.M.Ba.bingtou.Zf.r.>,'. MailrasStatrc. 
Cha. OM'Callimi, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC. 
Tho. Greenawav, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC. 
Cha. M. Barrow, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
Daniel Boyd, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Geo. V. Johnson, Colonel, R. Artillery 

Adolphus Fred. Connell, Colonel, R.Art. .. 
Aug. W. H. Meyrick.i" Lt.Col. h.p. ) 

Brigade Depot S 

John C. Haughton, C.ST. Lt.Col. Ben. S. C. 
Francis Young, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC... 
Frederick Marshall, 1 " Lt.Col. h.p. 2 Life ) 

Guards, Aide de Camp to M.S.S. the- 

Commander in Chief ) 

Alfred Bassano, 126 CB. Major, h.p. 32 F. \ 

Assist. Military Secretary, Hong Kong ] 
Geo.S.Digby. CB. Col. Com. R.MarineArt. 

W. H. B. de Horsey, Lt.Col. Gr. Gds 

C.Wm. Adair, CB. Col. Com. R. Marines... 
S&Sir Hen. M. Havelock.ZV.i 2 ? CB.Maj. \ 

Unatt. MP. for Sunderland ) 

T. F. Wilson, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C... 
John Lindredge Klgee, Colonel, R. Art. ... 
Fra.H.Rundall, CSI. Colonel Com., R.Eng. 
Chas. VaughanWilkieson, Colonel, R. Eng. 
R.B.Pretteiohn,«C£\Z/.Co?.r.f.p.i8Hus... 
W. W. H. Greathed, CB. Colonel, R. Eng. 
Fairfax Chas. Hassard, CZ\C»/onef, R.Eng. 
Conyers Tower, CB. Lt.Col. Command- j 

ing Cavalry Depot )' 

Martin Dillon, CB. CST. Major, Ritle Brig. 
StrWm.Lockyer Merewether, CB.KCSI. \ 

Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps I 

c.Wm. Gordon Cameron, CB. Lt.Col. 4 F. 
Alfred W. Lucas, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Henry H.A.Wood, CB. Major, Bombay S. C 
Fra. A. Ellis Loch, CB.Major, Bombay S.C. 
Henry St. Clair Wilkins, Lt.Col. R. Eng.... 
Henry Wm. Holland, CB. Lt.Col. Bom. S.C. 
Alex. Ro>binson, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC... 
George Gleig Brown, Colonel, R. Artillery 
James George Fife, Colonel, R. Engineers 
Jenkin Jones, Colonel, Royal Engineers ... 
Chas. Waterloo Hutchinson, Col. R. Eng. 
Edw. Archibald Foord, Colonel, R. Eng.... 
Hill Wallace, CB. Colonel, Royal Artillery 
Charles Baring, 1 -- Major, h.p. Coldst. Gds. 
George Shaw, CB. Colonel, Royal Art. ... 
Fra. Greetham Kcmpster.Zf.Co'/.Mad.S.C. 
Wm. Hill, 13 *Zf.CV.h.p. 2 West India Regt. 
William Cosmo Trevor, CB. Lt. Col. 54 F. 
C. P. Molony.Zf.tW. Madras Staff Corps. 
H. Hopkinson, CSI. Lt.Col. Bengals. C. 
R. R. Mainwaring, Lt. Col. Bengal StaffC. 
M. T. Ffrench, Lt.Col. Madras^Staff C ... 
Alfred Fox Place, Lt. Col. Madras StaffC. 
E. B.Cureton, 2 7Z?.Co/. Brigade Dep. York 
H. K. Burne, CB. Lt. Col. Bengal S. 0. 
J. W. Lovell, CB. Colonel, R. Engineers 
W. S. Simpson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
P. P. L. O'Connell, Colonel, R. Engineers. 
C. T. Aitchison, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffC... 
-Sir John C. M'Leod, KCB. Lt.Col. 42 F. 
J. F. Pennycuick, CB. Lt.Col. R. Artillery 

ITCMark Walker, CB. Lt.Col. 45 Foot 

H. A. Sarel, 129 CB. Major, h.p. 17 Lane. \ 

Assist. Adj. 4' Q M. Gen. at Dover ...) 

A. A' Court Fisher, CB. Lt.Col.~R. Eng 

VC Gerald Graham, CB. Lt.Col. R. Kn« 
Edw. W. Ward, CMU Colonel. R. En<*. 
W. J. F. Stafford, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

J. T. Walker, Colonel, R. Engineers 

Philip Cosset Pipon. CB. Colonel, R. Art 
Sir R. J. Meade, KCSI. Lt. Col. Ben. S. C 



1 Jan. 
15 June 
1 1 June 39 
10 June 36 
7 July 42 
1 Jan. -,_ 

28 June 36 
30 Oct. 40 
25 Dec. 40 

June 3 

29 May 4 
Lpr. 46 

22 Aug. 34 

9 June 43 
>6 Jan. 39 
10 Jan. 37 
10 Jan. 37 
10 Jan. 37 
19 Jan. 37 
19 Jan. 37 
1 Jan. 42 
1 Jan. a.2 



5 Feb. 37 
5 Feb. 37 



Sept.49 



27 July 47 

3 Nov. . 
10 Mar. . 

20 June 45 

24 Jan. 45 

25 Sept. 4 
14 Apr. 46 

12 June 46 
29 June 37 

16 June 47 

1 Dec. 40 

13 Nov. 3S 
25 Feb. 

9 Oct. 

2 May 40 

3 Oct. 40 

4 Apr. 43 
4 Apr. 4j 
8 Sept.46 

16 July 42 
25 Aug. 40 

16 Sept.51 
24 May 48 



20 Nov. 54 

1 Nov. 4 S 

10 Aug. 50 

29 May 49 
4 Mar. 54 

1 1 June 54 

30 Apr. 52 
23 Nov. 49 

Jan. 47 

21 Nov. 56 
s8 Dec. 48 

2 May 47 
■7 Mar. 5 
:o Jan. 52 
;i Mar. 47 
■9 Aug. 47 

1 Nov. 48 

16 Nov. 48 

22 Feb. 50 

15 Feb. 52 

2 Mar. 48 

4 Feb. 59 

15 Oct. 56 

27 Dec. 54 
22 Mar. 50 

26 Nov. 51 
9 Oct. 57 

15 June 49 

8 Jan. 49 

1 Aug. 54 

9 Dec. 57 

17 Sept. 50 

27 Aug. 58 

14 July 51 

18 Jan. 50 

2 Nov. 55 
18 Mar. 56 

15 July 53 
7 Nov. 5' 



28 Jan. 


45 


29 May 


57 


27 Aug. 58 


1 June 


50 


31 Dec. 


V 


27 Apr 


S8 


28 Oct. 


s- 


24 May 56 


10 Mar 


S7 


9 Dec. 


^7 


27 Apr. 58 


29 Apr 


M 


9 Apr 


49 


5 Oct. 


52 


30 Nov 


55 


29 Nov 




11 Dec. 




12 Dec. 




10 Apr 


52 


21 Dec. 




21 Dec. 




31 Jan. 




6 June 




6 Dec. 




11 Jan. 




11 May 58 


16 Jan. 


55 


29 Dec. 


54 


21 Sept 


54 


15 May 


55 


18 Sept 


57 


23 Feb. 


56 


28 Oct. 


- 


28 Jan. 




15 Feb. 


53 


4 Dec. 


57 


5 Sept 


40 


6 Nov. 


4» 



Nov. 

AUg. j 



22 Apr. 59 
24 Mar. 58 

2 Nov. 55 
12 Dec. 54 

15 Jan. 56 



16 June 57 

6 July 60 
18 Feb. 6: 
18 Feb. 6: 

7 Dec. 58 
18 Feb. 6: 

3 Aug. 60 
31 Aug. 60 



18 Feb. 61 
29 Aug. 6: 



.14 Mar. 58 

2 Nov. 55 
12 Dec. 



14 Mar. 58 
5 Sept. 60 



20 July 5S 
28 Aug. 58 
2 Nov. 55 

17 May 61 
20 July 58 
24 Nov. 56 

24 Apr. 5. 
20 July 58 
20 July 58 
20 July 58 

25 July 61 

18 Feb. 61 
20 July 58 



12 Dec 




2 Nov 


55 


iSFeb 


fir 


16 Nov 


60 


6 June 56 


18 Feb 


6t 


18 Feb 


6t 


18 Feb 


61 


18 Feb 


6r 


18 Feb 


61 


26 Dec. 


56 


21 Nov 




12 Dec. 


54 


18 Feb 


61 


19 Jan. 


58 


16 Mar 


58 


12 Dec. 




6 June 56 


.•4 Mar 


53 


22 Sept.58 


22 Nov 




5 Jan. 


"4 


19 Jan. 


58 


m Jan. 


5« 


12 Dec. 


54 


20 July 5 S 



1 June ( 
6 Aug. ; 
9 June ( 
o June ( 



2 1 June ( 

28 June ( 

29 July 62 

30 July t 
2 Oct. t 

30 Apr. ( 
24 Apr. ; 
15 Junef 

31 Dec. t 
6 Jan. t 

10 Jan. t 
10 Jan. t 
10 Jan. t 
19 Jan. t 
19 Jan. t 
24 Jan. ( 
12 Feb. ( 

22 June 1 



[5 Feb. 
6 Mar. 63 



23 Mar. 6 j 
13 Mar. 57 

29 May 63 

26 Apr. 59 

24 Apr. 64 

27 June 63 

25 Sept.6 
29 June 63 

3 July 60 
15 Feb. 61 

3 Aug. 63 

4 Aug. 63 



1 June 67 
S June 67 
9 June 67 
10 June 67 

20 June 67 

21 June 67 
28 June 67 



i2 Nov. 6: 
8 Feb. 63 

1 Sept.64 

2 June 66 
8 Jan. 67 
1 Mar. 67 

25 July 67 

7 Aug. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept.63 
1 Sept.63 
1 Sept.63 
1 Sept.63 

21 Dec. 55 

20 Sept.63 

5 Oct. 63 

6 May 62 

8 Dec. 63 
[i Dec. 63 
[2 Dec. 63 
!i Dec. 63 

21 Dec. 63 
21 Dec. 63 

4 Feb. 62 
8 Mar. 63 

15 Dec. 61 
Jan. 64 
Jan. 64 
Jan. 64 

26 Nov. 61 
15 Feb. 61 
: 5 Feb. 61 
:S Feb. 61 

15 Feb. 61 
.5 Feb. 61 

5 Feb. 64 
3 Jan. 64 
7 Feb. 64 

7 May 61 
1 Mar. 64 



31 Dec. 67 



15 Feb. 68 

6 Mar. 

[6 Mar. 
83 Mar. 
29 Apr. 
29 May 

17 June 
20 June 

27 Juneau 
29 June 68 

29 June 68 
3 July 68 

7 July 68 

3 Aug. 68 

4 Aug. 

15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 

:S Aug. - 
t S Aug. 68 
15 Aug. '" 
15 Aug. „ u 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. '" 

27 Aug. uo 
1 Sept.68 
1 Sept.68 
1 Sept '" 
1 Sept. 

1 Sept.68 

1 Sept. " 

2 Sept 

20 Sept. 

5 Oct. 

28 Nov. 68 

8 Dec. 

11 Dec. 68 

12 Dec. 68 

21 Dec. 68 
21 Dec. 
21 Dec. 68 

28 Dec. 

30 Dec. 
5 Jan. 69 

11 Jan. 69 
15 Jan. 69 

18 Jan. 69 

29 Jan. 69 
5 Feb. 69 
5 Feb. 69 

5 Feb. 69 
5 Feb. 69 
5 Feb. 69 
5 Feb. 69 
2 Feb. 69 
7 Feb. 69 
1 Mar. 69 
1 Mar. 69 



11 Nov. 76 



16 Mar. 73 
7 Mar. 72 



23 June 69 



37 



Colonels. 



COK.NET, 
2nd LIEUT. L 
Or ENSIGN. 



J. M. Macgregor, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
RandleJ. Peilden, 1 " CMG. Li.CoZ. h.p.) 

Rifle Depot ) 

Geo. Holroyd, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
J. R. M'Mullin, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
F. J. B. Priestley, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Sir Roger Wm.* Henry Palmer, Bart. 135 ) 

Maj. 4- Lt.Col. h. p. 2 Life Gds ) 

F. P. Layard, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Sir Seymour J. B\mie,Burt. m CEMqjor, ) 

h.p. Rifle Brigade S 

Geo. Thos. Field, Colonel. R. Artillery 

Arch. Rich. Harenc, 131 t Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Great Yarmouth j 

James Gubbins, 133 Lt.Col. h.p. Br. Depot 
Alfred Cooper, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
ITffl; Gerald L. Goodlake, 36 Major, h.p. - 

Coldst. Gds. Aide de Camp to the Queen 
-Hbn.Rich.MoiiCk.Gi;iM-Z?.CW.Coldst.Gds 
Jas. Clerk Rattrav, 13 ? CB. Lt.Col.h.-p.goF. 
Arthur Howlett, CB. Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Thos. Peach Waterman, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 
Geo. S. Alex. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bom. S.C. 
C. W. Randolph. Capt.^Lt.Col.h. p.Gr.Gds. 

Henry George "Woods. Lt.Col. 8 Foot 

Fra. Locker Whitmnre. 13 - Major, Unatt. ) 

Commandant of the School of Music at \ 

Kneller Hall ) 

Horace Parker Newton, Colonel, R. Art.... 
p.s.c.Hon.W. H. A. Feilding.J/o/orC. Gds 
Alex. Cameron Gleig, 136 Lt.Col, h. p. R.) 

Artillery, Inspector of Army Schools ... $ 
O. E. Rothney, CSL. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Fred. WJm. Traill-Burroughs,"* CB. Lt. } 

Colonel, h.p. 93 Foot J 

Sir Charles Henry Brownlow, KC'B. ) 

Lt.Col, Bengal Staff Corps | 

Cha. P. Keyes, CB. Lt.Col, Madras S. C. 
C.Fred. Torrens Daniell, 3 ? Lt.Col. h.p. ) 

28 F. A. Adj. and Q.M.G , Manchester} 
Win. D. Morgan, Lt.Col, Bengal S. C. ... 
Alex. Fraser, CB. Colonel, R. Engineers... 
Thomas Wright, CB.Lt. CoZ.Bengal Staff C. 

Wm. Kelty M'Leod, Lt.Col, 74 Foot 

Edw. Howard Vyse, Lt.Col. 3 Hussars ... 
John Henry Stewart, Col. 2nd Com. R.Mar. 
Alex. Abercromby Nelson, 139 CB. Major, ) 

Dnatt '. J 

Geo. Cliffe Hatch, Lt.Col, Bengal S. C. ... 

Willoughby Crewe, Madras S. C 

Fra. John Moberly, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Charles Geo.Arbuthnot,C_B. Colonel, R. Art. 

Edwyn S. Burnaby, Major Gr. Gds 

William Roberts, Lt.Col, 5 Foot 

JohnM. Grant, Col., R. Engineers 

Sweedland Mainwaring, Lt.Col. Mad. S.C. 
William Rickinan, 139 t Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Leicester J 

James Edmund Mayne, Lt.Col, Mad. S. C. 
Henrv Francis, Colonel, Royal Artillery . . 
Aug. Henry Ternan, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Samuel Stallard, Colonel, Royal Artillery.. 
CampbellC.G. Ross,Lt.Col. Bengal Stal'l'C 

Chas. R. O. Evans, Col. R. Artillery 

UC John Aug. Wood, Lt.Col, Bombay S.C. 
Wm. C. Fra. Gosling, Colonel, R. Artillery 
Fred. Geo.T. Deshon, 140 J/u/.h.p.Dep.Batt 
P.S.Lunisden.CB.C.S'/. if. Co?. Bengal S.C 
Geo. Dean Pitt, 141 CB.il.Ta/oj-,h.p.8oFoot, ) 

Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master - 

General, Cape of Good Mope J 

Henry Drummond, Colonel, R. Engineers. 
Geo. Neeld Boldero, 14 - Major, h.p. Dep. ) 

Batt. DepuiuAdj. Sc Q. M. Gen. , Malta j 
Geo. Mein, 143 Lt. Col, Brig. Depot, Taunto, 
Fra. Gordon Hibbert, 144 £<. Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Omiiyh j' 

JohnPeel, 14r 'jl/t(/o)-,h.p.Depot Batt.^£ssi«<. ) 

Adj. and, Q.M.G., Home District ) 

Lewis Edw. Knight, 140 Lt. Col. Brigade ) 

Depot, Derby t 

Wm. Earle, Cil.Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gr. Gds.. 
Sydney Joseph Hire, Lt.Col, Bengal S. C 
Uffi J. Watson, CB. Lt.Col, Bombay S.C 
Patrick Robertson- Ross, 14 ? CB. Lt.Col.} 

Brigade Depot, Halifax ) 

Francis William Hastings, Lt.Col. R. Art 
Richard Herbert Gall, 148 CB. Major, b.4 

14 Hussars, Aide de Camp lo the Queen, I 

Major 4- 1 'A. Gait., j;„y a I Hospital, Chehra I 
JohnNorman H. Maclean, Lt. Col. Mad. S.C. 
Edward James Lawder, Lt.Col, Mad. S. C. 



19 Dec 45 
29 Apr. 38 
14 June 50 
2 Mar. 49 
17 Jan. 51 
1 1 June 38 
[i June 38 
r2 June 38 
:o Feb. 43 
13 Oct. 43 



7 Aug. 35 

1 Jan. 43 
3 Feb. 52 
1 Jan. 43 
27 June 41 
31 Mar. 48 
20 Dec. 47 



: Mar. 38 3 
: Mar. 43 
: Mar. 38 



! Jan. 53 
i Mar. 48 



4 Sept. 54 
[6 July 42 
28 June 50 

Jan. 43 30 Oct. 43 
r. 42 25 Apr. 45 
[3 Apr. 49 
[9 Feb. 51 
27 June 51 
[7 Oct. 51 
.1 Aug. 54 
3 Oct. 40 
[6 July 42 

5 July 44 
23 Mar. 45 
20 Oct. 48 



Dec _ 
6 Mar. 35 
12 Dec. 38 



2 Dec. 



>6 Sept. 41 

7 July 4= 

8 Apr. 42 



:o May 39 

1 Apr. 44 
:6 July 53 
1 Apr. 44 
20 July 43 
23 Sept. 51 
o Sept. 52 



4 Apr. 43 30 Nov. 48 
3 Jan. 45 7 Mar. 49 
Dec. 40 19 Jan. 43 
Dec. 43 9 Nov. 48 
„ Jan. 42 15 Dec. 44 
6 June 45 31 July 46 
Aug. 49 3 Feb. 54 
° 7 Aug. 42 



Mar. 39 
Nov. 40 
- j Oct. 40 
9 Dec. 44 15 Feb. 54 

7 June 43 1 Feb. 45 

3 Nov. 46 

Nov. 39 10 July 43 

. Jan. 42118 Mar. 45 
15 Jan. 39' 16 July 42 
t2 Sept.48 31 Oct. 51 
24 Jan. 39 20 Feb. 44 

8 Jan. 42 3 July 45 
24 Jan. 39 19 Apr. 42 

:i Dec. 41 3 July 45 
4 Apr. 41 1 6 May 44 
.7 June 43 4 Feb. 45 
6 July 39! 31 Mar. 42 
11 June 40 31 Dec. 42 



29 Dec. 37 



10 Dec. 47 23 May 54 



ii Oct. 39 

8 Dec. 43 
8 Oct. 47 
:g June 35 
5 Apr. 51 
!2 June 47 
17 Sept.50 
17 Oct. 51 
[2 June 41 
3 Feb. 48 
7 Apr. 48 
17 June 43 



j Jan. 4 



:9 Jan. 44 
1 May 4s 
3 Apr. 4c, 

21 Apr. 3c 
23 Nov. 52 
19 Oct. 4S 
19 Aug. 51 

6 June 54 

22 Mar. 4^ 

7 July 5; 
5 Dec. 51 
5 Apr. 45 



1 Mar. 53 
=3 Dec. 53 
1 Mar. 53 

I Mar. 5J$| 
si Jan. 53 
>2 July 59 
jo Apr. 51 

9 Oct. 54 
23 May 50 

6 June 54 
:8 Feb. 53 
29 Apr. 53 

14 July 54 

23 Mar. 55 
9 Sept.55 

20 Jan. 49 
1 June 53 

7 Feb. 52 

5 Feb. 5c 

29 Dec. 54 

3 Sept. 47 

8 July 50 

15 Dec. 54 

9 July 50 

15 May 52 
10 Nov. 54 

3 Nov. 58 

4 Apr. 58 

20 May 53 

:5 Hay 55 
4 Sept. 57 

7 Apr. 56 

14 Sept.50 
: 7 Feb. 57 
;8 0ct. 52 

31 July 46 
[9 Apr. 51 

24 Sept. 52 
27 Aug. 58 

4 Apr. 51 
>7 May 53 
■7 Aug. 52 
17 Dec. 53 

15 Jan. 54 

24 Mar. 54 

1 Nov. 49 

8 Jan. 57 
20 Sept.53 
17 Nov. 56 
to May 52 

6 June 51 

5 Apr. 51 

II June 55 

30 Nov. 49 



26 Apr. 59 
18 May 60 
18 Feb. 61 
tR Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 



2 Nov. 55 
20 July 58 

12 Dec. 54 
18 Feb. 61 
.4 June 56 



, Jan. 62 
26 Apr. 59 

" Feb. 61 
iS Feb. 6: 



1 June 62 
9 Jan. 58 
:o July 58 

iS Feb. 61 
16 Apr. 61 

2 Dec. 54 
! S Feb. 61 



4 May 49 

20 Sept. 57 

May 

Nov. 

June 

25 Nov. 

7 Nov. 
6 Feb. 
1 Dec. 

8 Feb. 
29 Dec. 
24 July 



3 July 35 7 Dec. 38 

[2 Juno 39 4 June 4 1 
18 June 39 17 Aug. 44 



! Feb. 61 

:g Jan. 58 17 Sept. 6 



7 Apr. 64 
:g Apr. 64 
.28 June 62 
29 Apr. 64 
29 Nov. 59 

7 Nov. 63 



2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 



8 Jan. 62 
27 Jan. 58 
:o June 62 
igOct 64 
6 June 56 
18 Feb. 61 
[8 Feb. 61 



1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 

1 Mar. 64 

2 Mar. 64 
8 Mar. 64 

: Mar. 64 



WHEN 
COLONEL. PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



1 Mar. 69 

1 Mar. 69 5 Jan. 76 

1 Mar. 69 

1 Mar. 69 

2 Mar. 69 

8 Mar. 69 3 Sept. 70 
11 Mar. 69 
19 Mar. 69 20 Mar. 

7 Apr. 69 

19 Apr. 69 

20 Apr. 69 

29 Apr. 69 

30 Apr. 69 7 Aug. 



I. May 09 



3 June 64 3 June 69 

- June64Jn June 69 

June 64 11 June 69 



!2 June 64 
t 7 July 57 
:8 Jan. 61 

21 July 64 

21 July 64 
15 June 60 



June 69 

, June 69 

10 July 69 

21 July 69 

t July 69 
i July 6g 



28 July 64 28 July 69 



10 June 63 
to Aug. 64 

5 Aug. 64 
5 Aug. 64 
7 July 62 



10 Aug. 69 

10 Aug. 69 

11 Aug. 69 
1 1 Aug. 69 
22 Aug. 69 



5 Aug. 64^5 Aug. 69 
31 Aug. 64' 31 Aug. 69 
5 Aug. 64 s Sept. 69 
9 Bept.64 9 Sept.69 
.8 Oct. 64 t 8 Oct. 69 
5 Nov. 69 



Nov. 64 
9 Dec. 64 
12 Dec. 64 



9 Dec. 69 



. .2 Dec. 69 
2 Dec. 64 12 Dec. 69 
.2 Dec. 64 12 Dec. 69 
. Nov. 55 29 Oct. 64' 18 Dec. 69 
2 Nov. 55!i8 Dec. 57127 Dec. 69 
2 Nov. 55-27 Dec. 64J27 Dec. 69 

7 Jan. 651 7 Jan. 70 

8 Feb. 61,15 Jan. 65J15 Jan. 70 
24 Apr. 55 12 Feb. 63^3 Jan. 70 
6 June 56 2 July 62)24 Jan. 70 
26 Apr. 59 24 Jan. 6524 Jan. 70 

18 Feb. 61 24 Jan. 65 24 Jan. 70 
24 Jan. 65 24 Jan. 70 

24 Mar. 58 5 Aug. 64^9 Jan. 
30 Jan. 63 9 Feb. 65! 9 Feb. 

19 Jan. 58 6 Apr. 63 I2 Feb. 
26 May 64J17 Feb. 65 T7 Feb. 

2 Nov. 55 10 Aug. 64 1 Mar. , _ 
' Mar. 70 



19 Feb. 6 
9 Mar. 61 

20 July 58 
2 Dec. 54 

30 June 54 
12 May 63 

17 July 55 

21 Feb. 60 



Aug. 66 
21 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 



3 June 



8 May 72 

3 Feb. 72 
30 Mar. 58 

29 July 69 
29 Oct. 73 

22 Sept. 75 



Dec. 76 



54 

5: 

Mar. 48 

12 June 54 
1 May 54 



2 Dec. 55 

19 Feb. 61 

17 July 55 
2 Nov. 55 

18 Sept.57 

18 Feb. 61 

20 July 58 



21 Mar. 70 
24 Mar. 70 



6 Feb. 62 31 Mar. 70 
22 Dec. 60 1 Apr. 70 
4 Apr. 65: 4 Apr. 70 

27 Mar. 63 16 Apr. 70 
19 July 64111 May 70 

28 Apr. 63 20 May 70 
10 June 62 28 May 70 
22 July 69 28 May 70 



5 Juno 65 

24 Mar. 58 

; June 65 



5 June 70 
8 June 70 
12 June 70 



:8 Juno 65 18 June 



Colonels. 



38 



COBNUT, 

2h(1lieut. 
otensign 



Andrew Mr.cqueen, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffG. 
George Rol.ert Phillips, Lt. Col. Mad. S.C. 
George Samuel Yomig, 14 '-» Afuy'.h.p. 80 F. > 

Assist. Adj. ir Q. M. Gen., Dublin $ 

Robert Nixon Tronson, Lt.Col. Ben. S. C 
Shurlock Henniug, CB. Lt.Col. 38 Foot .. 
Arthur Wombwell, 15 " Major, h.p. Dep. ) 
Batt., Assist. Ad/. Got. ul Portsmouth S 
Thomas Trenchard Haggard, Lt. Col.R. Art, 
John Clements Hailes, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Wm. C. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C 
Thomas C. Longcroft, Lt.Col. Mad. S. C. 
Henry Augustus Smyth, Colonel R. Art.. 
". Francis Burton.it. CoZ. Mad. S.C 
Snow Davies, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
PaulW. Phillipps, Colonel R. Artillery .. 
Wm. Alfred G. Wright. Cui. 211,1 Com.lX. Mar. 
George W. Forbes, Col. 2nd Com. R. Mar... 
Horatio Harbord Morant, 151 Lt.Col. Bri- ) 
gade Depot, Chester, Aide de Camp to - 

the Queen J 

F.John Richards, Col. 2nd Com. I). Mar. ... 
Frederick Samuel Blyth, Lt.Col. 40 Foot. 

John Hart Dunne, Lt.Col. 99 Foot 

Henry Adair, Col. 2nd Com. R. Marine Art. 
Thos. Rattray, CB.CSL.Lt Col. Bengal S.C. 
James Hyde Champion, Lt.Col. Bom. S. C. 
George Uvedale Price, Lt.Col. B ,m. S. C. 
Robson Benson, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
John Matthew Ci'ipps, Lt. < 'ol. Bengal S. G. 
John Pitcairn Sand with, Lt.Col. Bom. S.C. 
Arthur Butcher, J J. Col. Royal Marines .. 
Robert Hamilton Currie, Lt.Col. 39 Foot.. 

Jolm Bean, Col. Royal Knghieers 

Alfred Light, Colonel, Royal Artillery 

Charles Augustus Moyle.it. Col. Bom. S.C 
Thomas Casey Lyons, 156 Lt.Col. h.p. Br. ) 
Depot, Assist. Adj. 4- Q.M.Gen., Ireland \ 
Julius B. Dennys, Lt.Col. Bengal S. G. .. 
Reginald Gipps, Major .Scuts Fus. Gds. .. 
FitzRoy M. H. Sni.inr.n, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
JohnCockburn Hood. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 
George Colclough, Colonel R. Artillery .. 
Alex. J. H. Elliot, 157 Major, Unatt. \ 

Assistant Quarter Master General ) 

Henry L. Chermside, CB. Colonel R, Art.. 
Francis Mardall, Lt.Col. .Madras-; Staff G. 
George Baldock, Lt.Col. Madras Staff G. 
O. J. McL. Farrington, Lt. (W.Bengal S.C. 
Robert A. Logan, 4 ' CB. Lt.Col. h.p. 57 F, 
Fred. Wm. Graven Ord,Colonel R. Artillery 
Y€ Hugh Rowlands, CB. Lt.Col. 34 Foot 
John Nason. 158 Lt.Col. Brigade Depot,) 

Bury St. Edmunds j 

WilliamLeghCahusac.if.CoZ.BombayS.O 
Charles Curtis Drury, Lt.Col. Bengal's. 1 ' 
Henry Francis Williams, 159 Lt.Col.\ 

Brigade Depot, Bodmin j 

George Drury, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

George Byng Hariiian, 1 ' i "if.G, J /.h.p.Bri- ) 
gade Depot, Assist. Adj. and Quarter V 

Master Gen. Aldershot ' J 

Duncan Jas. Baillie, i^.CW.Brig. Depot, \ 

Fort George ) 

Edward Thos. Fasken.ii'.Go/.Madras S.C. 
Edward Moody Ryan, Lt.Col. Bengal S. G 
John Allen Wright, Lt.Col. Bengal Statl'G 
William C. Phillips, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Drury Curzon Drury Lowe.it. Col. i/Lan 
John Aug. Fuller, Colon, I 1!. Engineers.. 
James Sinclair Thomson, Lt.Col. 14 Foot 



HenryC.Johnstone.Ciy.il'. Col. Bengals.!'. 
p.s.c.C.O. Creagh-Osborne,CJ?.i/.CW. 6F. 
Stuart Fredk. Graham, Lt. ( 'ol. Bengal S.G. 
Benjamin Parrott, Lt.Col. Bengal Statl'G. 
John William Youiighusband, CSL.,\ 

Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps j 

Richd. Drapes Ardagh.i/. Col. MadrasS.C. 
Arthur Stevens, Lt.Col. Madras StaffG. 
James Nowell Young, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
John Loudon, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Geo. A. St.Peter Fooks.it. Col. Bengal S.C. 
HughHeefkeO'Connell.if.CW.MadrasS.C. 
Henry Shewell, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
William Charles Rich, Lt. C W.Madras S. C. 
A.J.Lyon-Fremantle, Major Coldst. Gds... 
Wm. Ales. Riach, Lt.Col. Madras Staff G. 
Augustus Ritherdon, Lt. Col. Madras S. C. 
Cha. St.G. Brownlow, Lt.Col. Bengal S.G 
Percy F. Gardiner. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. .. 
R. P. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 

c.John Hackett, 48 Lt :. Col. h.p. 76 Foot 

Alex. Hugh Cobbe, it.CoZ. 17 Foot 



18 June 39 
18 June 39 

16 July 4 
24 July 39 
20 Apr. 49 

5 Apr. 39 
14 June 45 
13 June 45 

6 Aug. 39 
20 Aug. 39 
20 Dec. 43 
18 Sept. 39 
18 Sept. 39 
20 Dec. 43 
24 Sept. 3. 

17 Nov. 40 

20 Aug. 44 

6 Mar. 41 
4 May 49 

21 Sept. 52 
29 Dec. 
io Dec. 

o Dec. 39 

Dec. 

Dec. 

1 Dec. 39 
1 Dec. 3; 
6 Mar. 4 
:8 Dec. 38 
9 Dec. 44 

1 June 

2 Dec. 39 
1 Oct. 
! Jan. 



1 Jan. 42 
29 Jan. 40 
19 June 44 

18 July 48 

19 June 

8 Feb. 40 
15 Feb. 40 
15 Feb. 40 
26 Oct. 41 
19 June 44 
25 Sept. 49 

9 May 46 
31 Mar. 40 
14 Apr. 40 

9 May 43 
6 Mar. 41 
8 Sept. 49 



26 July 44 

15 Aug. 42 
6 June 54 

29 Oct. 41 

1 Sept. 48 
17 Apr. 47 

2 Dec, 

16 July 42 
5 Apr. 45 

31 May 42 

2 May 43 
10 Apr. 45 
12 Apr. 43 
12 Aug. 43 

3 Nov. 46 

3 May 44 
19 July 50 

27 Jan. 54 
27 May 48 
24 Jan. 4 
12 May 42 

3 Oct. 40 

30 Apr. 42 
16 July 42 

5 May 44 
10 July 44 

14 Feb. 40 

15 Feb 

3 July 45 
2 Nov. 4: 

2 Nov. 49 
i2 Nov. 42 
10 Apr. 49 

22 Apr. 45 

5 Nov. 41 
26 Feb. 46 

4 June 50 

1 Apr. 46 
4 Dec. 44 

3 Jan. 42 

2 Nov. 42 

3 Mar. 43 

1 Apr. 46 
i Apr. 51 

4 Sept. 49 

23 Oct. 43 

6 July 42 
20 Dec. 44 

2 July 44 
1 June 50 



18 June 54 
18 June 54 
31 Oct. 52 
30 July 48 



26 Apr. 59 
18 Feb. 61 



3 Mar. 55 13 Nov. 60 
8 May 46 2 Nov. 55 
27 Aug. sS 20 July 58 

27 Aug. 58 

11 Sept.5o'i8 Feb. 6 
20 Aug. 54] 18 Feb. 6 
11 Aug. 51! 12 Feb. 63 
7 Mar. 48^18 Feb. 6: 



18 Sept. 54 
2 Sept. 51 

18 Jan. 53 
8 Apr. 53 

21 Oct. 53 



15 Aug. 53 
23 Dec. 53 
27 July 55 

19 Dec. 56 
' 1 Feb. 54 

9 Dec. 53 

5 July 49 
22 Feb. 53 

1 Sept. 50 
13 July 54 
'5 Aug. 53 

10 Feb. 52 
27 Aug. 5 S 

11 June 57 
25 June 52 
27 July 55 26 Apr. 59 

6 Jan. 52' 18 Feb 

20 June 54! 6 June 56 

17 Feb. 
10 June sol 20 July 58 

18 Mar. 52 3 Feb. 64 



Feb. 6: 
13 Feb. 63 
12 Jan. 65 
31 May 65 

26 Dec. k6 



21 Nov. 62 
3 Mar. 63 

1 May 58 
7 Dec. 58 
18 Feb. 6: 
18 Feb. 6 

18 Feb. 6 
iS Feb. 6 

6 June 56 

19 Jan. 58 
18 Feb. 6 



Dec. 54 

Apr. 52 

Feb. 55 

20 June 48 

Feb. 5 

Mar. 5 

Apr. s 

25 Aug. 54 

9 Oct. 54 

4 Aug. 53 

4 Apr. 55 

3 Mar 

8 Oct. 53 

9 June 55 



2S Feb. 45 2S Sept. 47 21 Apr. 54 

1 June 40 5 Mar. 44 11 June 55 

2 June 40 7 Aug. 4214 Aug. 53 
2 June 40 24 Jan. 45 12 June 55 



June 40 24 Jan. 45 
28 July 54 1 7 Nov. 54 
11 Dec. 46115 Feb. 54 
5 Nov. 42 13 June 46 



July 

8 June 41 
4 Aug. 40 

9 Aug. 40 
9 Aug. 40 

20 Aug. 40 
Aug. 40 2 Oct, 
Aug. 40 16 July 42 
Aug. 40 20 Sept. 42 

21 Aug. 40 24 Jan. 45 

30 Aug. 40 15 Aug. 42 

31 Aug. 40 16 July 42 1 
40 31 Dec. 44 



May 46 

5 Aug. 42 

1 Mar. 44 

6 July 42 
!4 Jan. 43 

2 Oct. 42 



12 June 55 
9 Nov. 56 

27 Apr. 5S 
9 July 52 



17 July 55 
12 Dec. 54 

18 Feb. 61 

18 Feb. 61 
iS Feb. 6 

19 June 5 
21 Feb. 64 

2 Nov. 55 

17 July 5 

18 Feb. 6 

18 Feb. 6 

19 Jan. 58 
27 Feb. 66 

2 Nov. 55 



18 Feb. 6 
18 Feb. 6 
18 Feb. 6: 
18 Feb. 6i 
10 June 62 



Sept, 



8 Dec 
19 Aug. 55 
so Aug. 55 
so Aug. 55 

9 Dec. 54 
:i Aug. 55 
•1 Aug. 55 
:oOct. 5 
3 Sept. 5 
1 Sept. 55 

o Dec. 52 29 Apr. 53 6 Nov. 54 
6 Sept. 40(24 Jan. 49 30 Sept. 54 
6 Sept. 40 J 26 Jan. 4310 Oct. 51 

6 Sept. 40 28 Sept. 43 28 Nov. 54 

7 Sept. 40 24 Jan. 45,27 Sept. 55 

8 Dec. 42! 13 Jan. 49 23 Nov. 56 
7 Nov. 37J28 Aug. 39 25 July 51 
6 June 43 '10 Jan. 45 21 July 48 



55 18. 

Mar. 54 11 May 60 
Aug. 55 



Feb. 6: 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 



18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
24 Mar. 5S 
18 Feb. 61 
24 Mar. 58 
12 Dec. 54 
2 Nov. 55 



18 June 65 
18 June 65 
24 Jan. 65 

24 July 65 

25 July 6 5 
22 June 64 

3 Aug. 65 
3 Aug. 6. 

6 Aug. 65 
20 Aug. 65 
31 Aug. 65 

18 Sept. 65 
iS Sept. 65 

20 Sept. 65 
10 Nov. 6, 
10 Nov. 65 

2 Dec. 62 

21 Nov. 6] 
21 Mar. 65 
25 Nov. 6s 

28 Nov. 65 
10 Dec. 65 
10 Dec. 65 
10 Dec. 65 

10 Dec. 65 

11 Dec. 65 
11 Dec. 65 
13 Dec. 6 

19 Dec. 65 

21 Dec. '_ 
9 Apr. 65 

22 Dec. 65 
25 Dec. 65 

3 Jan. 66 
2 Feb. 58 

25 Jan. 66 

29 Jan. 

30 Jan. 
8 June 63 

20 Dec. 

8 Feb. 
15 Feb. 66 
15 Feb. 66 

22 I eb. 63 

7 Feb. 66 

8 Nov. 65 
1 Apr. 63 
1 Mar. 66 

4 Apr. 66 

4 Aug. 64 

23 May 66 

9 Mar. 65 

5 June 66 

1 June 66 

2 June 66 
2 June 66 
2 June 66 

5 June 66 
20 June 66 

7 July 66 
ii July 66 
1 Apr. 66 

4 Aug. 66 
y Aug. 66 

9 Aug. 66 

Aug. 66 
20 Aug. 66J20 Aug. 7 

Aug. 66 21 Aug. 71 
Aug. 66I21 Aug. 71 
Aug. 66J21 Aug. 71 

30 Aug. 66130 Aug. 71 

31 Aug. 66 31 Aug. 71 

1 Sept. 66 1 1 Sept. 71 
o Apr. 6o| 6 Sept. 71 

6 Sept. 66 6 Sept. 71 

6 Sept. 66ji6 Sept. 71 

2 Aug. 65 26 Sept. 71 

7 Sept. 66 27 Sept. 71 

5 Feb. 56 30 Sept. 71 

6 Nov. 61 30 Sept. 71 

8 July 64 30 Oct. 71 



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18 June 70 
18 June 70 
20 July 70 

24 July 70 

25 July 70 

1 Aug. 70 
3 Aug. 70 
3 Aug. 70 

6 Aug. 70 
20 Aug. 70 
31 Aug. 70 
18 Sept. 70 

18 Sept. 70 

20 Sept. 70 
10 Mov. 70 
10 Nov. 70 

12 Nov. 70 

21 Nov. 70 

24 Nov. 70 

25 Nov. 70 

28 Nov. 70 
10 Dec. 
10 Dec. 
10 Dec. 70 

10 Dec. 70 

11 Dec. 70 
11 Dec. 70 

13 Dec. 70 

19 Dec. 70 

21 Dec. 70 

22 Dec. 70 

2 Dec. 70 
5 Dec. 70 
3. Ian. 7 
5 Jan. 7 

25 Jan. 7 

29 Jan. 7 

30 Jan. 7 

1 Feb. 71 

3 Feb. 7 
8 Feb. 7 
5 Feb. 7 
5 Feb. 7 

7 E e £" ? : 
27 Feb. 71 

23 Mar. 71 

8 Mar. 71 

1 Mar. 

4 Apr. 71 
18 Apr. 7: 
23 May 7: 

2 June 7: 



5 June 71 

1 June 71 

2 June 71 

2 June 71 
12 June 71 
15 June 71 
20 June 71 
27 July 71 
31 July 71 

3 Aug. 71 

4 Aug. 71 
19 Aug. 71 

19 Aug. 71 

20 Aug. 71 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



26 July 76 



39 



Colonels. 



COKNET, 
2nd LIEUT. | L 
Or ENSIGN. 



William Lyons, Lt.Col. h.p. 5 W. I. Regt. •) 

Brigade Depot, Ashton j 

John W. A. Kennedy, Lt.Col. R. Marines 
JohnIrvineMurrav,t'.B.Xf. Col. Ben galS.C. 
O. L.C. Williams, Xf. Co?. R. Horse Gds.... 
Thomas Gillilan, Lt. Col. Madras StaffG.. 
Robt. Thos. Leigh, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC. 
JohnFredk. Stoddard, Lt. Col. Madras S.C. 
John Elphinstone, Lt.Col. Madras Stan' C. 
Sir Lewis Pelly.KCSI. Lt. Col. Bomb. S.C. 
John Winburn Laurie, 133 Major, Unatt.... 
Henry Rawlins Drew, Lt. Col. Bengal S. C. 
Charles Hayes Abdy.X?. Col. Madras S. C. 
Chas. B. Basden, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Henry Arthur Dwy or, Lt. Col. Bengal S. C. 
A. H. Hope, Lt.Col. Madras Stan Corps. 
L. R. Christopher, Lt.Col. Bengal S. 0. 
J. T. Francis, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Robert Biddulph, Major, Royal Artillery 
Chas. Herbert, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Richard Thos. Glyn, Lt.Col. 24 Foot 

Charles Geo. Gordon, CB. Major, R, Eng. 
Aug. F. Baird, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
James Marquis, Lt. Col. Bengal StaffC. 
E. A. B. Travers, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. ... 
Alfred B. Little, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. ... 
James Crofton, Colonel Royal Engineers 
Wm. D. Dickson, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffC. 
John Dwyer, 162 Lt.Col. r.f.p. 14 Foot ... 
Fred. E. Appleyard, CB. Lt.Col. 85 Foot 
George Hyde Page, 163 Lt.Col. Brigade > 

Depot, Kingston-on-Thames i 

Andrew C. M'Master, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
John Louis Nation, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC. 
Wm. C. Russell, Colonel, Royal Artillery 
Allen B. Johnson, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC. 
VIH H. T. Macpherson, CB. Lt.Col. 1 

Bengal Staff Corps $ 

George Edw. Baines, 164 Lt.Col. h.p. 8 F. 
John P. Watts, Lt. Col. Madras Stafl'Corps 
H. F. M. Boisragon, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Henry W. Mawbey, Lt. Col. R. Marine Art. 
John Thomas Dalyell, Lt.Col. 21 Foot ... 
Wm. Cooper, 38 Lt.Col. Brig. Dep., Wrexham 
Fiennes M. Colvile, 7 CB. Lt.Col. Brigade ) 

Depot, Shrewsbury ... } 

UCJohnC.M'Neill, 1 " CB.CMG. Major, \ 

h.p. 48 Foot, Equerry to the Queen ) 

C. M. J. Thornton, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 
William Gordon, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Henry Stuart Bivar, LA. Col. Bengal S. C. 
Robert Ranken, Lt. Col. Madras StaffC. 
C.Lyons-Montgomery, X?.Co?.Bengal S.C. 
Blair Thos. Reid, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC. 
John Pigott Nixon, Lt. Col. Bombay S.C. 
Edm. F. Waterman, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Thomas H. Sibley, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Anthony Chas. Cooke, CB. Colonel, Royal ( 

Engineers ) 

John Everett Thring, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Charles Pasley, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Henry Wray, X/.fW. Royal Engineers ... 
George Leslie, Colonel, Royal Artillery ... 
Henry L. Fulke Greville, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
Thomas A. L. Murray, Colonel, R. Eng.... 
Thomas Inglis, Colonel Royal Engineers 
Sir A. Clarke, CB. KCMG. Col.B. Eng. ... 
John Yerbury Moggndge, Lt.Col. R.Eng. 

John Gordon Jervois, Lt.Col. R. Eng 

Alexander MacKeozie, CB. Lt.Col. 78 F.... 
A. T. Etheridge, CSI. Z<.Co?.BombavS.C. 

Vere Hunt Bowles, Lt.Col. 37 Foot .". 

John Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
Henry Woodbine Parish, 163 CB. Lt.Col. ") 

Brigade Depot, Devizes j 

Charles M Arthur, Lt.Col. R. Marines ... 

James Rose, Lt. Col. 2 Foot 

Edward Chippindall, CB. Lt.Col. 19 F... 
Alex. Geo. Davidson, Lt. Col. Madras S.C. 

Charles Knight Pearson, Lt.Col. 3 F 

William Charles Bancroft, Lt.Col. 16 F. ... 
Charles Stirling Dundas, Colonel, R. Art... 
Alex. A. Preston Browne, Lt.Col. 109 F. 
John C. B. Do Butts, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Geo. Richards Greaves, 1C ' J CB. Major, ) 

h.p. 70 F. Assist. Adjutant General j 

Charles Metcalfe Young, Colonel, R. Art. 
John Anthony Angelo, Lt.Col. R. Art. ... 
Wm. Calcott Clarke, LI. Col. Madras S.C. 
David John F. Newall, Li. Col. R. Artillery 

George H. Ha wes, Lt. Col. 9 Foot 

John Ignatius Macdonell, Lt.Col. 71 F. ... 
John Bates, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Geo. Noble Cave, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 




i Dec. 42 
3 June 43 
3 Oct. 41 
i Dec. 
\ Nov. 43 

> Apr. 44 
\ Dec. 41 

> Dec. 41 



Colonels 



40 



Fred. Schneider, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C 
John Dawson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Chas. F. Grant Lamb, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Fred. Alexander, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff S. 
Fra. Lane Magmae, Lt.Col. Madras S.O. 
Fra. Robert (llanville, Lt.Col. R.Artillery 
C.Frederick Hammers ley, 17 " Major, Unatt. 
Wm. Lovelace Dumaresq, Lt.Col. R. Art. 

Gwavas S. Tilly, Lt.Col. R. Kng 

Alexander Cadell, Colonel, R. Eng 

G. B.Mainwaring, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC 
W. E. White, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Charles Hight, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC. ... 
Arthur Bunny, CB. Lt.Col. R.Artillery... 

Henry Butler, 171 itujor, h.p. 57 Foot 

Robert Dundas Kerr, Lt. Colon,!. R. Kng... 
George Swiney, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC... 

F. W. A. Robson, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC. 

G. Le M. Tupper, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 

C. G. H. Coote, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC... 
John Davis, Lt. Colonel, 20 Foot 

D. E. Hoste, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.. 
Henry Heyinan, Lt. Colonel, Royal Art. ... 
A. H.' Paterson, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC... 
C. B. Ewart, CB. Lt.Col. R. Engineers ... 
C. B. P. N. H. Nugent, CB. Lt.Col. R. E. 
Roderick B. MacLeod, Lt.Col. 21 Hussars 

W. S. Oliphant, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 

George Pringle, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
Henry Hyde, Colonel Royal Engineers ... 
Edward Beltield, Lt.Col. Hoy :i\ Kngineers 
Henry Francis Bythesea, Lt.Col. h.p. 12 F. 
John B. Knocker, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC 
Wm. John Gray, LA. Colonel, R. Artillery 

E. N. Sandilands, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC 
John Stokes, CB. Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Henry D. Manning, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
James M. Nuttall, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
James A. Steel, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC. ... 
Ue R. H. Keatinge.CS'/. Lt.Col. Bom. S.C 
William L. Morrison, Colonel, R. Engineers 
John Doran, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC ... 
R. S. Couchmau, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C 
John Thacker, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffC... 
Thos. Warren Mercer, Lt. Col. Ben. S.C... 
Harry Smith Obbard, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
Cha. Thomas Palin, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Hugh Rose, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
G. B. Malleson, CSI. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 
John J. Fulton, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC... 
Robt. M.Macdonald, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Percy Leo Holmes, Lt.Col. Madras S. C... 
John Gray Touch, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC. 
Cha. Hopkins Byers, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 

Henry Kent, Lt. Colonel, 77 Foot 

Richard Bateson, Lt.Col. 1 Life Guards ... 
Charles Thompson, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
Cha. Crawford Mason, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Vincent J. Shortland, Lt.Col. Madras S.C'. 
J. E. Lake Willows, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Thos. H. Chamberlain, Lt.Col. Ben. S. C 
John Edw. Cracroft, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
Edmund Tyrwhitt, Lt.Col. Bengals. C... 
Lestock Bo'ileau Jones, Lt.Col. Ben. S. C. 
John S. Trevor, Colonel Royal Engineers 
Herbert D. Sladc. 28 Lt.Col. h.p. 1 Dr.Gds. 
Charles Fred. Hicks, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Alexander Carnegv, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 
Erskine G. Langmore, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
Wm. R. Houghton. Lt.Col. Bombay S. (.'. 
Charles Smith, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC. ... 
William Serrcs, l.t.( 0.'. .Madras StaffC... 
P. S. Cunningham, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Cecil Nicholls, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Lewis Wm. Buck, Lt.Col. Madras S.C... 
Aug. B. Marsack, Lt.Col. Madras S. C ... 

Wm. E. M. Reilly, CB. Lt.Col. R. Art 

William Bellairs, 17 - Major, Unatt 

Wm. Boyd Saunders, Lt.Col. Royal Art .. 
Charles Scott Elliot, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Harry C Anderson, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 
Robert Alex. Napper, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Charles Reay, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Herbert H. James, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C 
JohnB.Thelwall. CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
James Reid, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
James Emerson, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC... 
Hamilton Forbes Lt. Col. Bengal S.C. ... 
Henry Terrick FitzHugh, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
John Lawrence Bolton, Lt.Col. RovalArt. 
John Stewart Tulloh, CB. Lt.Col'. R. Art. 

Geo. H. J. A. Fraser, Lt.Col. R. Art 

Thomas Maunsell, 33 CB. Lt. Colonel, \ 

Brigade Depot, Reading j 



CORNET, 








LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 




WEES 


2ndLIECT.! LIEUT. 


CAPTAIN. 


MAJOR. 


COLONEL. 


PLACED ON 


Or ENSIGN. [ 










HALF PAT. 


10 Dec. 41 13 May 44 


10 Dec. 56 10 Dec. 61 


iu 1 ice. 1.; 


10 Dec. 72 




10 Dec. 41J10 Mar. 49 


10 Dec. 56 10 Dec. 61 


10 Dec. 67 


10 Dec. 72 




11 Dec. 41 5 July 44 


11 Feb. 55 11 Dec. 61 


11 Dec. 67 


11 Dec. 72 




11 Dec. 41; 3 July 45 


8 June 56 11 Dec. 61 


11 Dec. 67 


11 Dec. 72 




23 Dec. 41 18 Feb. 45 


23 Feb. 56 23 Dec. 61 


23 Dec. 67 


23 Dec. 72 




19 Dec. 441 1 Apr. 46 


6 Sept. 53, 12 Jan. 66 


29 Dec. 67 


29 Dec. 72 




1 July 42 21 Apr. 40 


25 Apr. 51 


6 June 56 


1 Jan. 68 


1 Jan. 73 




iS June 45 1 Apr. 46 


22 Sept. 53 


8 Feb. 66 


1 Jan. 68 


1 Jan. 73 




19 Dec. 441 1 Apr. 46 


20 June 54 




1 Jan. 68 


1 Jan. 73 




13 June 45 1 1 Jan. 54 


27 Aug. 58 




1 Jan. 68 


1 Jan. 73 




8 Jan. 42)21 Dec. 45 


1 Oct. 56 


8 Jan. 62 


8 Jan. 68 


8 Jan. 73 




8 Jan. 42|3i Jan. 45 


8 Jan, 57 


8 Jan. 62 


8 Jan. 68 


8 Jan. 73 




8 Jan. 42 31 Oct. 45 


8 Jan. 57 


8 Jan. 62 


8 Jan. 68 


8 Jan. 73 




8 Dec. 43;2i Dec. 45 


27 Apr. 58 


20 July 58 


5 Apr. 67 


10 Jan. 73 




2 Mar. 47 23 Mar. 49 


6 Nov. 54 


6 June 56 


21 Mar. 65 


16 Jan. 73 


14 May 73 


19 June 44 1 Apr. 46 


17 Feb. 54 


4 Feb. 67 


22 Jan. 68 


22 Jan. 73 




30 Jan. 42 5 Dec. 45 


9 Jan. 55 


30 Jan. 62 


30 Jan. 68 


30 Jan. 73 




30 Jan. 42 1 24 Jan. 45 


30 Jan. 57 


30 Jan. 62 


30 Jan. 68 


30 Jan. 73 




18 June 45; 1 Apr. 46 


26 Sept.53 


12 Dec. 54 


13 Aug. 62 


2 Feb. 73 




3 Feb. 42 24 Jan. 45 


3 Feb. 57 


3 Feb. 62 


3 Feb. 68 


3 Feb. 73 




13 Feb. 52 20 June 54 


16 Sept. 59 


21 Aug. 66 


15 Feb. 68 


15 Feb. 73 




18 June 45 1 Apr. 46 


24 Jan. 54 


12 Dec. 54 


3 Sept. 62 


1 Mar. 73 




18 June 45 1 Apr. 46 


29 Nov. 53 


4 Mar. 66 


29 Feb. 68 


1 Mar. 73 




3 Mar. 42 14 Apr. 44 


20 Apr. 55 


3 Mar. 62 


3 Mar. 68 


3 Mar. 73 




18 June 45 1 Apr. 46 


13 Dec. 54 


2 Nov. 55 


3 Mar. 66 


4 Mar. 73 




18 Dec. 45 1 Apr. 46 


13 Dec. 54 


2 Nov. 55 


4 Mar. 66 


4 Mar. 73 




4 Jan. 40 27 Sept. 43 


6 Sept. 51 


16 July 62 


4 Mar. 68 


4 Mar. 73 




12 Dec. 45 15 Feb. 54 


27 Aug. 58 




5 Mar. 68 


5 Mar. 73 




9 Mar. 42 [25 Nov. 44 


24 May 53 


9 Mar. 62 


9 Mar. 68 


9 Mar. 73 




7 June 44 26 Feb. 50 


27 Apr. 58 




13 Dec. 66 


16 Mar. 73 




18 Dec. 45 1 1 Apr. 46 


13 Dec. 54 




17 Mar. 68 


17 Mar. 73 




26 Sept. 45 2 Feb. 49 


29 Dec. 54 


20 July 66 


1 Apr. 68 


1 Apr. 73 


Aug. 73 


5 Apr. 42,18 Feb. 46 


30 Nov. 55 


5 Apr. 62 


5 Apr. 68 


5 Apr. 73 




8 Dec. 43 22 Dec. 45 


27 Apr. 58 


31 Oct. 67 


7 May 6S 


7 May 73 




21 May 42 3 Apr. 46 


21 Oct. 57 


21 May 62 


21 May 68 


21 May 73 




20 Dec. 43 1 Apr. 46 


I7 Feb. 54 


6 June 56 


6 July 67 


4 June 73 




10 Juno 42 31 Jan. 44 


3 Nov. 56 


10 June 62 


10 June 68 


10 June 73 




10 June 42 24 Jan. 45 


6 June 57 


10 June 62 


10 June 68 


10 June 73 




11 June 42 24 Jan. 45 


15 Jan. 56 


20 July 58 


29 Oct. 66 


11 June 73 




11 June 42 3 July 45 


3 Jan. 57 


20 July 58 


13 Nov. 66 


1 1 June 73 




17 June 43 1 Apr. 46 


17 Feb. 54 


10 Nov. 66 


6 July 67 


11 June 73 




11 June 42 20 Sept. 45 


1 Jan. 55 


1 1 June 62 


11 June 68 


11 June 73 




11 June 42 1 8 Apr. 45 


23 Nov. 56 


1 1 June 62 


1 1 June 68 


11 June 73 




11 June 42:21 Jan. 46 


23 Nov. 56 


11 June 62 


1 1 June 68 


11 June 73 




11 June 42 24 Jan. 45 


ti June 57 


11 June 62 


11 June 68 


11 June 73 




11 June 42' 11 Apr. 45 


11 June 57 


1 1 June 62 


11 June 6S 


1 1 June 73 




11 June 42:21 Jan. 46 


11 June 57 


1 1 June 62 


11 June 68 


1 1 June 73 




11 June 42 1 Apr. 47 


11 June 57 


11 June 62 


11 June6S 


11 June 73 




11 June 42 28 Sept. 47 


1 1 June 57 


1 1 June 62 


1 1 June 68 


11 June 73 




11 June 421 5 Mar. 40 


11 June 57 


11 June 62 


1 1 June 68 


11 June 73 




12 June 42 29 July 45 


12 June 57 


12 June 62 


12 June 68 


12 June 73 




12 June 42 9 Nov. 45 


12 June 57 


12 June 62 


12 June 68 


12 Juno 73 




12 June 42I 10 Nov. 46 


12 June 57 


12 June 62 


12 June 68 


12 June 73 




12 June 42)15 May 50 


12 June 57 


12 Juno 62 


12 June 68 


12 June 73 




8 Aug. 45-23 Aug. 50 


27 Sept. 54 


24 Aug. 54 


13 June 68 


13 June 73 




16 Mar. 49)31 Oct. 51 


15 May 55 




13 June 68 


13 June 73 




18 June 42 1 30 Sept. 44 


3 July 55 


18 June 62 


18 June 68 


18 June 73 




19 June 42! 2 May 47 


30 Jan. 56 


19 June 62 


19 June 68 


19 June 73 




19 June 42 16 Apr. 47 


19 June 57 


19 June 62 


19 Juue 68 


19 June 73 




23 June 42 


2o Mar. 50 


23 June 57 


23 June 62 


23 June 68 


23 June 73 




8 July 42 


24 Jan. 45 


23 Nov. 56 


8 July 62 


8 July 68 


8 July 73 




10 July 42 


11 Sept. 45 


10 July 57 


io July 62 


10 July 68 


10 July 73 




10 July 42 


1 July 46 


10 July 57 


10 July 62 


10 July 68 


10 July 73 




16 July 42 


24 Jan. 45 


9 Mar. 52 


20 Apr. 59 


16 July 6S 


16 July 73 




1 1 June 47 


15 Feb. 54 


27 Aug. 58 




1 Mar. 67 


17 July 73 




25 Oct. 42 


9 June 46 


28 Aug. 49 


21 Oct. 59 


22 July 68 


22 July 73 


9 Dec. 76 


25 July 42 


6 Mar. 46 


25 July 57 


25 July 62 


25 July 68 


25 July 73 




27 July 48 


22 Mar. 53 


15 Feb. 56 


7 Dec. 58 


9 Apr. 68 


27 July 73 




28 July 42 


31 Dec. 45 


23 Nov. 56 


28 July 62 


28 July 68 


28 July 73 




2 Aug. 42 


21 Jan. 46 


26 Mar. 52 


2 Aug. 62 


2 Aug. 6S 


2 Aug. 73 




2 Aug. 42 


30 May 46 


23 Nov. 56 


2 Aug. 62 


2 Aug. 68 


2 Aug. 73 




10 Aug. 42 


28 Aug. 46 


23 Nov. 56 


10 Aug. 62 


10 Aug. 68 


10 Aug. 73 




10 Aug. 42 


3 June 45 


10 Aug. 57 


10 Aug. 62 


10 Aug. 68 


10 Aug. 73 




12 Aug. 42 


19 Mar. 45 


1 Mar. 57 


20 Apr. 62 


12 Aug. 68 


12 Aug. 73 




20 Aug. 42 


11 Feb. 50 


20 Oct. 56 


20 Aug. 62 


20 Aug. 68 


20 Aug. 73 




20 Aug. 42 


18 Nov. 46 


20 Aug. 57 


20 Aug. 62 


20 Aug. 68 


20 Aug. 73 




18 Dec. 4s 


3 Apr. 46 


17 Feb. 54 


2 Nov. 55 


23 Mar. 65 


22 Aug. 73 




8 May 46 


6 July 49 


15 Sept. 54 


2 Nov. 55 


:6 Dec. 6= 


22 Aug. 73 


22 Aug. 73 


18 Dec. 45 


6 Apr. 46 


17 Feb. 54 


6 July 67 


22 Aug. 68 


22 Aug. 73 




29 Aug. 42 


4 June 47 


23 Nov. 56 


29 Aug. 62 


29 Aug. 68 


29 Aug. 73 




2 Sept. 42 


7 Mar. 47 


11 May 57 


20 July 58 


6 Dec. 66 


2 Sept. 73 




9 Sept. 42 


24 Jan. 45 


23 Nov. 56 


9 Sept. 62 


9 Sept, 68 


9 Sept. 73 




9 Sept. 42 


1 Jan. 49 


9 Sept. 57 


9 Sept. 62 


9 Sept. 68 


9 Sept. 73 




10 Dec. 44 


26 Feb. 48 


18 Dec. 57 


10 Dec. 64 


15 Aug. 68 


14 Sept.73 




4 Aug. 43 


3 Apr. 46 


21 Dec. 49 


26 Apr. 59 


28 Juue 68 


15 Sept.73 




24 Sept. 42 


30 Dec. 47 


23 Nov. 56 


24 Sept. 62 


24 Sept. 68 


24 Sept. 73 




24 Sept. 42 


10 June 45 


30 July 57 


24 Sept. 62 
,0 July 58 


24 Sept. 68 


24 Sept. 73 




3 Oct. 44 


31 Mar. 51 


25 Oct. 56 


4 Nov. 66 


29 Sept.73 




18 Dec. 45 


13 Apr. 46 


17 Feb. 54 


6 June 56 


1 Jan. 68 


30 Sept. 73 




18 Dec. 45 


26 May 46 


17 Feb. 54 


6 July 67 


30 Sept. 68 


30 Sept.73 




8 Dec. 43 


23 Jan. 46 


27 Apr. 58 


5 Aug. 64 


20 Oct. 68 


20 Oct. 73 




18 Dec. 45 


23 June 46 


17 Feb. 54 


3 Sept. 67 


25 Oct. 68 


25 Oct. 73 




27 May 42 


23 May 45 


8 Oct. 50 


2 Nov. 55 


10 Sept. 64 


28 Oct. 73 





4i 



Colonels. 



COKNET, 
udLIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



Son. George Wrottesley, Lt.Col. R. Eng.. 
Edw. Cha. A. Gordon, Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 

Joseph Godby, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 

DominickS;irsneld(;ivene,C.B.£<.CW.R.A 
Fra.Edw.Drewe, ;s0 £'. Col. B.Depot.Brccon 
Son. Cha.W. Thesigcr,£f.C'oZ.6Dragoons 
Thomas Nuttall, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Felix Thackeray Haig, Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 
Walter R. Lambert, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
John Fred. Lester, Lt.Col. Bombay 8. C 
Henry N. Miller, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. ... 
Henry King, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps.. 
Henry H. Firth, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
Whitworth Porter, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. ... 
Bdw. William Dance, Lt.Col. Royal Art.. 
ComwallisO. Maude, Li. Col. Bombay S.C. 
Alfred Becher, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 
Alex. Geo. M. Moore, Lt. Colonel, 4 Huss. 
J. A. M. Macdonald, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
DeSymons Barrow, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
James Davidson, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. ... 
Geo. Towers Hilliard, Lt. Col. Madras S.C, 
Ja3. Smith Martyr. Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Sir Francis W. Festing, CB. KCMG. } 

Captain, Royal Marine Artillery J 

Fitz William Fredk. Hunter, Lt.Col. 36 F, 
A. R. E. Hutchinson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Arthur Drury, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
«.GeorgeBagot, 49 L/. Col. Br. Depot, Galway 
Andrew Nugent, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoons .... 

Alex. G. Forsyth, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

Henry Beville, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 
George S. Macbean, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
John Irwin Willes, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
James Puckle, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Fra. Fisher Hamilton, 10 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. ) 
^F., Assist. Adj. 4~Q.M.Gen.,Devonport ) 
Win. G. Mainwaring, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C, 
Robert Henry Bolton, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

George Tito Brice, Lt.Col. 17 Foot , 

Geo. Fred. Campbell Bray, Lt.Col. 96 F.... 

George Rodney Brown, Lt.Col. R. Art 

Joshua Henry Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 

Henry Wm. Gulliver, Lt.Col. R. Eng 

y.#.c.yffiHenryEvelynWood,CB.3fo;.9oF. 
p.g.c.GeorgePomeroyColley, CB. Maj. 2 F. 

Wm. Anthony Gib, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

Wm. T. F. Farewell, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 

Frederick Hardy, Lt.Col. 84 Foot 

Son.Wm. Henry Herbert, 1 '' Lt.Col. h.p. > 
4W. I. Regt } 

A. Edw. H. Anson, CMG. CW.Royal Art 

Arthur Scott Moberly, Lt.Col. R. Eng. .. 

Aug. Wm. Ritherdon, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 

Edw. Henry Power, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

Fred. S. Hewett, Lt. Col. Bombay Staff C 

Daniel Mocatta, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 

George Wm. Praser, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 

H. M. Boddam, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C .. 

John James Dansey, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 

James S. Rawlins, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. .. 

Torin Thatcher, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C 

Wm. Henry Binny, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 

Son. Bernard Mathew Ward, 50 Lt.Col. \ 
Brigade Depot, Armagh j 

Cha. H.Palliser, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

John Wm. F. Bean, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 

Richard Freer, Lt.Col. 27 Foot 

c. St.Geo.MervynNugent, 178 Major, Unatt. 

H. C Fletcher, CMG. Major S.Fus. Gds. 

Alexander Pond, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 

Samuel Alex. Madden, Lt.Col. 51 Foot ... 

p.i.e.Robt. Crosse Stewart, 179 Major h.p. ] 
S Foot, Adj. Gen at Madras, with local \ 
rank of Brigadier General ) 

Henry Ernest T Williams, Lt.Col. 108 F. 

George Vincent Watson, Lt.Col. 24 Foot... 

William Rice, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Geo. Chas. Evezard, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 

Wm. Chase Parr, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. ... 

Robert Havard Price, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 

Son. Savage Mostyn, CB. Lt.Col. 23 Foot 

Napier George Campbell, Lt.Col. R. Art.. 

John James Hume, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 

Rich. Geo. Fred. Henegan, Lt. Col. R. Art. 

Geo. H. M. Aynsley, Lt.Col. Madras S.C... 

Anthony R. V. Crease, Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 

Geo. Craster Lambert,* Lt.Col. Brigade \ 
Depot, Newcastle j 

Fred. Rich. Maunscll, CB. Lt.Col. R. Eng. 

c. Joshua Henry Kirby, Lt.Col. 68 Foot... 

Charles T. Stewart, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 

p.i.c. O'Bryen IS Woolscy, Lt.Col. R. Art. 

Robert Baigrio, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 



8 Dec. 45 

8 Dec. 45 
1 May 46 

1 May 46 

7 May 50 
5 Aug. 53 

2 Aug. 45 

9 Dec. 44 
9 Dec. 42 
9 Dec. 42 

9 Dec. 42 
10 Dec. 42 

10 Dec. 42 

8 Dec. 45 
1 June 42 

1 Feb. 43 

2 Dec. 

13 Dec. 50 
Feb. 43 

28 Dec. 42 

Dec. 

Dec. 
28 Dec. 42 

3 July 50 

21 July 48 
30 Jan. 43 
30 Jan. 43 

20 June 45 
[7 Dec. 5 

7 Feb. 43 

14 June 45 

22 Feb. 43 
22 Feb. 
25 Feb. 

18 Jan. 50 

1 Mar 

2 Mar. 43 
22 Dec. 

22 Mar, 
7 June 44 
1 May 46 

12 Dec. 
7 Sept. S5 

28 May 52 

4 Apr. 43 
4 Apr. 43 

23 Nov. 49 

11 June 52 

19 June 44 

13 June 45 

21 May 43 

29 May 43 

9 June 43 
9 June 43 
9 June 43 
9 June 43 

10 June 43 
10 June 43 
10 June 43 

10 June 43 

12 July 50 

1 1 June 47 

21 June 43 

22 May 46 
25 Oct. 42 



LIEUT. 



i Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
:oOct. 46 

9 Nov. 46 

23 Sept. 51 
30 Dec. 53 
26 June 47 

5 Feb. 45 
1 Jan. 46 
21 Jan. 46 

21 Jan. 46 

8 Nov. 46 

5 Jan. 47 
1 Apr. 46 

28 Aug. 46 

9 Dec. 47 
3 Jan. 46 

6 July 52 
1 Jan. 46 
8 Sept. 48 

7 Mar. 46 

1 Aug. 47 

2 Nov. 47 

24 Feb. 54 

14 June 50 

22 July 46 

23 Aug. 44 

25 Sept. 46 
Nov 

29 July 43 

10 Feb. 48 

15 Dec. 47 
29 May 48 

7 Apr. 46 



Dec. 54 
-_ Dec. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
!i Sept. 54 

2 July 58 
23 Nov. 56 

27 Aug. 58 

29 Feb. 56 
26 Aug. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
10 Dec. 57 
10 Dec. 57 

3 Jan. 55 
;i June 57 
!3 Nov. 56 
!2 Dec. 57 

9 May 56 
21 Feb. 58 

30 Jan. 54 
~ Dec. 57 

__ Dec. 57 

28 Dec. 57 
6 Mar. 62 

29 Dec. 54 
8 July 57 
;o Jan. 58 
8 June 52 
8 Feb. 56 
1 Jan. 57 

4 June 60 
8 June 57 
:i July 57 
•■S Feb. 58 



11 July 43 

7 July 43 

25 Oct. 42 

11 Feb. 45 
9 Apr. 47 

26 Aug. 43 
26 Aug. 43 

1 Sept. 43 
1 Sept 43 
13 May 53 

8 Dec. 43 
4 Sept. 43 

13 June 45 
13 Sept. 43 
1 May 46 
20 Feb. 45 

12 June 46 
10 Aug. 38 
12 June 46 

6 Aug. 46 
3 Feb. 48 



29 Apr. 53 
21 Jan. 46 
16 Mar. 47 

30 Nov. 49 
27 Jan. 46 
13 May 46 

1 May 46 
15 Feb 

1 Feb. 56 
11 Aug. 54 

5 Aug. 47 
26 Jan. 45 

6 June 5 

25 Aug. 54 

1 Apr. 46 
15 Feb. 54 
23 Jan. 46 

23 May 46 
21 Jan. 48 
21 Dec. 45 

3 Nov. 46 

3 July 45 
10 Oct. 
13 June 49 
21 Jan. 46 

4 Mar. 48 
10 Feb. 54 

15 Nov. 53 

30 June 48 

13 Dec, 

31 Dec. 44 
8 Nov. 50 

26 Dec. 46 
4 July 45 

16 Sept. 45 

30 Apr. 46 

14 Nov 

15 Juno 48 
30 Nov. 48 

20 May 46 

10 Feb. 47 

21 Sept. 54 

2 Aug. 48 

24 July 47 

22 Nov. 48 
30 Mar. 49 

27 July 46 

11 Feb. 46 

15 Feb. 54 
8 Apr 
15 Feb. 54 
26 Nov. 46 

23 Apr. 59 



2 Nov. 55 
6 June 56 

24 Mar. 58 
6 June 56 

3 Dec. 61 
5 June 65 



2 Mar. 55 

1 Mar. 58 

2 Mar. 58 
7 Apr. 54 
1 Feb. 55 

'.7 Apr. 58 

13 Jan. 55 
27 Aug. 58 
16 Apr. 61 
:2 June 60 
23 Nov. 56 

9 Jan. 58 
27 Nov. 57 
[6 Nov. 55 
9 July 52 
27 Aug. 58 

Dec. 55 

Dec 

Apr. 56 
27 Aug. 57 

3 Sept. 57 
J7 Mar. 58 
23 Nov. 56 
21 July 57 
ic June 58 
10 June 58 

14 Mar. 56 
7 Apr. 60 

4 Sept. 57 
23 Mar. 55 

15 Mar. 53 

3 Nov „ , 

4 Aug. 57 
6 June 



9 Dec. 62 
9 Dec. 62 
9 Dec. 62 
o Dec. 62 

Dec. 62 

2 Nov. 55 
4 Nov. 66 

1 Feb. 63 
22 Dec. 62 

4 Sept. 67 

3 Oct. 60 
8 Dec. 62 

8 Dec. 62 
28 Dec. 62 
28 Dec. 62 
22 Apr. 62 

2 Nov. 55 
7 Dec. 58 

30 Jan. 63 
: 7 May 64 
1 1 Mar. 66 
7 Feb. 63 
14 June 65 

24 Mar. 58 
22 Feb. 63 

25 Feb. 63 
7 Dec. 62 

1 Mar. 63 

2 Mar. 63 
2 Nov. 55 

9 Dec. 62 
9 Dec. 67 



7 Feb. 

6 May 
28 Apr. 

3 June 

26 Aug. 
23 Nov. 

1 Sept. 

8 June 

27 Aug. 

4 Oct. 
27 Aug. 
13 Sept. 
13 Jan. 



27 Aug. 58 
30 Apr. 5 
27 Aug. 58 
17 Feb. 54 
4 Dec. 61 



WHBN 
)NEL. PLACED OK 
HALF PAT. 



i8 Aug. 58 
9 Aug. 62 
6 Mar. 63 
4 Apr. 63 
4 Apr. 63 
:i Nov. 62 
9 Mar. 67 
:i July 64 



21 May 63 
5 Oct. 6: 
9 June 63 
9 June 63 
9 June 63 
9 June 63 
10 June " 
10 June 63 
10 June 63 
10 June 63 
1 Oct. 62 
7 Apr. 60 
21 June 63 
19 Jan. 58 
18 Nov. 59 



7 Nov. 68 
31 Mar. 66 

1 Jan. 68 
10 Nov. 68 

1 Jan. 68 

2 Dec. 68 
15 Aug. 68 

6 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 

9 Dec. 68 
10 Dec. 68 
10 Dec. 68 
23 Aug. 66 

14 Dec. 68 

15 Aug. 68 

22 Dec. 68 

23 Dec. 68 

24 Dec. 68 
Dec. 68 
Dec. 68 
Dec. 68 
Dec. 68 

24 Oct. 72 
__ May 66 

20 Apr. 68 
30 Jan. 69 

3 Feb. 69 

3 Feb. 69 

7 Feb. 69 
[5 Aug. 68 
29 Apr. 66 
22 Feb. 69 

25 Feb. 69 
7 Feb. 69 

1 Mar. 69 

2 Mar. 69 

28 July 65 
15 Aug. 68 
17 Mar. 69 
[7 Mar. 69 

21 Mar. 69 
19 Jan. 73 
[5 May 73 

4 Apr. 69 

4 Apr. 69 

5 May 69 
25 Apr. 68 
[2 May 66 
r2 May 69 
21 May 69 

29 May 69 
9 June 69 
9 June 69 
9 June 69 
9 June 69 

10 June 69 
10 June 69 
10 June 69 
10 June 69 



11 July 63 
11 Aug. 63 

20 July 58 

2 Nov. 63 
6 Feb. 63 
26 Aug. 63 
26 Aug. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
29 Mar. 64 



4 Sept. 63 



3 Sept. 63 



11 July 63 



29 Dec. 67 
19 Jan. 64 



2 June 69 
_5 Aug. 68 
21 June 69 
17 Dec. 68 
5 Oct. 66 
24 June 59 

11 July 69 

24 July 69 

25 Mar. 69 

15 Aug 
21 Aug, 

26 Aug, 
26 Aug. 

1 Sept, 
1 Sept 
1 Sept 
1 Sept 
4 Sept 

12 Sept 

13 Sept. 
20 Oct. 



30 Oct. 

.4 Juno 
10 Nov. 
10 Nov. 
15 Nov. 
15 Aug. 



7 Nov. 73 
10 Nov. 73 
10 Nov. 73 
10 Nov. 73 
25 Nov. 73 

2 Dec. 73 

3 Eec. 73 
6 Dec. 73 
9 Dec. 73 
9 Dec. 73 

9 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 73 
14 Dec. 73 
-4 Dec. 73 

6 Dec. 73 
■2 Dec. 73 
■3 Dec. 73 

24 Dec. 73 
" Dec. 73 

Dec. 73 
— Dec. 

28 Dec. 

7 Jan. 
27 Jan. ,, 
30 Jan. 74 
30 Jan. 74 

3 Feb. 74 

3 Feb. 

7 Feb. 
[5 Feb. 
22 Feb. , , 

22 Feb. 74 

25 Feb. 74 
27 Feb. 74 

1 Mar. 74 

2 Mar. 

8 Mar. ,, 
13 Mar. 74 
17 Mar. 74 
1 7 Mar. 74 
21 Mar. 74 

i Apr. 74 

1 Apr. 74 

4 Apr. 74 

4 Apr. 74 

5 May 74 

9 May 74 
12 May 74 
12 May 74 
21 May 74 

29 May 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 

10 June 74 
10 June 74 
10 June 74 
10 June 74 
12 June 74 

19 June 74 
21 June 74 

23 June 74 

2 July 74 
7 July 74 

-1 July 74 

24 July 74 

25 July 74 

., 15 Aug. 74 

69 21 Aug. 74 

69 26 Aug. 74 

69 26 Aug. 74 

Sept.74 

, . Sept.74 

.69 1 Sept.74 

69 1 Sept.74 

69 4 Sept.74 

,69 12 Sept.74 

69 13 Sept.74 

69 20 Oct. 74 

69 30 Oct. 74 

69 10 Nov. 74 

69 10 Nov. 74 

o Nov. 74 

5 Nov. 74 

20 Nov. 74 



1 Oct 75 



Colonels. 



2nd LIEUT 
ENSIGN 



James J. O'Bryen, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. ... 
Charles Cooper Johnson, Lt. Col. Ben. S.C. 
Geo. H. Thompson, Lt. Col. Bengal S.C... 
Henry F.Waddington, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
George C. Hankin, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. .. 
Edward W. Dun, Lt.Col. Madras Statl'C. 

•William Walker, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 

Rich. C. Babington, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Alexander Paterson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 

Henry A. Hare, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 

Charles J. Merriman, Lt.Col. R. Eng 

Edmund John Carthew, Lt.Col. R Art. .. 
Alfred W. Drayson, Lt.Col. R. Artillery.. 
C. Wm. Elgee, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Charles Pollard, Lt.Col. Roval Engineers 
John Fendall, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps 
Robert F. Webster, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
Henry S. Rammell, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
James T. Norgate, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
John Ashburner, Lt. Col. Bombay S.C... 
Charles L. Brown, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. ... 
A. C Bunbury, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff C... 
Fred. Weston Peile, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Edgar John Spilsbury, Lt. Col, Bengal S.C 
Thomas G. M. Lane, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Franklin P. Mignon, Lt. Col. BombayS.C. 
Lewis Wm. Penn, CB. Lt.Col, R. Artillery 

Thomas Staples, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

'Arthur Elderton, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff C 
John Sprot, 51 Lt.Col, h.p. 91 Foot, A.) 

Adj. and QM.G., Scotland j 

JUS. Fred. S. Roberts, CB. Major. R. Art... 
UffiH.N.D.Prendergast, Major, R. Eng. 
Alex. Y. Shortt, Lt.Col, Bombay Staff C... 
Geo. P. B. Sherard, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Henry A. Taylor, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff C. 
John M'K. Macintyre, Lt.Col. R. Art. ... 
Edward Harrison, Lt.Col, R. Artillery ... 
Son. Ernest Geo. Curzon, Lt.Col, 52 Foot 
Robert Renton, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
Ralph Young, Colonel, Royal Engineers 
James L. Pearse, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C 
Francis Dawson, Lt Col, Madras Staff C 
Robert Davidson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C ... 
Goodson Adye. Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
George ForbesHogg.Zf. Col. BombayS.C. 
Frederick Roome, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C... 
Brooking Soady, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Herbert L.Campbell, Lt.Col, Bengal S.C. 
Robert Sellon Sellon.it. Col. R. Engineers 
Thomas G. Kennedy, Lt.Col, Bengal S.C. 

John Miller, Lt.Col, 13 Hussars 

John Spurway, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Robert John Hay, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
e. S. P. Javvis, 41 ' CMG. Major, h.p. 82 F. 
George R. Roberts, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
SirF.R.Pollock, KCSI. Lt.Col. BengalS.C 
Alexander Irvine, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C .., 
Horatio N. Davies, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
George Hearn, Lt.Col. Madras "Staff C. 
JosephH. Henderson, Lt. Col. Bombay S.C. 
Howard C Dowker, Lt.Col, Madras S.C. 
George C Finlay, Lt.Col, Madras S.C. .. 
Lord John Henry Taylour, Lt.Col. 94 F... 
James Fra.Tennant, Lt, Col. R. Engineers 
S. M. Wiseman-Clarke, Lt.Col. 73 Foot... 
p.t.c.F.D. Middleton, 43 Major, h.p. 29 F. » 
Assistant to Governor R. Mil. Colleqe j 
Wm. James Bradford, Lt.Col, R. Artillery 

Charles S. Hutchinson, Col. R. Eng 

Edward Napier, Lt.Col. 6 Dragoon Gds... 

Claud Alexander, Major Gr.Gds 

Geo. R. Westmacott, Lt, Col, BengalS.C 
Hamond W. Gwyn, Lt.Col. Roy. Marines 
Thomas S. Warden, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Hon. James C Dormer, 43 Major, Uriatt. '; 
Assist. Adj. 4- Qr. Master Gen. at Dover ) 
Walter Fane, CB. Lt.Col, Madras S C... 
Philip Bedingfeld, Lt.Col, Royal Artillery 
Reginald O. Farmer, Lt.Col, R. Artillery 
George Phipps Prevost, Lt.Col, 23 Foot 
Alex. C H. Stewart, Lt.Col, 2 Life Guards 
R. H. White, Capt. 6c Lt.Col, S. Fus.Gds. 
Charles M. Govan, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Richard A. Roberts, Lt, Col. R. Engineer's 
R. Hieram Sankey, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
E. M. Manningham-Buller, Lt. Col. Rifle ) 

Brigade j 

Alex. U. H. Finch, Lt.Col. Roy.Engineers 
Richard Henry Travers, Lt. Col, 48 Foot 
C. E.Blackett.i 8 * Capt. + Lt.Col.h.p. Cld G. 
Wm. E. Marshall, Lt.Col. Bengal Start' (' 
Mangles J. Brander, Lt.Col. Bengal S C 



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50 Dec. 43 
1 Jan. 44 
1 Jan. 44 
1 Jan. 44 
[i Dec. 46 
it Jan. 44 
r6 Jan. 44 
3 June 46 
.8 Dec. 47 
27 Jan. 44 
17 Jan. 44 

:g Sept. 48 
:2 Dec. 51 
8 June 54 
1 Feb. 44 
3 Feb. 44 
3 Feb. 44 
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26 July 44 



3 Nov. 43 2 Nov. 



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: Dec. ,_, 
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! Dec. 43 
I Dec. 43 
1 Dee. 43 
1 Dec. 43 
1 Dec. 43 
1 Dec. 43 
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> Aug. 46 

> Aug. 46 
i Aug. 46 

Dec. 45 



Dec. 43 31 Oct 



7 June 44 12 Aug. 



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29 Feb. 44 15 Oct. 5 



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4 Jan. 47 
6 Nov. 48 

5 July 48 
3 Nov. 45 
:2 Aug. 49 
:o May 46 
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MAJOK. 



45 
1 Aug. 54 
1 Feb. 47 
28 Nov. 46 
1 Jan. 47 
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24 July 58 22 Nov. 63 
7 June 59 7 June 64 
10 Jan. 55 29 June 63 
-'-> June 57 8 Dec. 63 
Dec. 58 8 Dec. 63 
. Dec. 58! 8 Dec. 63 „ 
5 Oct. 561 9 Dec. 63 9 
3 Nov. 56 9 Dec. 63 9 
May 58 9 Dec. 63 9 



2 June47j 1 May 58 1 9 Dec. 63 9 Dec. 69 

3 Oct. 4523 Sept. 58 9 Dec. 63 9000.69 



5 Mar. 48 
-!2 Feb. 47 3° 

29 July 48 3° 
13 Mar. 47 

>5 July 49 

1 Feb. 50 
1 Aug. 54 
28 Feb. 50 2 
24 Jan. 48 
12 Nov. 50 

30 June 48 
to Nov. 47 
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29 May 49 
11 May 57 
17 Apr. 58 

30 Aug. 48 
13 Feb. 48 
1 Dec. 48 
9 May 49 



[3 Dec. 46 
:6 June 50 
7 Nov. 46 
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30 Nov. 47 
25 Dec 
46 7 Jan. 52 
6 Oct. 50 
5 Aug. 48 
„ 1 Aug. 54 
24 Dec. 49 3 Oct. 52 
8 Nov. 42 4 June 45 
6 Aug. 46 28 May 47 
6 Aug. 46 7 May 47 
4 June 45 15 Jan. 47 
44 1 July 46 
23 June 47 
44 21 Dec. 45 



^ June 44 
14 Dec. 49 
11 June 47 
23 Nov. 49 

30 Dec. 42 

3 June 45 
o Jan. 43 

31 Dec. 57 



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44 9 Sept. 53 27 June 57 

18 Apr. 48 24 Sept. 57 

' >Oct. 56 

) June 6c 



20 Jan. 50 
6 July 41 
3 Jan. 45 

i2 May 53 



; Mar. 



26 July 58 



10 i^eu. 4U 24 iiuv 

16 Dec. 46 30 May , 
26 Aug. 53 12 Jan. 55 



Aug. 58 
Feb. 54 
Feb. 54 
Feb. 54 
Aug. 58 
Nov. 56 
May 58 
Dec. 58 
Dec. 58 
Jan. 59 

_ Jan. 59 
7 Aug. 58 
13 Nov. 56 
i2 Feb. 58 
19 Oct. 60 
1 Apr. 55 
4 Sept. 58 _ t 
17 Jan. 59 27 



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Jan 

Jan 



Dec. 69 
„ . May 65 
20 Dec. 69 
20 Dec. 69 
10 Nov. 6 



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■ 30 Dec. 63 30 Dec. 60 30 Dec. 74 

!)3o Dec. 63 30 De:\ 69 '30 Dec. 74 

'30 Dec. 63 30 Dec. 69)30 Dec. 74 

-- Dec. 63 30 Dec. 69 30 Dec. 74 



[4 July 58 

[2 Nov. 6c 
7 Apr. 63 
3 Mar. 57 

2 July 57 

6 Oct. 57 
27 Aug. 58 
a 7 Apr. 58 
12 Nov. 52 
14 Mar. 53 

7 Apr. 58 
;6 June 53 . 
23 May 55 , 

1 Mar. 59 
1 Mar. 59 
.8 Feb. 61 
14 Sept. 59 

1 Apr. 59 

3 July 57 

27 Aug. 58 

4 Dec. 61 

2 Oct. 55 

30 May 54 
Mar. 54 

_. Sept. 52 
23 Nov. 56 

3 Nov. 56 

31 Jan. 57 



22 Sept. 45 29 June 59 
Dec. 52 31 Aug. 55 
Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 



29 Dec. 54 



Aug. 48 26 July 52 
: Aug. 49 27 Aug. 58 
: Apr. 46 17 Feb. 54 20 Jan. 

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49 14 July 54 
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15 Nov. jj . 

16 Aug. 45 24 Feb. 54 
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} 10 Dec. 55 25 June 64 
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: June 60 



21 June 45 «* ..-,«.. J3 »» »— 

t6 Dec. 46 24 Nov. 47 20 June 54 15 Feb. 6 



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10 Apr. 49 
16 Dec. 46 

12 June 46 

11 Dec. 46 

11 Oct. 45 

13 June 51 
9 Dec. 45 

21 Nov. 44 

9 Dec. 44 

' 10 Dec. 44 



8 Oct. 58 
13 Apr. 52 
30 June 48 

1 Aug. 54 

1 Aug. 54 
24 Sept. 47 

1 Aug. 54 
15 Jan. 49 

1 Oct. 47 

2 July 49 
18 June 50 



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•2 May 5 
6 Sept.6 
!9 Dec. 
!o June 
.7 Aug. 
>7 Aug. 



Jan. 64 
Jan. 64 
Jan. 64 



Jan. 64 

Jan. 64 

June 66 

Nov. 55 

Jan. 64 

Jan. 64 

i2 Jan. 67 

3 Nov. 60 

8 Apr. 63 

1 Feb. 64 

3 Feb. 64 

3 Feb. 64 



16 Jan. 70 16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 70! 16 Jan. 75 



5 Dec. 67 
\t Feb. 64 
2 Dec. 62 



2 Mar. 63 
:3 Jan. 64 
29 Feb. 64 

1 Mar. 64 

3 Mar. 68 
5 Sept. 59 
1 Apr. 64 
1 Apr. 64 



9 Jan. 



5 Feb. 6 
:6 Apr. 59 



June 64 

June 64 

June 64 
. June 64 
10 June 64 ._ . 
9 June 60 18 H 



June 
7 Aug 

:8 Aug 

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24 Mar, 



Nov. 69 
Aug. 69 
Dec. 69 
Dec. 69 
Dec. 60 
Dec. 69 
Dec. 69 
Dee. 69 
Dec. 69 



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HALF PAT. 



22 Nov. 74 
2 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 74 

8 Dec. 74 

9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 

18 Dec. 74 
20 Dec. 74 
20 Dec. 74 
20 Dec. 74 
Dec. 74 



: Jan. 70 
c Jan. 70 
1 Jan. 70 
Jan 



Jan. 75 

1 Jan. 75 
1 Jan. 75 
Jan. 75 



5 Aug 



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Jan. 67 23 Jan. 75 
Jan. 70 27 Jan. 75 



21 Jan. 75 



27 Jan. 70 
29 Jan. 70 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 

1 Feb. 70 
3 Feb. 70 
3 Feb. 70 

5 Feb. 70 

6 Feb. 70 
19 Feb. 70 
15 Jan. 70 

1 Mar. 67 
6 Feb. 70 
1 Mar. 70 
1 Mar. 70 
1 Mar. 70 _ . 
15 Aug. 68 10 Mar. 75 

28 Oct. 68 '30 Mar. 7 



Jan. 75 

29 Jan. 75 

30 Jan. 75 
30 Jan. 75 

1 Feb. 75 
3 Feb. 75 
3 Feb. 75 

5 Feb. 75 

6 Feb. 75 
9 Feb. 75 
17 Feb. 75 
1 Mar. 75 
1 Mar. 75 
1 Mar. 75 
1 Mar. 75 

Mar 



Apr. 70 

it Apr. 70 

5 May 70 

-, 16 May 70 

4 Aug. 63 15 Aug. 68 

6 June 56 1 Jan. 68 



1 May 70 
[ June 70 



Apr. 75 
si Apr. 75 
5 May 75 
:6 May 75 
27 May 75 

May 75 



7 June 64 7 June 70! 7 June 75 



June 70 1 8 June 75 

June 70 8 .Tun 

June 701 8 June 75 

, „ June 70 8 June 75 

64 10 June 70J 10 June 75 

13 June 75 




64 29 June 70^9 June 75 
67 29 June 70 29 June r~ 
58 14 June 69 1 July 

63 20 May 68 2 July 
d July 58 25 Mar. 69 4 July 

4 July 70 4 July 

67 6 July 67 6 July 

69 6 July 70 6 July 

31 Aug. 60 10 July 

64 25 July 70I25 July 

2 Aug. 70 2 Aug. 
9 Aug. 70 9 Aug. ' 

ji Aug. 70 21 Aug. 

17 May 69'28 Aug. 75 

3 Sept.7oj 3 Sept.75 
3 Sept. 70 3 Sept.75 
3 Sept.70 3 Sept.75 
3 Sept. 70 1 3 Sept.75 

16 Sept. 59 24 Sept 75 
7 Oct. 70 7 Oct. 75 

13 Oct. 7o'i3 0ct. 75 

14 June t) 15 Oct". 75 
1 Apr. 70 16 Oct. 75' 

17 Oct. 70 17 Oct. 75 1 
1 Apr. 70 a Noy. 75I 
9 Nov. 62 23 Nov 75 i3 Dec. 75 
9 Dec. 70J 9 Dec. 7^ 



ii Mar. 58 9 Dec. 64 9 Dec. 70, 9 Dec. 75 
9 Oct. 57120 July 58 25 Mar. 67 10 Dec. 75 



43 



Colonels. 



James Michael, CSI.,Lt.CoJ. MadrasS.I I. 

UCJohnA.Tytler.CB.Z/.Co/.BengalS.C. 
Arthur F. Battve, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C.... 
Fred. J. Stephenson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Charles H. Ingilby, CB. Lt.Col. R Art... 
Robert Bruce Chichester. Lt.Col. 81 F.... 
Samuel C. Law, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Samuel Black, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Andrew R. Clephane, Lt.Col. Madias S.C 
Robert G. Lewis, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C 
John C. Millar, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Charles Henrv Hall, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
Frederick Duffin, Lt.Col Bengal Staff C 
Edward Davidson, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Edw. Owen Leggatt, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
W. Conrad Hamilton, LA. Col. Bengal S.C 
Wm. John Williams, CB. Lt.Col. R. Art 
John C. Macdonald, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Geo. A. Searle. Lt.Col. Madras Staff C .. 
Francis John Wilson, Lt. CW.Madras S.C 
Chas. A. Boswell Gordon, Lt.Col. 60 Rifles 
Walter Weldon, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Rd. Alex. Moore, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C 
Charles Edw. Bates, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Hy. John T. Neild, Lt.Col. Madras S. C 
James Williamson, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Nathaniel F. Bayly, Lt.Col. Madras S. C 

Joseph Jordan, CB. Lt.Col. 41 Foot 

Edw. Metcalfe Grain, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 
Joseph Miles, Lt. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Geo.EdwardThomas.Z^.Co/.BombayS.C 
John Miles, Lt.Col, Bombay Staff Corps 
William Creagh, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
William Paske, It. Col. Bengal Staff C... 
3JC James Hills, CB. Major, R. Artillery 
James Turner Hill, Lt.Col, Bombay S.C. 
Wm. Chas. R.Mylne, Lt.Col, Bengals. C. 

Robert Hale, Lt.Col, 7 Hussars 

Edward William Bray, Lt.Col. 4 Foot ... 
H.C.Zachary Claridge,Z£.CV.Madras S C 
John Wood Rideout, Lt.Col, Madras S.C. 
William Rose, Lt, Col, Madras Staff Corps 
Edward Bertie Clav, Lt.Col, Bengal S.C 
Charles Nedham, Lt. Col, Bengal Staff C 
p.i.c. E. H. Clive, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. G. Gds 
David Thomson, Lt. Col, Royal Engineers 
Lindsay Russell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
John Goddard, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers. 
Edw. T. St. L. MccGwire, Lt.Col. 1 Foot. 
Walter T. Chitty, Lt.Col, Bombay S. C 
T. M. Baumgartner, Lt.Col, Bombay S.C. 
p.».c.S.W.F.M.Wilson, 1 8 3 £<.CoZ.n.p.i8Ft 
William A. Armstrong, Lt.Col. 22 Foot.. 

John M'Kay, Lt.Col. 12 Foot 

Francis G. Hodgson, Lt.Col, Madras S.C 

Sis Royal Ilii/hness Prince Ernest Aug. \ 

Wm. Adolphus Geo. Fred, of Cum- [■ 

berland (Crown Prince of Hanover) . . ) 

Thomas Southwell Brown, Lt. Col. S3 Foot 

John Roe, Lt.Col. 11 Foot 

Geo. T. Gough,'8* u. Col. h.p. Cav. Dep. 
Philip Ravenhill, CB.Z^.CW. R.Engineers 
James SpenceOgilvie,Z^.CW.Bengal S.C. 
Christopher J. Godby , Lt. Col, Bengal S. C. 
Archbld.W.Graham.Zt.CW. Bombay S.C. 
Jos. Hume S. Pierce, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Robert Murray, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
James Kempt Couper, Lt.Col, Bengal S.C. 
Geo. N Johnstone, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
William Nembhard, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
John B. Smyly, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Alexander Jenkins, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Edw.Nugent Norton, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
John Perkins, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
James Archibald Ruddell, Lt.Col. 25 Foot 
John Alexander Dalzell, Lt.Col, 53 Foot 
Nathaniel Stevenson, Lt.Col. 87 Foot .. 
Henry James Buchanan, Lt.Col, 9 Foot 
Oliver Robert Stokes, Lt.Col, R Artillery 
Son. Charles J. Addington, Lt.Col. 100F 

Talbot Ashley Cox, Lt.Col. 3 Foot 

James Fairbrother, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
George Cecil Henry, Lt.Col, R. Artillery 
Charles Edw. Oldershaw, Lt.Col. R. Art 
Wm. Jas. P. Barlow, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 
Charles Armstrong, Lt.Col, Bengal S. C. 
James Murray Grant, Lt.Col, Madras S.C. 
W. H. Crompton-Stansfield, Lt.Col. n Ft 
Jonathan Kcer, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
John Fred. Fisher, Lt.Col. R. Engineers. 
p.i.c. John I'. Batterby, Lt.Col, h.p. 60 ) 
Rifles, Comwi; win 11 t ,R.M i I il „ n/ Am/1 'urn S 
Gordon Douglas Pritchard, Mnjor,'R. En. 
Wm. Henry Hesscy, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 



2nd LIEUT. L 
Or ENSIGN. 



10 Dec. 44 
10 Dec. 44 
10 Dec. 44 
10 Dec. 44 
16 Dec. 4^ 

20 Oct. 4j 

28 Dec. 44 

29 Dec. 44 
. 29 Dec. 44 
. '29 Dec. 44 

29 Dec. 44 



29 Dec. 44 
29 Dec. 44 
11 June 47 
3 Jan. 45 
5 Jan. 45 

2 May 47 

11 Jan. 45 

12 Jan. 45 
12 Jan. 45 
21 Apr. 43 
18 Jan. 45 
18 Jan. 45 
18 Jan. 45 
18 Jan. 45 
20 Jan. 45 
20 Jan. 45 
14 Feb. 45 

1 May 46 

3 Feb. 45 
3 Feb. 45 
3 Feb. 45 

3 Feb. 45 
11 Feb. 45; 
11 June S3 
18 Feb. 45 

20 Feb. 45: 

11 June 52 

21 June 39 

2 Mar. 45 
2 Mar. 45 
2 Mar. 45 
2 Mar. 45 

28 Feb. 451 

18 Aug. 54 

12 Dec. 51 
10 Dec. 47 
10 Dec. 47 

19 Oct. 49 
1 Apr. 45 1 

4 Apr. 45! 
12 Nov. 47 

1 Nov. 40 
25 Aug. 54 

20 May 45 1 



11 July 
[ 9 July 

28 Dec. 

19 Aug. 
30 June 

5 Apr. 
15 Oct. 

13 Apr. 

14 June 

20 June 
10 Nov. 

15 Nov. 
30 Aug. 

1 Aug. 

20 Mar. 

21 July 

30 June 
5 Feb. 

7 Sept. 
27 Sept. 
13 June 

26 Jan. 

12 Aug. 

12 Mar. 
9 May 

13 Apr. 

14 Dec. 

27 Mar. 

29 Oct. 

28 Jan. 
1 Feb. 

1 21 Jan. 

31 Mar. 

1 May 

8 Sept. 
i 1 Jan. 
i 2 Aug. 

14 Sept. 
21 Jan. 
12 May 

2 Mar. 
31 Mar. 
24 July 
J 1 Aug. 
! 8 Dec. 
I 1 Aug. 

1 Aug. 

1 Aug. 
! 2i May 

7 Mar. 
it Nov. 
:i May 
>8 July 

9 Mar. 

3 Feb. 



47 23 Nov. 56 
4 8 ; 2 Apr. 59 

48 10 Dec. 59 
54 10 Dee. 59 

48 20 June 54 
47 i 7 Oct. 51 
57 30 Oct. 59 
48120 Mar. 57 
4;|29 Dec. 59 
50 29 Dec. 59 
50 1 29 Dec. 59 
5329 Dec. 59 
54,29 Dec. 
54:27 Aug. 58 
47 23 Nov. 56 
48116 Dec. 59 
48124 Aug. 54 
49; 11 Jan. 60 
47130 Nov. 56 

47 12 Jan. 60 
45 6 June 54 

49 10 Sept. 56 
48J18 Jan. 60 
50 1 18 Jan. 60 
50118 Jan. 60 

48 J 20 Jan. 60 

29 Oct. 5 



14 Nov. 45 
26 May 44 
4 Apr. 46 

1 May 46 
3 June 45 

j 3 June 45 
14 June 45 
14 June 4 5 
14 June 45 
14 June 45 
14 June 45 
14 June 45 
14 June 45 
14 June 45 
16 June 45 

16 June 45 

17 Apr. 52 
30 Jan. 47 

25 Aug. 58 
[4 June 50 

2 May 47 
16 Aug. 50 

29 July 53 
19 July 45 

16 Dec. 46 
2 May 47 

22 July 45 
22 July 45 
22 July 45 

17 Aug. 54 

26 July 45 
10 Doc. 47 

30 July 44 



[26 May 48 
9 Oct. 46 

I 9 June 48 
9 Nov. 46 

29 Sept. 50 
to July 52 

8 Dec. 47 
7 Dec. 49 
4 Dec. 49 

17 Feb. 51 
25 June 47 
19 Nov. 50 
15 Mar. 51 

29 Aug. 51 

30 Jan. 49 
7 Dec. 49 

6 June 54 

14 Mar. 5 

7 Nov. 6 

15 July 53 
30 June 48 
30 July 52 
15 May 55 
25 Sept. 50 
23 Oct. 47 
30 June 48 

1 Oct. 48 
29 July 49 
25 July 51 

9 Feb. 55 
15 Nov. 53 

1 Aug. 54 
>8 Jan. 48 



3' July 55 
1 Aug. 45 11 May 48 



Mar 
28 Nov. 58 
17 May 59 
3 Feb. 60 

3 Feb. 60 

4 June 57 

24 Nov. 60 
19 Jan. 58 

22 Aug. 58 

1 Jan. 59 
14 June 50 

23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

2 Mar. 60 

2 Mar. 60 
8 Jan. 58 

17 July 57 
27 Aug. 58 
■*7 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
19 Jan. 55 

25 Oct. 59 
19 Aug. 56 
31 Aug. 55 

3 Dec. 52 
6 May 59 

5 Apr. 58 



3 Jan. 65 

5 Jan. 65 
2 Nov. 55 

11 Jan. 65 

12 Jan. 65 
12 Jan. 65 

6 June 56 
iS Jan. 65 
18 Jan. 65 
18 Jan. 65 

18 Jan. 65 
20 Jan. 65 
20 Jan. 65 

2 Nov. 55 
12 Feb. 70 

3 Feb. 65 
3 Feb. 65 
3 Feb. 65 
3 Feb. 65 

ii Feb. 65 

19 Jan. 64 
18 Feb. 65 

20 Feb. 65 

21 Aug. 69 
30 May 62 

2 Mar. 65 
2 Mar. 65 
2 Mar. 65 
2 Mar. 65 
28 Feb. 6^ 



Aug. 54 
Sept. 53 
July 57 
Apr. 55 
June 60 
June 60 
Nov. 56 
Sept. 5 7 
Aug. 58 
Feb. 59 
June 60 
June 60 
June 60 
June 60 
July 59 
June 60 
July 55 
Nov. 57 
Feb. 66 
June 55 
Sept. 54 
Dec. 54 
Sept. 58 
July 60 
June 54 
Oct. 54 
Nov. 56 
July 60 
July 60 
Nov. 56 
July 60 
Aug. 58 
Mar. 55 
May 62 
June 58 



10 Dec. 64 
10 Dec. 64 
10 Dec. 64 
10 Dec. 64 
12 Dec. 54 
17 Mar. 63 

28 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 



9 Feb. 67 

1 Apr. 

28 Mar. 65 
20 May 68 

2 Nov. 55 
1 July 67 

20 May 65 



19 Sept. 56 
21 Feb. 60 

25 Sept. 69 
2 Nov. 55 

[3 June 65 

13 June 65 
[4 June 65 
[4 June 65 

14 June 65 
14 June 65 
:4 June 65 
4 June 65 

14 June 65 
14 June 65 
16 June 65 
16 June 65 

13 Feb. 66 

26 Apr. 59 

19 Feb. 70 
1 Apr. 57 

23 Nov. 68 

20 July 58 

14 Aug. 67 
19 July 65 

Nov. 55 



Nov. 



22 July 65 
22 July 65 
22 July 65 
27 Aug. 70 
:6 July 65 



26 Feb. 67 
Oct. 64 

Aug. 65 



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10 Dec. 
10 Dec. 

10 Dec. 
9 Nov. 

24 Dec. 

28 Dec. 

29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 

2 Jan. 

3 Jan. 
5 Jan. 

24 Oct. 

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13 June 71 

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9 July 71 
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9 Aug. 71 
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15 Aug. 68 
io Aug. 71 



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14 June 76 



Colonels. 



44 



Geo. Money Battye, Lf.CoI. Bengal S. C. 
Reg. Q. Main waring, LI. Col. Madras S.C. 
George A. Williams, Lt.CoI. Bengal S. C. 
Henry De Renzy Pigott, Lt. Col. 70 Foot. 
TiT Ceo. Alex. Kenny, Lt.Col. R. Art. ... 
W. W. Goodfellow, CB. Lt. Col. R. Eng. 
Frank Chaplin, Lf.CoI. 4 Dragoon Gds ... 
John Fred. Berthon, i/. Col. Bombay S.C. 
C. N. Sturt, Copt. 4- Lf.Cl. (Iron. (Ms . 
Charles Style Akers, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Benj.G.VanderGucht.-ZXCoZ.BengalS.C. 
John Edw. Hope, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Wm. W. A. Lukin, Lt.Col. R. Artillery... 
Reginald Curtis, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery. 
Algernon Brendon, Lt.Col. R. Artillery.. 
James de Havilland, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Y€ Gronow Davis, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Fred. C. J. Brownlo v, Lf.CoI. Bengals. C 
Charles Rowland Hill, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Patrick John Campbell, Lf.CoI. R. Art. ... 
Arthur Win. Twis-, Lf.CoI. R. , 
Edw. Jackson Bruce, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
p.B.c. G. A. Witt 'i- .. /.'.(',/. R.Artiilcry 

George Henry Waller, Lt < <l. 7 Foot 

Richard T. C-liu /./.(V. 5 Dr. Gds. 

Wm. G. D. Massy, Lt.Col. 5 Lancers 

Hales Wilkie, Lt.Col. 29 Foot 

E. W. L. Wynne, <W ; ./.> Lt.Col. Gr. Gds. 
Hamilton Charles Smith, Lt.Col. So Foot 
Aug. K. Comber, /./.' 

Wm. Robert Gordon, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
James Burn, Lt.Col. Bengal Si 
James D. Swayne, Lt.Col. Bengal S C... 
Jas.Creighton'Wood, Lt.Col. Beng ,. S.C. 
Thomas F. Forster, Lt. Col. Bengal S C 

F. C. Anderson, Zr.tW. Bengal 
Montgomery Hunter, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
Alex. James Bruce, Lt.Col. Madras S. c 
Thos. B. Harrison, Lt.Col. Beng 
Walter Henry Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
p.s.e.W. J. Bolton, ( MG. Lt.Col. R. Arf 
Arthur Francis, Lt.i ■■!. .Madras Staff C. 



1 May 48 
3 Dec. 52 
1 Apr. 50 
19 Sept. 48 
6 Oct. 46 



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[i Oct. 48 
so Feb. 51 
[4 Feb. si 
9 Nov. 60 
1 Dec. 51 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 

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30 June 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 
22 Dec. 54 
3 Mar. ^4 
9 Feb. 55 
3 Jan. 55 
27 June 54 
8 Oct. 44 24 Dec. 45 
Dec. 45 13 Aug. 52 
2 Dec. 45! 1 Nov. 49 
2 Dec. 45 1 July 51 
2 Dec. 45 13 Oct. 51 

2 Dec. 45 11 Dec. 51 

3 Dec. 45 28 Nov. 49 



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>o Aug. 60 20 Aug. 65 
13 Aug. 60 19 Feb 
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7 Aug. 58 15 Aug. 6S 

5 Apr. 53 1 Apr. 59 

8 Sept.6o, 8 Sept. 6; 

6 Nov. 54! 

1 Apr. 55 1 Apr. 70 

>o Sept.6o 20 Sept. 05 

6 Jan. 55 2 Nov. 55 

7 Feb. 55 2 Nov. 55 
13 Dec. 54 6 June 56 

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13 Jan. 55 6 June 56 
25 Feb. 55 28 Aug. 57 

23 Nov. 56 1 Oct. 65 
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8 Dec. 54 18 Mar. 69 
13 Dec. 54 21 Mar. 69 

3 Jan. 55 18 Dec. 69 
20 Jan. 55 18 Jan. 70 

20 Mar. 57 21 June 64 

21 July 55 22 June 70 
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24 July 57 20 Feb. 63 
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:g Feb. 5912 Dec. 65 

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:2 Dec. 60 1 j Deo 
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20 Dec. 45 


6 June 51 


20 Dec. 45 


9 Oct. 50 


20 Dec. 45 


12 May 49 


1 Dec. 47 


30 Juue 48 


27 Dec. 45 


17 June 51 



13 Dec. 60 
13 Dec. 60 
13 Dec. 60 
31 Mar. S7 
23 July 5S 
20 Dec. 60 
8 Mar. 55 
27 Dec. 60 



13 Dec. 65 
13 Dec. 65 
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20 Dec. 6; 
20 Dec. 65 
20 Dec. 6; 
2 Nov. s; 
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d Aug. 71 
8 July 69 
5 Aug. 71 
1 June 67 
1 Sept. 7 1 
1 Apr. 70 
8 Sept. 71 
28 Dec. 60 
13 Sept. 7: 
20 Sept. 7: 
24 Aug. 66 

28 Oct. 66 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 6S 

29 Aug. 68 
1 Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 71 
[Oct. 71 
i Oct. 7' 
8 Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 7 1 

31 Oct. 71 
Apr. 63 
22 Nov. 70 
i2 Dec. 71 
[2 Dec. 71 
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12 Dec. 71 
i2 Dec. 71 

13 Dec. 71 
13 Dec. 71 
13 Dec. 71 
20 Dec. 71 
20 Dec. 71 
20 Dec. 71 
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5 Aug. 76 
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4 Sept.76 

8 Sept.76 

9 Sept.76 
3 Sept.76 

!G Sept.76 

i Oct. 76 
1 Oct. 76 
1 Oct. 76 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 76 
1 Oct. 76 
1 Oct. 76 
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12 Dec. 76 
12 Dec. 76 
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13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
23 Dec. 76 
27 Dec. 76 



War Services of tlie Colonels. 



1 Colonel Tyrwhitt e erved the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to the Duke of Cambridge, and was pre- 
sent at the battles of Alma and Inkerman. and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, 5th Class of the Mediidie, and Turkish Medal). 

4 Colonel Weare served with the 32nd Regiment the Punjaub campaign of 1S4S, including the first siege operations 
before Mooltan 'Medal with Clasp). Served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 as D.A. Adj. General at Head Quarters, 
including the affair of Bulganak and battle of Alma (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches). In 1855 he 
served at the siege of Sebastopol, and was appointed A.Q.M. General (Medal with two Clasps, Brevets of .Major 
and Lt. Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the 50th Regiment 
during the New Zealand wars from 1863 to 1866, including the assault and e ipture of Rangiawhia on 21st Feb. 1S64 
(mentioned in despatches) j the repulse of the enemy's attack on the Camp at Nukumaru on 24th Jan. 1865 (men- 
tioned in despatches, and CB.). Commanded a Force of 1200 Cavalry, Artillery, and Infantry at Nukumaru and 
Waitotora, moving in conjunction with the force under Sir Duncan Cameron ; also the Field Force in its advance 
into the enemy's country, for some time during the absence of the Brigadier General, including the action of Kaka- 
ramea. Commanded the Movable Column formed for keeping open the district in 1865-66, and with that Column 
opened tne road to Turauaki until met by the force from that district (Medal). 

5 Colonel Hon. A. G. C. Chichester served with the 6th Regiment in the Kaffir war, in 1S47 (Medal). 

6 Sir Frederick FitzWygram served in the Crimea with the 6th Dragoons, was present at the battle of Tchernaya 
and fall of Sebastopol (Me la] wiih Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

" Colonel Colvile served during the Indian mutiny campaign of 1S57-59, and was present at the capture of 
Kirwee, and commanded three Companies 43rd Light Infantry atthe subsequent operations LuBundlecund, Central 
India, under Brigadier Carpenter (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the New Zealand war 1111864-65 
and was present at the engagements of Maketu and Te Ranga, and at various operations in Taranaka. Very 
severely wounded on the 22nd Oct. 1865 — right thigh-bone fractured (frequently mentioned in despatches and 
thanked in General orders, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB. and Medal.) 

8 Colonel Gwilt served with the 34th Regiment in the Crimea from 9th Dec. 1854 to 18th July 1855, including the 
siege of Sebastopol ; was present at the capture of the Rifle-pits on the 19th April, s ' co Led the Regiment 

at the assault of the Redan on the 18th June — severely wounded (Medal with C : >f Major and Lt. 

Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Mi dal). Served in the Indian 
campaigns of 1S57-59. including the actions at Cawnpore on 26th 27th and 28th Nov. 1S57, capture of Mceangunge, 
siege and capture of Lueknow, defeat of the rebels under Bala Rao near Bootwul on the Nepaul Frontier (men- 
tioned in despa 1 ■Ui , <, M dal with Clasp, and CB.). 

i° Colonel F. F. Hamilton served with the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign in 1S54-55, including 
the battles of Alma Iwouudedi and Inkerman, and 'the whole of the siege operations before Sebastopol until its 
fall (Medal with thiv ■Cm,-. Sir linian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

n Colonel O'Brien " 1 1 a the 77th Regiment during the Crimean campaign of 1854 and up to the 26th March 
1855, including the afl lire of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, battle of Alma, taking of Balaklava, battle of Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol I Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served during the Indian mutiny in 1S57-58 with the 87th Fusiliers, with the force under Sir Sydney 
Cotton (Medal). Commanded the Military Train during the operations in New Zealand from November 1863 to 
October 1S67 (Medal 1. 

12 Colonel F. A. Campbell served with the R.M. Battalion on the north coast of Spain. Served with the combined 
force before the town of Sebastopi (1 during the siege in 1854-55 ; was on the expedition to and occupation of Kertch, 
and advance toTenikali; commanded the 1st Battalion of the R.M. Brigade serving in the Crimea, until the tall 



45 War Services of the Colonels. 

of Sear. _ ,. u, also with expedition to and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and! 
Turkish Medal). 

13 Colonel Bird served in the Ceylon Rifles during- the Kandian rebellion of 184S. Commanded a Detachment of 
131 men of the Gold Coast Corps in defence of Christiansborg Castle, on the Gold Coast, during- the bombardment. 
of that and the adjacent towns of Labody and Tacia by H.M.S. Scourge, in Sept. and Oct. 1854— wounded 
(Brevet of Major). Administered the Government of the Gold Coast during the successful expedition against the 
Crobboes, 50 miles in the interior, in Sept. Oct. and Nov. 1858 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Commanded the expedition, 
against the Dounciuah rebels in June and July 1S59, which resulted in the capture of all the rebel chiefs. 

M Colonel Sayer served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from iOth Aug. 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Cla-p, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the Regiment in China 
throughout the campaign of i860, including the action of Sinho, and those of the 18th and 21st Sept., also the sur- 
render of Pekin (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Two Clasps). 

i-"' Colonel Macdonald served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to General Pennefather (including the 
battles Of the Alma (severely wounded) and Inkerman (severely wounded), andsiege of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Cl-i-jis. brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

1,1 Colonel Aplin served with the 28th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles 
of .V ; 111:1 and inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemetery, Wounded while in command of 
the Sharpshooters of the 28th Regt. (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

'■' Colonel Hutchinson served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign in 1S58-59, including thesiege 
and capture of Lucknow and subsequent operations, and commanded a detached Squadron in the action of Barree, 
ami Yrans-Go -ra affairs at Bungaon and Newabghur (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of 

U.C nel). 

>' Colonel the Hon. J. J. Bourke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the SSth Regiment, and was present at 

the '(•!. of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 

Turkish Medal). Served in India during the suppression of the mutiny in 1857-58, and was present at the affair of 

1 at one 1 in despatches), siege of Lucknow in March 185S, and siege and fall of Calpee (Brevet of 

Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp for Central India) . 

>'•' ( 'olonel < lakes served with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Served in the Crimea from 
9th May 1S55 (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

-" Colonel A. Browne served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 44th Regiment, including the battle of Alma 
and siege of Sebastopol, and was severely wounded in the Trenches on the 20th October by a shell, occasioning 
amputation of right arm and part of left hand (Medal with two Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight 
of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of i860 in the 
north of China, and was present at the action'of Sinho, taking of Tangku, and the assault and capture of the inner 
Taku Fort, where he succeeded to the commando!' the 44th Regiment— mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp, 
and OB.). 

23 Colonel Spurgin served with the 1st Madras Fusiliers in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the taking of 
Pegu, and its subsequent defence (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served in suppression of the mutiny in Bengal in 
iS 57-58 : commanded the troops proceeding by steamer in July 1857 from Allahabad to Cawnpore covering the right 
of Haveloek's Column and engaging the enemy on two occasions, on the first landed his force repulsed the rebels 
:• nd --antured their 6-poundergun; was Staff' Officer to General Neill at Cawnpore, afterwards Brigade Major to the 
it Brigade and was with it during its advance and entry into Lucknow on 25th Sept., defence of the Residency and. 
Mihs.Mjin.-iitoperationsatthc Alumbagh under Outrun ; also served asa Brigade Major at the capture of Kaiserbagh, . 
and capture of Lucknow, received the thanks of the Governor General in Council, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel 
Me dal with two Clasps, a year's service for Lucknow, and CSI.). 
-' Lord Car. na served with the 95th Regiment in the Crimea from the 22nd Nov. 1854, including the siege and 
fall of s.-bastoj.ol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class 
ofthe I djid -■-. Si rved also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1S58, including the siege and capture of Kotah, 
battle of Kota ke Serai, general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior, siege and capture of Pouree (men- 

i .- I .:■ d -|i-i*e!.i -. M.-da! with Clasp). 

" Colonel Hood wis employed in the year 1S46 as Secretary on a special public mission to the Argentine Republic 
to :■ . -1 r .- t e difference on the part ofthe combined Powers of England and France, and General Rosa, the Governor 
1, tin. 1 » Ayi-es. Served in the Crmn a with the Buff's from the 1st May 1855 to the 8th January 1856, including 
the sie_i and fall of Sebastopol (wounded), and commanded the ladder party of the Buffs at the assault of the 
Re Ian on sth Sept.— wounded; commanded the Regiment from 13th Sept. to 27th Dec. 1855, and marched it into 
1 ,i elnsifi on 17U1 Sept. with Colours, &c, these being the first English colours that entered Sebastopol 

1 : wit - I l.a-p, brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

i Co 1. - ' Eh -■ : sewed the campaign of 1842 in Afghanistan with the 31st Regiment, including the actions of 

Ma/.eena, Tezi en. and Jugdulluck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different engagements leading to it (Medal). 

Si reed in the Crimea from nth June 1855, as Brigade Major of 2nd Brigade 1st Division from 19th August 1855 to 

17th January 1856, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol and attacks on the 18th June and Sth Sep- 

-, ,, li r Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish 

,-o l-ved throughout the campaign in the north of China in 1S60, and was present at the action of Sinho 

:: 1 I ,. riiiing of Tangku (Medal with Clasp for the Taku Forts, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel) Commanded the 31st 

nit in the operations against the Taeping rebels in 1862, including the recapture of Khading. 

-" ( '. lonel 1 ureton served with the 16th Lancers in the action at Maharajpore 20th Dec. 1S43 (Bronze Star). Served 

I 1 the id Light Dragoons during the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee (severely 

wounded) and Sobraon (Medal and one Clasp). Served with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal) ; 

:. : , aho in the Crimea from 31st July 1S55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and at Eupatoria (Medal 

tsp and Turkish Medal). 

- s 1 'olonel Sladc served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 10th Aug. 1855, including the 

1 e 'f, In rnaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the 

of i860 in China; present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of iSth and 21st Sept. 

and in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

-I C. Adams served in the campaign in the Crimea in 1854-55, including the battles of the Alma and 

wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie on 26th Oct., and assaults ofthe Redan on 18th June and 

■o oiber (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 

1 Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

■ 1 ' 1 K. \Y . Lowry served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 47th Regiment, including the battles 

rid Balaklava, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol. Served on the Staff of the Adjutant 

; ;•■■■■ nent in the Crimea and at Scutari (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt Colonel, 5th Class of the 

ami Turkish Medal). 

el A. C Robertson served in the Anglo-Spanish Legion from July 1S35 to June 1837. Received a Medal 

,11 of sth May 1837 ; the Cross of the 1st Class of San Fernando for the actions of the 15th and 16th 

; and another Medal for the storming of Iran, 17th May following; severely wounded in the face by a 

. neral action on the Heights of Ametza, 1st Oct. 1836. Served with the 8th Regiment at the siege 

, 7. including repulse of sorties on 9th, 14th, and 18th July (commanded the Regiment), and com- 

- oeents of Sth and fast Regiments ill the capture of four guns in front of the Advanced Piquet on 

wiei! a D.A.Q.M. Gen. in Seaton's Column in December, including affairs of Gungaree, Puttiala, 

1 ie. Present during operations from 2nd to 22nd March 1S58 resulting in tho occupation of Lucknow 

a y Judge Advocate General to tho Army in tho field (Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 

1 Col ' W. P. Brett a -;ih Regiment during the burning of the steam transport Sarah Sands at 

' el.! the ;t'i i.n that occasion was the subject of a general order da ted Horse 

■ ., . , 1 ■ :.. 1858, in which Lt. Colon Brett ie tioned as being " entitled to high praise for his conduct 

It" under circumstances " tie m, -1 , homing and dangerous in which soldiers can be placed" (Brevet 

1 presented bj the R iyal Humane Socii il 5 with a Silver Medal and vote of thanks for his services 

. Served in India during the suppression of the mutiny from January 1858, and commanded a 



War Services of the Colonels. 46 

Flying Column on the Nepaul Frontier ; this force received the special acknowledgments of the Governor General 
of India for "energy and zeal displayed for the period so employed" (Medal). 

33 Colonel Yialls served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 95th Regiment, including the battle of Inker- 
man (severely wonnded), siege of Sevastopol, and sortie on 26th October (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet Major, 
and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, including the siege and capture of 
Kotah, battle of Kota ke Serai, general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior, siege and capture of Pouree 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

31 Colonel P. S. Thompson served with tho 7 th Dragoon Guards against the insurgent Boers in South Africa in 
1845; and likewise in the Kaffir war of 1S46-47 (Medal 1. Served with the 14th Light Dragoons -with the Central 
India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 185S, and was present at the siege and capture of Jhansi ; commanded 
the Cavalry at the capture of the Fort of Loharri ; present at the battle of Koonch, the various skirmishes before 
Calpee, action of Galowlie, and capture of the town and Fort of Calpee ; commanded the Left Wing of the Regi- 
ment at the action of Morar, the several engagements on the Heights before Kotakeserai and Gwalior, and capture 
of the Fort and city of Gwalior; commanded a Field Detachment for three months in Bundleound, and in a suc- 
cessful attack against a very superior body of rebels at Garotha, — thanked by the Governor of Bombay in Council 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

35 Colonel Annesley served with the 37th Regiment in Ceylon during the rebellion in 1S48. Served with the 10th 
Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-5S, was present at the suppression of the mutiny at Benares, capture of 
the Fort of Atrowleea, advance oa Lucknow, including the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, Sultanpore, and Douraha, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, commanded the advanced party into the Kaisabagh. commanded a party of Volun- 
teers occupying the large Mosque commanding the Kaisabagh— mentioned in despatches as having " highly dis- 
tinguished himself;" afterwards present at the relief of Azimghur and subsequent operations at Jugdespore 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

36 Colonel Goodlake served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Inkerman, 
B.ilaklavn, and Tchernaya, and siege and fall of Sebastopol. He volunteered for the Sharpshooters of the Brigade 
of Guards, commanded them for 42 days, and was engaged at the repulse of the sortie of 26th October 1S54; andhe 
served on the Quarter Master General's Staff from Feb. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Victoria 
Cross, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

3 ' Colonel C. F. T. Daniell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Major in the 3rd Division, includ- 
ing the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with 
three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

3S Colonel W. Cooper served with the iSth Royal Irish throughout the campaign of 1852-53 in Burmah, including 
the capture of Rangoon, capture of Prome, and other minor affairs (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served as 
Assistant Quarter Master General to the expeditionary force on the Eusufzai Frontier under Sir S.'Cotton in 1S58, 
and in the same capacity with the expeditionary force in the Wuzeeri country under Brigadier General Chamber- 
lain in Dec. 1859 (Medal with Clasp). 

39 Colonel T. Mauusell served in the 32nd Regt. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1S48-49, and was present 
at the first and second siege operations before Mooltan, including the attack on the enemy's position in front of the 
advanced trenches on the 12th Sept. 1848 (slightly grazed by a bullet), the action of Soorjkoond, storm and capture 
of the city (where he was personally engaged at one time with two Sikhs, one of whom he killed), and surrender 
of the fortress; afterwards present at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps) ; was severely wounded at Mooltan on the 21st Jan. 1849 by a splinter of shell on 
the left shoulder and arm. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 20th Feb. 1855, in the 28th Regt., 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, during which (having volunteered) he com- 
manded the Volunteer Sharpshooters of the 3rd Division for 76 days until severely wounded (bullet through left 
arm, bone broken) on the 30th Dec, for which service he was honourably mentioned in division orders of 3rd Jan. 
1855 (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in India (Bombay Presidency) during the latter part of the Mutiny in 1858. 

40 Colonel Lambert served in the Sutlej campaign in 1826, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
Burmese war of 1852-53, including the relief of the garrison of Pegu on 14th Dec, operations in the vicinity, storm 
and re-capture of Belin (Medal). 'Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was present at the attack 
and capture of the Crag Piquet, the Conical Hill, and Umbeyla (Medal with Clasp). 

41 Colonel J arvis served with the 82nd Regt. throughout the Indian campaigns of 1857-59; was in temporary 
command of three Companies during the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; present at the defeat of the Gwalior Con- 
tingent at Cawnpore on 6th Dec, action of Khodagunge and' occupation of Futtehghur, capture of Bareilly, relief of 
Shahjehanpore Jail, and action of Khankur (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Commanded a battalion of 
Canadian Riflemen in the Red River Expedition of 1870 (CMG.) 

42 Colonel Middleton served with the 58th Regt. at the assault and capture of Kawiti's Pah, also during 1846-47 
in the southern part of New Zealand, including the repulse of the attack on Wanganui (mentioned in despatch) and 
subsequent affairs there (Medal). Served as a Volunteer during the Santhal rebellion in India. Served in the Indian 
campaign of 1857-58; — as Orderly Officer to General Franks in the action of Sultanpore, and subsequent affairs on 
the advance to Lucknow (three times mentioned in despatches) ; as Aide de Camp to General Luard at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow, and storming of the Martiniere, Hanks' House, Begum's Kotee, and Moulvy's Mosque (men- 
tioned in despatch, and Brevet of Major) ; as Deputy Judge Advocate, and Aide de Camp to General Luard at the 
relief of Azimghur and action of Jugdespore (mentioned in despatch) ; as Brigade Major at the reduction of Dehayon 
Tirhol (mentioned in despatch), and other of the Oude Forts, also at the surrender of Amethio (Medal with Clasp'). 

43 Colonel Hon. James C. Dormer served in the Crimea from 30th June 1855 as Adjutant to 13th Light Infantry, 
and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Also served in the Indian mutiny, including the relief of Azimghur and campaign in Gorruckpore in 1858 
(mentioned in despatches) ; was afterwards appointed Aide de Camp to Lord Clyde, and present at the actions 
during the Oude and Trans-Gogra campaign of 1S5S (mentioned in despatches, Medal, and Brevet of Major). Pro- 
ceeded to China in i860 as Assistant Adjutant General to the Expeditionary Force, and was present throughout the 
operations of that campaign, including the capture of the Taku Forts, advance on and entry into Pekin (promoted 
to an Unattached Majority, Medal with two Clasps). 

44 Colonel Willis was present with General Havelock's Field Force in the actions of Oonao and Buseerut Gunge on 
29th July 1857 ; commanded the 84th Regiment in the actions of Buseerut Gunge on the 5th Aug., Boorbeake 
Chowkee on 12th Aug., at Bithoor on the 16th Aug., at Mungawar on 21st Sept., at Alumbagh on 23rd Sept., and 
relief of Lucknow on 25th Sept. (wounded in left knee and right thigh) ; commanded the right Column at the 
storming of the Hirn Khannah on 16th Nov., and was thanked in division orders by General Havelock. Was 
with General Outram's Force at the Alumbagh from 26th Nov. 1857 to 9th March 1858— commanded the 84th up to 
24th Jan. ; present at the fall of Lucknow ; accompanied General Lugard's Force, and present at the relief of 
Azimghur; proceeded with Brigadier Douglas's column in pursuit of the rebel chief Koer Sing, and present in the 
actions of 17th and 20th April (mentioned in despatches, CS., and Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with 
two Clasps, and grant of a year's service for Lucknow) . 

45 Colonel Grierson served with the 15th Regiment throughout the rebellion of 1837-38 in Canada, including the 
advance upon Nuperville and subsequent pursuit of the insurgents. Served also with a. Detachment consisting of 
200 of the 15th Regiment and Ceylon Rifles, under Captain Lillie, in defeating the insurgents at Matole on the 
29th July 1S4S, during the rebellion in the Kandian Provinces in Ceylon. Has been awarded the Royal Humane 
Society's Silver Medal for saving a boy from drowning in 1853. 

46 Colonel Prettejohn served with the Wing of the 14th Light Dragoons in the campaign in the Southern Mahratta 
country in 1844-45, and was present at the investment and capture of the fortresses of Panella andPownghur. Also 
throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the action of Ramnuggur with the charging Squadrons, 
passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum and of the 
Affghans over the Indus through the Khyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Persian expedition 
of 1857, and was present at the bombardment and capture of the Forts of Mohumra (Medal with Clasp). Also with 
the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1857-5S, and was present at the siege and capture of 
Rahutghur, action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddenpore Pass (wounded), 
battle of Betwa, in command of the three Troops actually engaged (horse wounded in two places), siege and 

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47 War Services of the Colonels. 

capture of the town and fortress of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, and commanded the Right "Wing of the i 4 th Light 
Dragoons in the pursuit, affairs during the advance on Calpee, capture of Calpee, action of Morar and recapture 
of the town and fortress of Gwalior and pursuit euding in the action of Jowra Allipore, in command of the 
Squadron, action of Ranode in command of the only Squadron present — severely wounded (four times mentioned 
in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

47 Colonel Logan commanded the 57th Regiment in New Zealand to the end of the war in 1861 (thanked in general 
orders and named in despatches). Commanded four Companies of the 57th, being the main body, which rushed 
and took the enemy's redoubt at the Katikara river on 4U1 June 1S63 (mentioned in despatches, Medal, and CB.). 

48 Colonel J. Hackett served as D.A.Q M. General at Head Quarters duringthe Crimean war.including the affairs 
of Bulgannc and M'Kcnzie's Farm, and battles of Alma, Inkerman, and Balaklava, and siege of Sevastopol (Medal 
with four Clasps, Brevet of Major,Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served with the 
44th Regiment in the campaign of i860 in the north of China, including the action of Sinho, assault and capture of 
the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

49 Colonel Bagot was in command of the Huntingdon Field Force to repel an incursion of Fenians into Canada 
in May 1870. Eighteen hours after he left Montreal he fell upon them, strongly entrenched at Trout River, and 
drove them across the frontier line, throwing away arms, accoutrements, clothing, &e. Lt. General the Hon. James 
Lindsay conveyed his approbation of these operations in the following terms, — " The Lt. General recognizes that 
to your vigorous movements are due the speedy clearing of the Border and the return of a feeling of security to the 
inhabitants of the district." 

50 Colonel Hon. B. M. Ward served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 3rd May 1S55 with the 47th 
Regiment, including the battle of Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October (Medal with two 
Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

51 Colonel Sprot served with the Force under General Woodburn in the affair at Aurungabad in 1857 (Medal); 
afterwards served as acting Executive Engineer of the Rajpootana Field Force and received the commendation of 
General Roberts commanding, and of the Bombay Government, for his " great energy and ability" in the con- 
struction of barracks for the European troops at Neemuch. 

53 Brigadier General Ross served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign, including the battles of Almaand 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, until February 1S55 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Cawnpore, 
siege and capture of Lucknow. Commanded the Camel Corps at the capture of Calpee and during the subsequent 
campaign m ( lentral India (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

72 Colonel H. M. Hamilton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 
and as Assistant Quarter Master General from October 1855, including the battle of Alma, capture of Balaklava, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 12th Regiment during the Now Zealand war of 
1863-66; was present with tht forces under Sir Duncan Cameron throughout the Waikuto campaign and until the 
termination of hostilities under Sir Trevor Chute. Commanded an Expeditionary Force from Te Rore to the sur- 
rounding district ; occupied and destroyed the strongly fortified positions of Pateranga and Piko Piko, and other 
strongholds between Te Rore and Ragland ; subsequently commanded the troops in the East Coast District, and 
made several expeditions against the enemy, destroying 'the villages of Patatere, Whaiwhatawhata, Irihanga, and 
Whakamarama, eventually driving out all hostile natives, and establishing tranquillity in this hitherto very 
disturbed part of the country I Medal, and CB.). 

73 Colonel Harrison served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April to 5th Aug. 1855, includ- 
ing the capture of Tchorgaun and siege of Sebastopol (Modal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

74 Colonel Lowe served with the 32nd Regiment at the first and second siege operations before Mooltan, including 
the attack on the enemy's position in front of the advanced Trenches on 12th Sept. 1848, on which occasion he suc- 
ceeded to the command of the Companies of the 32nd that were engaged. J le was also present at the action of Soorjkoond, 
storm and capture of the city and surrender of the fortress of Mooltan, surrender of the fort and garrison of Che- 
niote, and battle of Goojera.t (Medal with two Clasps). Served throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny of 
1857-59; commanded the 32nd during the defence of the Residency of Lucknow till wounded on 26th September; 
commanded a sortie of 1 50 men of the Regiment, when 7 guns were captured and the enemy's position carried ; com- 
manded a party of the Regiment sent out to assist the rear-guard of Havelock's Force in protecting their heavy 
guns and ammunition on their coming into Lucknow (thanked in despatch) ; was slightly wounded on coth August, 
and severely wounded on 26th Sept. 1857 (mentioned in the despatches of Sir J. Inglis and the Governor General, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and CB.). Commanded the 32nd at the defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore on 6th 
December; was with it in the field in Oude from July 1858 to Jan. 1859 (in command from 1st Dec. 1858), including 
the reduction of Fort Tyrhool. Commanded an advanced post of all arms nearest to the fort of Amethee until Lord 
Clyde advanced upon it (Medal with Clasp, and a year's service for Lucknow). 

75 Colonel Stratton served in the Indian campaign of 1858 ; commanded the 6th Regt. and a body of drafts in the 
attack on the rebels on the nth May, and in other operations in the Jugdespore Jungle (Medal). 

76 Brigadier General W. H. Seymour served with the 68th Light Infantry during the ( 'rimean campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). Accompanied the 2nd Dragoon Guards to India, and served in the campaigns of 1858-59, including 
the action of Nusserutpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (charger wounded), and subsequent operations, action 
of Nawabgunge (in command of three squadrons of the Regiment), and reoceupation of Fyzabad. Commanded the 
Regiment throughout the Oude campaign, including the action of Jamo (wounded), assault and capture of Birwah, 
and Trans-Gogra ail'airs at Bungaon (Gazetted Brevet Major on 20th July 1S58, frequently mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

77 Sir William Russell served in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859. and was present at the re- 
pulse of the enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Commanded the 
7th Hussars at the affairs of Barree and Sirsee, action of Nawabgunge, occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the 
Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the ail'airs of I'ainl-i Nuddi e, 1 aleeghat, 
Hyderghur, and pursuit of Benhi Madho's Force to the Goomtee ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the 
affair near Churda ami pursuit, taking the Fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Rantee, advance 
into Nepaul and affair of Sitkaghat (several times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal w ii a 1 pi. 

7s ('.,],,!:,! 1 hr-o rved with the '/oth Light In fa nl rv in the Crimea IV m ;th to 24th Dec. I , L( 1 u-lir •■ tie siege 
of Scba -1 [1 .1 1 Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign, incliid > e the siege and cap- 
ture of Lucknow, \ b re he Led the attack upon the Secunderbagh (mentioned in despatches, V ctoria 1 Iross, Brevet 
of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

79 Colonel Cox served in the 13th Light Infantry the campaigns of 1S40, 41, and 42 in Affghanistan, and was present 
at the assault and capture of the town and fort of Tootumdurrah, storm of Jhoolghur, nigl, Had. •<'.' I taboo Koosh 
Ghur, attack- on K'liardurrah, storming the Khoord Cabool I'ass, a Hair of Tezeen, forcing .higdulluck Pass, re- 
duction of the h'ort of MamooKhail, heroic defence of .Id la la Ire I a id soil ic-am the 14th Nov. , uenl 101 icd ill despatch) 
and 1st Dec. 1841, and tith .March 24th .March and 1st April 1S42 ; the general action wiih and defeat of the be- 
sicgh'g foree ;,nder A k liar Khan before Jellalabad on the 7t.l1 April (mentioned in despatches lor "gallant conduct 

,,i the day," and as being " the first of the party which captured them to seize vn 'the enemy' cannon") ; 

Lulluck heights, general action at Te/.een, and recapture Of Cabool, lor winch he has a Medal, 

analso hoi ' 1 lalabad. Served in the Crimea from ; . .1 Ii .! a no 1 :;.-, ■„ and \v;e al 1 he ! , ■■ . I, ,,| i he Tehernaya, 

Siege and fall Of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5I.I1 I la: s of the Mediiilie, and Turkish Me. tall. Served in tho In- 
iJjan campaign, and commanded the Left Wing of the 13th Light Infantry from Aug. 1857 to Oct. 1858, and was ac- 

i'vi'1, ; n ployed in the A/.imghur and Gorruekpore districts and southern borders of Oude, present in eig lit engage- 
ments, in three of which he < una 111 le. I the whole force, in three others he commanded a sepa ra 1 1 I 'ol 11 mil, and in 

therema aim ro he acted as principal Staff Officer to the force (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. 

Colon. I. CB., I 1 I Modal). 

BO Colonel Chapman served m the Crimea subsequent to the full of Sebastopol from February until tho 30th May 
, ?=;<-,. Commanded the, -nd Battalion iSth Royal Irish in tho New Zealand war of 1863-65, and was engaged in 
Waikato and Wanganui (Medal). 



War Services of the Colonels. 48 

81 Co! 1 iel Peyton served in the pSth Regiment with the expedition to the north of China in 1842, and was present 
at the operations in the Yangtsekiang River, the at ■• ire of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before 

Nankin (Medal). Puujaub campaign of 1040-4, (M.-.ial). S-.nl wit a t ,r Flank 'Companies of the 98th Regt. at 

the forcing of the Kohat Pas-, in the force under Sir" 'harl rand Sir Colin ( lampbell in Feb. 1850 (mentioned 

in despatches, .Medal with Clasp). Commanded four Companies of the 98th Regiment in the Peshawur Expedi- 
tionary Force on the Euzofzie Frontier under Sir Sydney Cotton in April and May 1858, capture of Pungtar and 
Chinglee, and the affair with the Hindostanee fanatics on the Heights of Sittaua on 4th May (mentioned in 
despatches). In the Peshawur Division during the Sepoy mutiny in 1858. 

8 - ColonelBich landed in the Crimea in 1" . -e:\a-d in tao Trmehe- at the siege of Sebastopol, and was present 
at its fall (Medal with Clasp, Brevet E M ' 1 I Durkish Medal). >■:■■.. 1 ! am- the campaign of 1S58 in Central 
India under Sir Hugh Rose, including tl Ko eh, i Ld comma] , L the 71st Light Infantry at the actions 

ofMuttraand Despoora (mentioned in de p. '.a-i. -■■■" r,,! a.--. .11 if ( . ev'.owlee, capture of Calpee. action of Morar 
(mentioned), and c • • ■ ;lior (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Commanded a Field Force of all 

arms in ti; utral India from Nov. 185S to May 1859 in pursuit of Tantia Topee, the Rao Sahib, Feroze 

Shah, and other r. in ' ! ■■; ders, and on the 5th April surprised and totally routed the rebels at Nainwas— thanked by 
the Governor General 1 



- il with the 40th Regiment throughout the operations in Candahar and Affghanistan in 
1! [i 1 -criin 1 •■ Candahar, Ghuznee, Cabul "). Also in the action of Maharajpore 29th Dec. 1843— severely 

w> u . Iro ze Star). Commanded Detachments of the 12th and 40th Regiments at the capture of a stockade 00- 
can ed b; the BaRarat Gold Fields in Australia on the 3rd Dec. 1854, for which he received the rank of 

Major. Served with the 67th Regiment throughout the campaign of 1S60 in North China, and was wounded while in 
command of a Wing employed as part of the covering and storming party at the capture of the North Taku Fort 
(mentioned in despatches, ( ' B., Medal with two Clasps). Commanded the 67th Regiment at the second capture of 
Kading from the Taeping rebels in 1862. 

81 Colonel Wilby served with the 4th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from 22nd Aug. 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Seba uop >1 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Modal). Commanded a wing of the 4th Regiment in 
Guzerat and 1 I a Lian mutiny. Served through tut the Abyssinian campaign as a Brigadier General, 

and was present at the action of Arogee, led his Brigade to the assault of Magdala, and was Commandant of that 
fortress from the time of its capture to that of its destruction (me 1 Lind •• ties, CB and Medal):) 

85 Colon o] in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 ; commanded the 68th Light Infantry at the attack on 
the Gate Pah (mentioned in despatches), antic immande Lth rauraaga Field Force at the engagement of Te Ranga 
(mentioned, CJS., and Medal). 

86 Colonel ituiicrt, Can.-v .-erved with the 40th Regt. throughout the operations in Candahar and Affghanistan in 
1841-42 (Medal). Served in the Crimea with the Turkish Contingent as Assistant Quarter Ma. -tor General to a Divi- 
sion, and afterwards in command of a Brigade, for which he received the Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal. As Dep Cm ral in V.-'ralia, served with the force employed in New Zealand 

1 ral Pratt during the Mauri war of 18 ■ ■ 1 (( AM. S irvedas Deputy Adjutant General throughout the 

campaign of 1863 in the Waikato district, being pi riri (promoted Colonel) ; also in the campaigns of 

1864-65 in the Waikato, Tauranga, and Wanganu i I el : | r sent at the actions at Paterangi, Te Awamutu, 
Orakau, 1'uk. Inn iliina. Nukumaru, and other engagements during the war ; served also the campaign of 1866 in 
the Tar 1 al i an I v. mui districts, and was present at the capttrre of Otapawa and Waikoto as well as the opera- 
tions in the forest round Mount Bgmont (Medal). 

8 " Colonel Ligjitfoot servi d as Brigade Major to the 5th Brigade at the second relief of Lucknow and at the defeat 
of the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpom, pn -1 n; or the p i--ng of the Kala Xuddee, commanded the 84th Regt. at the 
Alumbagh, from the j rd .1. ..'. n!, ■' i ■ '1 ' :. :■.■', , , ■ 1 , capttrre of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, pursuit 

of Koer Sing, and all the <o ■■■■:■.,. "■,'. ,- , :,.i 1 .1. -:.-,•. with those which ended in the ejection of the rebels 
from the Jugdespore Jungles, unci 7th Nov. 3 S 1 at] commanded a Field Column under Brigadier 

Douglas to the final aupp] ionofth reb - n ral times mentioned in despatches, and thanked 

bv the 1 ■ '''.r. |>3, and ( B .) . 

88 Colonel Hon. H. H. Clifford was at thi - in 1848, and served in the Kaffir war of 1S52-53 
(Medal). Also the Eastern campaign of 1 , Ai let mp to Major General Buller, and on the return of that 
officer to England from ill health, as D iputy Assistant Quarter Ma-tor General on the Staft'of the Light Division till 
the termini with Clasps, Brevet of Major, Victoria Cross, Knightof the Legion of 
Honor, 5th Cli - ... and Tur!.i.-ii Mod..':. \ ant Quart, r Ma- 1. r ( ieneral to the China 
expeditionary force in March -, 7 , and was present as 11 ea 1 of Department at the operations before and taking 01 
Canton in Dec. 1S57 and Jan. 1053 (Breve 1 ■ ■■ i \|o 1 with Clasp). 

89 Co H 11 ea pi -iii the Eastern campaign as Vide de Camp to Brigadier General Torrens, including the 
battle of lii. . n iii'-oatchea (wounded, and horse shot under him)— and siege of Sebastopol; was 
appointed D. A. Q. b ad Quarters m F. ' 1 1 mi that capacity until the end of the war, 
having been ■ , Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, sth cia- a ;'" i Served the Dadian campaign of 1857-58, including the 
relief of Lucknow bv Lord CU-do ; select- 1 . -r: ■::•., i ■■ .in aard of t 10 relieving army during its 
march from Luc i:n . . , Buckn w garrison, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at 
Cawnpon o , - .:■•■ •' i,,,.- ,•.-■■_■■ .■■',-, , ,,-,. ,,f Lucknow ; was Assistant Adjutant 
General IFF . liters during the .e, ,■ •• • - in Lad 1 ,y.le ngainsi the rebels m Oude in 1858-59, 
and was pre.-i nt . ■unit- of t! a o ,nn 11 a ■ t Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). 

30 Coloiiei -,. ! n ■;■ , 1, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, in com- 

mandofth ..I id rs from Nov. 185,8 to Jan. 1859 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

1 in the 40th Regiment at the capture of Kurrachee in 1839. Commanded a Company of 
the4oth thi s in Candahar and Affghanistan in 1841 and 1842 (Medal), and was present m the 

actuals at Ka e Sh ikh, Kunje Kuk, !'■ ■ '!' ■ ■ Kir in, and Baba \\ allie ; also at the relief of Khalat-i-Ghdzee ; 

•itlv a Kr la A/, ■■ aaupation of Cabool ; and in all the affairs in which the 

Candahar Division of the Army of Att'g ■ ..-. ::. under General Nott, was engaged in its progress through the 
Khoord Cabool, Tezeen, Jugdulluck, and 1: . • -- s. Served the Eastern campaign of ,1854-55 with the 2nd 

liatia ae, Mid ■ 1',- .ad,-, including the l.a'iF- of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack ot the Redan on 
the 8th September. In October 1854 he commanded a partv of Rules and 23rd Fusiliers from Piquets oi the Light 
Division, and renulsed an attack made be the enemy's riflemen on our Piquets, and he commanded the Covering 
Partv of 200 men on the attack of the Redan (Medal with two ClasDS, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight ot 
the L igion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th 1 'la-- ..t the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign ot 1857-59, 
commanded 2nd Battalion (7 Companies at ( mp a after effecting a junction with the force under General 
Windham on the 27th Nov. 1857 after effect eg a forced march of 38 miles; captured two 18-pouuder guns ot posi- 
tion on the 28th November, and commanded the 7 Companies throughout the actions there under Lord Clyde, and 
at the subsequent capture of Lucknow- (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

'-'- ColonM ilrvs late served with the 4th Li-dit Dragoons during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, 
and was present at the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Served with the 9th Lancers in the Gwalior cam- 
paign, in iluding the action at Punniar 20th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). The Sutlej campaign in 1845-46, including the 
battleo Sobra 1 (Med T Punjaub ■. 1 0; 40, including the passage of the Chenab at Ramntiggur, 

and a ties of Ch . ah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps) . The Indian campaign of 1857-59, and present 

at Delhi during tl ■ sme - j,- ; e- ,■ ■■ tbe Regt. from 18th Aug. to the tfaR of the city— horse shot at the 

assault; commanded the Ri b. w ' olumn, in action at Bolundshuhur, horse shot (wounded), and pre- 

sent in the actions of Allvghur and Agra (mentioned in despatch) ; also present at the relief of Lucknow (Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasp-). . 

« Colonel Crealock landed with the ooth Lt. Infantry at Balaklava on 5th Dec. 1854, and served at the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol. Commanded a party of the B c re at the Quarries, and assisted m 

holding that work against the attacks of the Ru-si-ns dur.: a ., ' 

attacks of the Redan on the iSth.Tune and Sth Sea. imcntnm-d in despa: I I •. A. t). M. Cell 



quarters on 17th Sent, and at Constantinople in Pec. iS;^ ( Brevet ■.■■.. ■ .-. - . ■ 1 1 1 . 1 - - . ■ 1 

.idie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed D. A. Q. M. General to the China expeditionary force in March 1057, 



lead 
Med- 



49 War Services of the Colonels. 

present at the whole of the operations at Canton in Dec. 1857 and Jan. 1858 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Indian campaigns of Rohilcund, Byswarrah, and Trans-Gogra during 1858-59 on the Staff of Sir Wm. 
Mansfield, including the actions of Bareilly and Shahjehanpore (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Ap- 
pointed Military Secretary to Lord Elgin, special ambassador in China, in March i860, and was attached to the Head 
Quarters of the British Army during the war of that year, including the action of Sinho, capture of the forts of 
Tangkoo and Taku, action of Palichau, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

94 Colonel J. N. Sargent accompanied the 95th Regiment as its Junior Captain on the Eastern Expedition of 1854, 
and was recommended by General Beatson tor the Turkish Medal for the Danubian campaign, he having gone on 
leave to the Danube, where (at Turtukai) he volunteered his services to that General, who was then searching for 
boats to cross the river and attack the Russians. He served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the 
battle of Alma (wounded, and specially mentioned in the Commanding Officer's official report lor ''determined 
bravery while leading the attack of the right wing " of the 95th Regiment up the heights of the Alma), repulse of 
the powerful sortie on the 26th October, battle of Inkerman (where he succeeded to the command of the 95th Regt. 
and brought it out of action, .and at a crisis when every rifle was of vital importance he used one with remarkable 
effect, especially when cut off from our position by the Russian Column that occupied the ground whence the 95th 
Regt. had charged the enemy down the hill), siege and fall (wounded) of Sebastopol. Was most strongly recom- 
mended for promotion for the battle of Inkerman as a "most zealous, meritorious, and brave Officer" (Medal 
with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 
Served the campaign of 1S60 in China as second Lt.Colonel of the Buffs, including the action of Sinho, in which ho 
commanded the advanced guard (mentioned in despatches), taking of Tonghoo, and placed in permanent command 
of the advanced outpost towards the Taku Forts (mentioned iu despatches). Appointed Commandant of the Taku 
Forts and Allied Commissioner. Commended by Sir Robert Napier for "good judgment, determination, and high 
military qualities," and recommended to the Commander in Chief by Sir Hope Grant in the following words :— 
"I would most strongly recommend this Officer to the favourable consideration of His Royal Highness. He was one 
of the most active and useful officers in the field, who was in a position of great responsibility, and who performed 
his duties to my entire satisfaction " (CB,, Medal with Clasp). 

95 Colonel Sawyer served with the 6th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from 26th May 1855, including the battle 
ef the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in India during 
the whole of the mutiny; present at the actions of Busgoon, Mohudepore, Russnlpore, attack and capture of Mitowlee, 
actions of Aligunge and Biswa, and subsequent pursuit of Tantia Topee and Feroze Shah in Central India (Medal 
and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

96 Colonel Luard served in the Crimea in the 77th Regt. from March 1855, and on the Staff as Brigade Major to 
General Straubenzee and D. A. A. General at Head Quarters from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in China 
as Brigade Major 2nd Brigade in 1S57-58, and mentioned in despatches as being the first person on the walls of 
Canton (Brevet of Lt.Colonel. Medal with Clasp). 

97 Colonel Seager served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 and up to Feb. 1855 with the 8th Hussars, including the 
battles of Alm a, Balaklava (wounded), and Inkerman, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Sebas- 
topol. In June 1855 was app. tinted Assistant Military Secretary to Major General Lord "Win. Paulet, commanding on 
the Bosphorus, and continued in the same capacity'to Sir H. Storks until the end of the Russian war in July 1856 
(Medal with four Clasps, 5 th (lass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Central India in 185S-59, and was 
present at the action of Boordah (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

98 Colonel Crawley was present at the closing operations before Mooltan and at the surrender of the citadel, 
22nd Jan. 1849. He served as extra Aide de Camp to Sir Henry Dundas, commanding the Bombay Division of the 
army of the Punjaub, during the march from Mooltan and the subsequent operations, and was present at the battle 
of Goojerat and in the pursuit of the Sikh army to the river Jheluni (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two 
Clasps) . 

99 Colonel Kirby was specially attached to the Head Quarters of the Arrny under Lord Clyde, as Assistant Quarter 
Master General, during the campaign in Oude of 1S58-59, until the final termination of the war (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Medal). 

101 Colonel "White served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54 with the 17th Lancers, including the affair of Bulganak, 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol. At Balaklava he led the squadron of direction, was 
severely wounded, and had his horse shot (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). Proceeded with his Regiment to India in 1857, and served throughout the campaign in Central 
India in 185S-59, part of the time in command of a Flying Column, including the action of Barode (Medal). 

102 Colonel Murray commanded the centre division o'f the Brigade, and was engaged at the storming and capture 
Of the stockades of Sabajee on the 1st June 1853. Commanded the British Troops on an expedition up the River 
Gambia in Feb. 1S61, which stormed and destroyed the stockaded Mandingo towns of Swarracunda, Carawan, Kinty 
Cunda, and Saba, and compelled the king of Baddeboo to make peace. 

103 Colonel Gamble served in Turkey in 1854-55, and with the 4th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medal). He served as 
Deputy Quarter Master General (head of the department) in New Zealand from 1S61 to 1867 and during the whole of 
the operations of the war of 1863-66, including the actions at Katikara and Koheroa, assault and capture of the 
fortified position of Rangiriri [CB.), advance through and occupation of the Waikato country — with actions at 
Haerini and Orakau. At the conclusion of the Waikato campaign Sir Duncan Cameron, commanding the Army 
in the Field, in his despatch of the 4th March 1864 to the Secretary of State for War, after thanking individually 
the Officers of his Staff, including Colonel Gamble, adds : — " I beg more particularly to recommend Colonel Gamble, 
Deputy Quarter Master General, to your Lordship's favourable notice, as to this Officer's ability, zeal, and unceasing 
attention to his important duties, I am chiefly indebted for the success of these operations." He was also present 
at the subsequent operations at Tauranga, and at the Gate Pah, and in the campaign of 1865 in the Wanganui 
country, including the action at Nukumaru, affair of Kakaraniea ; and again in the campaign under Sir Trevor 
Chute, at the assault and capture of Otapawa, at Waikoko, and in the arduous forest march round Mount Egmont 
(repeatedly mentioned in despatches, rank of Colonel, and Medal). The 3rd Class of the Medjidie has been conferred 
on him by the Viceroy of Egypt in acknowledgment of his services as Governor of His Highness' son, Prince 
Hassan, during his stay in England in 1868-69. 

101 Colonel Milman was present in the action at Marigunge and at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1S57. Com- 
manded a Detachment during the advance on the Dilkoosha and Martiniere (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, and grant of a year's service) ; served with the 5th Fusiliers in Outram's force at the Alumbagh in all 
the operations of the succeeding months, including the capture of Lucknow ; also in the Oude campaign of 1858-59, 
including the capture of the Forts of Shunkerpore, Amatee, and Oomrea, and action of Dounderkeira, where he com- 
manded the advance guard (Medal with two Clasps, and CB). In 1848, when stationed at the Mauritius, he was upset 
in a boat off Mahel jourg, together with five others, whose lives were saved by his skill and courage in swimming, 
for which the Royal Humane Society conferred on him its Gold Medal. 

107 Colonel Hawley served with the 89th Regiment in the Crimea from the 31st Dec. 1854, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol and attacks of the 18th June and 8th September. Served as D.A.Q.M. General at Balaklava 
during 1856 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, anil 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

109 Colonel Gordon served in the campaigns against the Kaffir tribes of South Africa in 1834-35 (Medal). Also as 
Assistant Engineer during 1837 and 38, on the eastern frontier of the Cape Colony; and employed under Colonel 
Lewis, commanding Royal Engineers, to execute a confidential survey (trigonometrical and statistical) on that fron- 
tier. Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, commanding the 75th Regt. during the capture of Delhi from the 
15th Sept. and was wounded on the 18th leading the assault on the Hubshee-ka-Phateek j planned and carried out 
the forward movement of the right attack within the city, surprising and capturing the Burra Bastion at its gorge 
on the evening of the 19th, retaining it under a constant lire until the next morning, when the enemy evacuated Delhi. 
Proceeded with (ireathed's Column and commanded the Regt. in the actions of Bolundshuhur, Allygurh, Akrabad 
Agra, and Kanoj, advance into Oude and minor affairs ending in the relief of Lucknow; subsequently with the 
Oude field force in front of tho city until 14th Feb.— specially mentioned in Outram's despatch for "judgment and 
coolness" in defending tho left advanced outpost of the Camp during a night attack made by a very iarge force of 
the enemy on tho 16th Jan., which he repulsed with severe loss (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 



War Services of the Coloneh 



5° 



110 Colonel Bavi .erycd in tlic Crimen fmni Nov. i -j u< Ca 

Military Magi-t'rato of the Armv (Medal with Clasp t'">' Soba- 
Brevet of Major I. Served in India iluriiiLT tin: mutiny, ,-iip I .■ -mi 
150 men of 8th Regt., and a detachment of Punjaub i iavalry, vi I 
magazine of Phillour, on the Sutlej, 12th and 13th May 1S57. S 
was dam4vr.111-.lv wounded at, the a-s;mlt of the citv. leg unmut; 

"i Colonel Stapylton served m the I 1. . [] a •.. I 
present at the storming of the Khoord ( i.i.i.; 1 '.1 -- , a '.a :•■ • ' Y 
lortof Mainoo Khail, heroic defence of Jellalabad, and sorties 

March, and 1st April 1842; the general action with defeat of the besieging force under Akbar Khan beftfr 
..Tcllalabnd on the 7th April, the storming of the .Tugdulluck heights, general actum at Tezeen, and recapture of 
Cabool, for which lie has a. Medal, as also for .lellalabad. 

113 Colonel C. (J. Frn-. i- -rved ;ll , (n-d, rly Officer! 1 Brigadii r 

. the 5th Jan. 1 1, and iibsequently with the 7th HussaT in 



Mounted Staff Corps, r 
.'lass of the Medjidie, Ti 
force consisting of 2 gun 
ed the garrison and sec 
the 8th Eegt. at the si, 
;of Lt.Colone!, Medal w 
jf 1840 and 4.: in Affgh 
ngtho Jugdulluek Pass 
14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 



Man 



istan, and was 
iduction of the 
th March, 24th 



Allah; 



e fanatic , mi 
ut the Trans- 
ick on Bankei 



and from 
affairs of 
ron again: 
Brevet of 
the Fort • 
gallantry ' 
paign in 

A i'm:: va 
awarded t 



battles of Ferozeskaii and SobraomMeda 
the passage of the Cheuub and battles of 

n* Colonel Hon.S. J. G. Calthorpe servei 
ing the battles of Alma,, Balaklava, and In 
(Medal with I', mri 'la.-ps, Brevet of Major, J- 

"' C >1 mel R idmoad served vvith the 61 
sent at the passage of the Chenab and in 
Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to th 



ceasing vigilance," CB., and Medal). Ha 1, . u 

ei compaign of 1845-46, and was present at the 
, in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, ia 

■at (Medal wiih two Clasps). 

1 ■ - \ ' mp to L ird Rs ! la q, inekid- 



gion of Honor, 5 1 
iroughout the I 
f Sadoolapore, ' 
ss (Medal wit," 



h twi 



'las 



Country, and skirmishes near Saggovv and Zoormundie on nth and 14th Dec. 1849. Commanded 
panies 61st Regiment with the force under Sir Colin Campbell at the forcing of the Kohat I 'ass m 1 
with Clasp). Commanded Detachment 61st Regiment which repulsed the attack of the mutinous 
magazine at Ferozepore on 1 .th May 1837, and was severely wounded. Served at the siege (i 



assault and e..;>t 11 ■ ■ ■:' I'. In, I Me 

siege of Seba -1 ipol I Me lal mi h 1 1 
the siege and. capture of Lucknov 
troops with the Left Wing of the 
of Selimpore, and two other succi 
at the defeat, of Benee Madho by 



inrt CB.). 

of 1854 with the 23rd Fusiliers, including the battle of Alma and 
'.irkisii Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny of 1857-59, including 
iirns- the (loouilee under Outram. Commanded at'o 

: e Bues varra district of Oude, including the capture of 1 
mts at Julrowlee and Poorwah, eoinmanded Left Wing of the -3rd 
axarghat (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with clasp, and men- 



mil fall of Sebastopul (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, SardiiiiauanilTurkish Medals, and sth. 
;s 01 the medjidie). Served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign (Medal). Served in the Abyssinian 
paign in 1868 as Deputy Adjutant General of the Expeditionary Force, and was present at the capture of 
Cdala (mentioned in despatches for " great abibtv and untiring energy," CB., and Medal). 
; Colonel Fellowes served the Eastern campaign of 1 - ■, 55 as D.A.Q.M. General, Cavalry Division, including the 
irs of Bulganak and M'K.n/ie'- Farm, battle, of Abua, llalaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of £e- 
opol (Medal with four Clasps, lirevet of .Major, Sardinian Medal, and sth Class of the Medjidie). 
1 Colonel Steele served in the 08th Foot in the expedition to the north of China in 1842 (Medal), and waspresent 
ic attack and capture ol Chin Kiang Fou, and at, the landing before Nankin. Served with the 9U1 Lancers at 
rcbel'o:' Lucknow by Lord Clyde in Nov. 1837. and commanded the Squadron on advanced guard at the taking 
ie Secunderbagh ami during tiie relief; also commanded a Squadron at the batttle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857, 
at :'■■ action at S r.ughat; commanded two S,, . i .• .■ , - c, ;, ■ 1, ,11 at Shinnshabad (severely wounded) ; present 
ng the siege ol LufiknOW from 2nd to iolh March 1 358, and c unmainled a. S«iuadron in the Trans-Cogra affair 

:umilak..ii ime'.ti , I 111 despatehc, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

served in the Kastern campaig:. up to 15th Oct. 1854 as D.A.Q.M. General, including the battle of 
Sebastopol (Medal with 1 vo Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
\!' ,-■ ,.-. . 1 •.-. a t the • 'I Highlanders tin- Eastern campaign of 1855, including- the expedition 
id fall of Si bastop ■ . ■!• , ,-, ick of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, brevet ofMajor, and Turkish 
1 Military Secretary to Lord 1 'Ivde in India during the campaign from August 1 837 to March 1H5S, 
won n, led (lost left 'arm I at the relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt.Colonel. Medal with 01asp;and (J..). 
meral ol the European Brigade and Second in Command throughout the Ashanti war from 
id the Brigade at the battle of Amoaful, capture of Becqua, battle of Ordahsu, and ciqiture of 
s of Parliament, and KCB., Medal with Clasp). 



during the Bieg 

at Kumdakoii 

'»> Colonel Pi 

Alma and siegi 

121 Sir Archil 
to Kertcli, Bie - 
Medal). Serve 
and was sevi ■• 
Was Brigadier 
December 1873 
Coomassie (tha. 

122 Colonel Newdigate served with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade the Eastern campaign of T854 and up to July 
1855, including the battles of Alma, and Inkerman (wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major. Knight of the Legion of Honor, sth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

123 Colonel Yonge served with the Out-en's Royals throughout, Lord Keane's campaign in Alfghanistan and l'eloo- 
chistau, and was severely wounded at the storming of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also the can. paign in the 
Southern Mahratta country in 1844 (including the storm ofthe fortress of I'unella), and that of the Coiican in 1845. 

124 Colonel Meyrick served in the Crimea from 30th Dec. 1854. and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with one' Clasp, 5U1 Class of the Medjidie," and Turkish Medal). 

125 Colonel Marshall served in the Crimea from 1st to 26th Sept. 1855, as Aide de Camp to Sir James Scarlett 
•(Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol. and Turkish Medal). 

126 Colonel Bassano served with the 32nd Regiment at the first and second siege operations before Mooltan, the 
attack on the enemy's position in front of the advanced trenches on 12th Sept. 1848, the action oi Soorjkoond, 
storm and capture 'of the city and surrender of the fortress; also present at the surrender of the fort and 
garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of O.oorat, (Medal with two Clasps). Served during the Indian mutiny in 
l8 57-59: w -^ '" action at Cuinhiit on 30th June 1857 (severely wounded), and from that, date engaged 111 the del, -nee 
of the Residi ucy of Lucknow until its final relief by Lord Clyde on 24th Nov. 1857 ; engagi d in a s, 1: . ■ . • < h 
Sept. when seven guns were captured, and was in command of the Regiment from 27th Sept. to 24th No c- - ■.- 
tioned in despatches by Sir John [nglis and the Governor General, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel) ; also .agaged 
in the defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore on the 6th Dec. 1857, and in part of the subsequent campaign in 
Oude (Medal with Clasp, and grant of a year's service for Iiucknow). . 

!'" Sir Henry Haveloek served as D.A.g.M. General in the Persian expedition from 15th Feb. 1S57, including the 
bombardment and capture of Mohumrah (Medal). Served throughout the Indian campaigns of 1857 50 as Aide de 
Camp to General Haveloek from 7 th July, in the actions of Futtehpore, Aoimg, Pandoo Nuddee, and Cawnpore, and 
as D. A. Adj. General to the force from 20th July 1857, in the actions of Oonao, Busseerut gunge (hor.-e ,lmt ). Naua.o- 
gunge, B01 irl leeake 1 !hi iwkee, Bithoor, Mungarwar, and Alumbagh, and relief of Lucknow 



wounded by musket-ball through left, elbow, ami horse shot ; defence of the Residency until 1 
on 17th Nov., on which day again severely wounded by a ritte-ball through left shoulder. Witl 
Joonpore Field Force under General Franks as D. A". Adj. General and was present at the a 
Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore. Present with the 4 th Division before Lucknow from 4th M: 
ing the storming of the Lesser Emaumbarra and the Kaiserbagh. Served as D. A. Adj. Genera. 



29th March with 



5i War Services of the Colonels. 

Lugard's Column, and present at the relief of Azimghur ; operations to 4th June (sabre cut on right hand) against 
the Jugdespore rebels, including the attack on thatstrongholdandeightminor skirmishes. As D. A. General in the dis- 
turbed districts of Ghazeepore and Behar under Brigadier Douglas from 15th June to Nov. 1858, including the 
operations in the former district in July and August, and the campaign in Shahabad in Oct. and November. Com- 
manded a detached body of 250 Mounted Riflemen and Cavalry in pursuit of the rebels after they evacuated 
Jugdespore on 18th Oct., intercepted and turned them from the Soane river, and three times engaged and defeated 
them, once at Nonaitee on 20th Oct., inflicting considerable slaughter. Commanded a Detachment of Hodson's 
Horse with the Army in Oude under Lord Clyde, and present at the skirmish at Burgudeea, capture of Musjeedia, 
and final actiou on the Baptee on 31st Dec. 1858. Served till the conclusion of the campaign in command of the 1st 
Regt. Hodson's Horse. Was repeatedly mentioned in despatches, has received the Victoria Cross, the Brevets of Major 
and Lt.Colonel, a year's service for Lucknow. and Medal with two Clasps. Served in the New Zealand war of 1863 
and to the end of 1864 (Medal), and present at Rangariri, Paterangi, and Orakau; commanded at the skirmish of 
Waiare, where the enemy's loss fell wholly on the Ngatimaniapoto tribe, the originators of the war. 

128 Colonel Baring served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma (severely wounded — 
arm amputated). Rejoined the 1st Battalion before Sebastopol on the 12th May 1855 and served with 'it until after 
the fall of the place -Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

1 29 Colonel Sarel served with the 9th Lancers during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of 
Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Also throughout the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, was present 
at the siege and capture of Delhi, commanded the Cavalry of the force under General Nicholson at the action of 
Nujuffghur, and a squadron at the Moiree Bastion on 14th Sept., also at the battle of Bolundshuhur where he was 
severely wounded whilst leading a charge through the town, present at the actions of Allyghur, Agra, Kanoge, 
Maraigunge, served as Brigade Major of Cavalry at the affair at the Alunibagh, assault of the Secundra Bagh, and 
the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (Brevet of Major), battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, actions at Seraighat and 
Khodargunge, occupation of Futtehghur, passage of the Goomtee under Outram, siege and capture of Lucknow, the 
summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund, actions at Rooya and Allygunge, capture of Bareilly, relief of Shahabad 
the repulse of the attack on it and pursuit of Mohumdee ; also with the Cavalry in Oude under Sir Hope Grant, and 
present at the occupation of Fyzabad ; commanded a Regiment of Irregular Cavalry during the latter part of campaign 
in Oude, and was present with it at the passage of the Gogra and the subsei ■ ■ -inns in the Terai (thanked 
by the Governor General in Council, and fourteen times mentioned in desp;-' ■ '. . with Clasp). Acted on the 
Staff of Sir Hope Grant in China in 1S60 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Cla-ps for the Taku Forts and 
Pekin). 

131 Sir Seymour John Blane served with the Scots Fusilier Guards throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman (wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of the 26th Oct. 
(Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served as Brigade Major 
to General Nicholson at the defeat of the Sealkote mutineers at Goodaspore on the i2:h and 16th July 1S57, action 
at Nujjufghur, siege and assault of Delhi, — three times mentioned in despatches and in General orders by the Go- 
vernor General (Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

I31 t Colonel Harenc served with the 97th Regiment in the Indian campaigns in 1857-5S, including the actions of 
Nusrutpore, Chanda, Ummeerpore, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp). 

132 Colonel Whitmore landed in the Crimea with the 2nd Battalion 1st Royals on 22nd April 1S55. and was at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

133 Colonel Gubbins served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to Sir De Lacy Evans, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely woimded) and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with three 
Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).. 

131 Colonel Hill served with the 95th Regiment the Eastern ca'mpa ign of 1S54 and up to the 28th March 1855, including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on the 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). Accompanied the Naval expedition under Commodore Wise, to the great Scarcies River, in January, 
and was present on the 1st and 2nd Feb. 1858 at the bombardment and destruction of the towns of Kambia, Roy- 
berry, Towyah, Macauka, Tanka Mars, and Karstalla, also was present with the Military and Naval expedition, at 
the storming of the war fences at Kambia, and the bombardment and destruction of the j an □ of ( rbaUah, on the 
23rd and 24th March 1S59: commanded the Left Division of the Force employed against thefcngof Baddiboo, up the 
River Gambia, in Feb. 1861, composed of the Left Wing of his Regiment, the Royal Gambia Militia Artillery, and a 
battery of Frenfch Artillery— was on board H. M.S. Torch and Dover at the bombardment of the enemy's works 
on the banks of the Swarracunda Creek on i6thFeb. 1861. Commanded the landing party, consisting of Detach- 
ments 1st and 2nd W. I. Regiments, and at the storming and capture of the enemy's entrenched works, was 
'; at the storming capture and destruction of the fortified towns of Carawan on the 17th, of Kinty Cunda and 
, on the 18th February ; was also present at the battle of Saba , and the storming capture and total destruction of 
the enemy's stockades on the 21st Feb. 1861. Commanded the Troops engaged against the King of Qniah ; was 
present at the capture and destruction of Massongha on 10th Dec, also at the storming and destruction of tho 
stockades and war fences at Madonkia on 19th Dec. 1861 (severely wounded), and accompanied the expedition up 
the Ribbie river 17th Jan. 1862 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

135 Sir Roger Palmer served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 26th August 18=55 with the nth Hussars, in- 
cluding the affair of Bulganak, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

136 Colonel Gleig served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

137 Colonel Rattray served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Crimea from the 4th Dec. 1S54. including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and was severely wounded at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also during the Indian campaign of 1S57-58, and was present with Havelock's 
Column at the relief ami subsequent defence of Lucknow (twice mentioned in despatches), defence of the Alumbagh 
under Outram, and capture of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (Medal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

138 Colonel Laurie served with the 4th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from the 8th November 1854 until the 
evacuation of the Crimea, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, including the repulse of the two 
sorties on the advanced trenches in front of the Ovens on the 22nd and 23rd November [mentioned in despatches), 
attacks on the Barrack Battery on the 18th June and on the Redan on the 8th September 1855 ; he was wounded in 
December 1854, and again in March 1S55 ,'Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the .Medjidie). Served 
in India during the mutiny, and was Staff Officer of a Field Force in the Rewah Kantee district in i860. 

139 Colonel Nelson served as Sab Assistant Commissary General in sole charg< of Bombay Army 
throughout the operations in Candahar and Affghai i-tan dining 1841-42 under Sir Win. Nott (Medal), and was 

present in the actions of Kale Shceklc, Nungie Keek, Goaim . < : h ■.■.and occupation of Cabool, and in all the 

affairs in which the Candahar division was engaged in its progress through the Kho irdCub >ol, Tezeen, Jugdulluck 
and Khyber Passes. Accompanied the Bombay troops under Colonel Stack from Kerozepore to effect a junction with 
the army under Sir Charles Napier in Sind and was present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). Received the 
thanks of the Governor General of India and also of the Bombay I lovorument lor I he manner in which the duties of 
Commissariat had been conducted. Served as Aide de Camp to Sir Thomas Valiant in the action of Maharajpore 
29th Dec. 1843, and had a horse shot under him (mentioned in de-patcho-. Bronze Star). On the outbreak of the 
insurrection in Jamaica in 1865 he was appoint id (being then Deputy Adjutant General) Brigadier General to 
command the Troops in St. Thomas-in-llic- l.'.i ;. lb ceiVed the thanks' of the Governor and a vote, unanimously 
passed by the Jamaica House of Assembly, of . o guineas for a testimonial in recognition of his services. 

139 t Colonel Rickman served With the 771I1 Regiment in the Crimea from Nov. 1054. including the siege of Sebas- 
topol and sortie of 22ml March (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5t.l1 Class of the Media tie, and Turkish Medal). 

110 Colonel Deshon served with the 22nd Regt, in Scinde, and was present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). 
He served also the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1S44 4-. and w a ■ tin- investment and 

capture of the Fon 1 1 he operations against the Forts Of Munnahur and Mun- 

sontosh in the Southern Conean. handed in the Crimea with the 48th Regt. on 21st April 1855, and served at the 



War Services of the Colonels. 52 

siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded a portion of the Regiment detached on duty in the Dockyard from 14th 
January to 14th Marc 1 1851". (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5II1 Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

141 Colonel Pitt in ;g ra I, organized and trained the Victorian Volunteer Force— for this service he re- 
ceived the thanks of I r Ma', -ty's ( ; ,\a rnment. On the renewal of the war in New Zealand in 1863 he was, on the 
recommendation 01' 1. t; -111-1-.il Sir Duncan Cameron, commissioned liythe Colonial Government to raise Local 
Corps to aid the troop . and in a very short time succeeded Lnraisi § apwards of 2,000 men — for tlr's service he was 
promoted to an Uir 1 ich. d Majority. In Dec. 1863 he was appointed A--istant Military Seen 1 r..' .0 Sir Duncan 
Cameron, and serv. .1 in the Waikato campaign of 1863-64, including the attacks on Orakau and the (late Pah : also 
in the Whanganui campaign of 1864-65, including the actions of Nukumaru and Kakaramia (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel). On the departure of Sir Duncan Cameron he was appointed Assistant Military Secretary to 
Major General Chute, and served throughout the Wangnnui and Taranaki campaign of 1865-66, including the 
assaults on Okotuku, Putaki, Otapawa, and Waikoto, and the march through the Taranaki forest (mentioned in 
despatches, CB., and Medal). 

142 Colonel Boldero served with the 21st Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 27th April 1855, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded in left arm) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
three Clasps, Brevet Ma or, Sardinian and Turkish Medal,-, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

i*» Colonel-George Me in served with the 13th Meet. in Afghanistan in 1838, 39, 40, and 41, and was present at the 

Storm and capture . f Him; iMedall. a .-.; oil and rapture - ; ' - l - t ..vu and forts of Tnnnr 1 In • a .rni of Jool- 

ghur, night a1 e Baboo Koos) Ghur.de ructi 10 . ! , ■ 11. a' Perwt ■' rming the 

Khoord Caboo Pass, where he was dangerously wounded 1 id it into 1 ih I, and wa . - resent with 

tlie Force and ir M - or 1 enrnl Klohin-toue during the insurrection at Cabool, and on the disastrous retreat, until 

taken or. ■• ; M .gn on the 8th Jan, 1842 ; he was released with the or her Cabool captive 1 in September following. 

Was specie: oned for gallant conduct during the disastrous retreat from Cabool in 1S42 by Sir Robert Peel 

when m e, ml' a vote of thanks in the House of Commons to the Army of the Indus in 1843, at the conclusion of the 
A Ugh an war. 

144 Colonel Hibbert served with the 91st Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1851-53, and was wounded in action at 
Waterkloff on 8th March 1852 (Medal). 

145 Colonel John Peel served with the 34th Regt. in the Crimea from Feb. 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol and capture of the Quarries— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and T , ■ 

146 Colone' Km _-.it, ser\ el with the 17th Lancers in the Central India campaign in 1858-59, including the action of 
Burode (Medal). 

"7 Colonel Bobertsoh-Boss served as an Ensign in the Cape Mounted Rifles during the Kaffir war of 1850-51 
(Medal), was appointed to the local rank of Captain when in command of a corps of Irregular Cavalry called 
" Armstrong's Horse ; " in which capacity he was engaged in many succes ful affairs ag thee may, including 

the action against Seyola's tribe, 16th April 1851, where he had his horse killed under him ; and more particularly at 
the combined attack on the Amatolas 28th June 1851, when he eon, en, a del ched 1 ■ , dry; was six 

times thanked in (J. aeral orders, and three times specially mentioned in the despatches of the Commander in Chief, 
and promoted to a Lieutenancy in the 4th Regiment. Served throughout the Eastern cat ipaign of 1854-55 with the 
4th Regt., ineluding the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fa.il of Sebastopol ; specially meni amed in the 
despatches of Lord Raglan for having, when in command of a doiaeumcnt of the 4th Regt. in the advanced trench 
before Sebastopol, repa'-aal two attacks of the Russians on the night of the 22nd Nov. 1S54 ; and a ga. in thanked in 
Lord Raglan's de patch for his conduct, at the attack and occupation of the Cemetery, on which occasion he was 
Aide de Cam]) lo Sir William Evre (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Me I idie. aid Turkish Medal). 

148 Colonel Gall served with the 14th Light Dragoons throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the action of Bamnuggur with the charging squadrons, and received a severe sabre wound 11 ■ n e ion, to seize a 

Standard, pass: f Urn Chenab, and battles ,,f cle 'ban wallah and Goojcrat (Medal with two Clasps). Served with 

the Per , 1 1 7 . ( (>iiniiande,| the Left Wing ofthe 14th Light Dragoons in the field from the 9th June 

1857 to the 15th June 1858, during the Indian mutiny;— with 1 1 Decca Field] irceatl 1 sup] ■ ionol he mutiny 
atAurungt I; with the Malwa Paid Force under Sii 1 harles Stuart; and with the Ce .' India FieldForce 

under Sir Hugh Rose, including the siege and rapture of |)]iar, aeti lis at, Mi ' 1 the battle of 

Gooraria, on the 21st 22nd 23rd and 24th Nov. 1857, and relief of Neemuch, 1 md capture f Chandairee, siege 

and capture of Jhansi in command of a Flying Camp, consisting of a squadron 14th Light lira > ' -.two epoiinders, 
two sj4-inch mortars, and 180 Native Infantry; commanded the Troops, consisting of Cavalry, Infantry, and 
Artillery engaged in the affair of Sohai (or Lohar) in which about 400 of the enemy were slain, commanded a Flying 
Column detached to watch and report on the movemenl of the enemy between Jhansi and Calpee, commanded the 
Field Force detache 1 to c ipture Fort Loharee and headed the stormers in the assault (several contusion-), served as 
Lt.Colonel in the action of Kooneh, in all the a Hairs in front, of Calpee, and at the battle of Gallowlie, present at 
the capture of Calpee and commanded all the Cavalry sent in pursuit, detached in coi 1 ad of a Flying Column 
sent to reinioive 1.1 1 ,',,, 1 pobrrt-oifs Flying i .Inii.n intl ■ pnr-int, to c Morar Can- 
tonments (Brevet, 1... ■ mel CB., and aedal ., tb Clasp f r Central India). id in des- 
patches : — by Lord ( l 1 h. . I. r, at Bamnuggur "nob! ttph Id 1 : , 1 ,-andi 1 th service"; by 

Brigadier Si'-mrt am ■■■ ; ,| . ... .. ■• 1 i, ( 'apt,,,,, 1 Jail him . '■':. i .e, • ,,, j,, -: .,■■■ ad I : ;, -,t -, a ble, zealous, hard- 

working Officer ] ■ ■ verme .rith.oro- I incti l" ; by Sir Hugh al ins 

against Jhansi,— "Then . Lai Brig lier Stuart and myself occupied the ch, byaco ssistedby 

Major Gall, who- spiritedly scaled the bastion at the O 1 Gate from his Flyi gCan 1, and capturing mthatwas 

there, threw it down the ramparts ; I beg to recommend for good and gallant serv re Minor Call, ,'.r." ; again by Sir 

Hugh Rose,— "I sent Major Gall to punish the treacherous garrison ol Lohar 
Excellency's notice that this is not the first occasion in which Major Gall '• 1 a gi 

with great intelligence and indefatigable zeal have induced me to employ him fri 

duties especially bdn, gmg to Light Cavalry. "Hi all thes ea-iou- Major Gall h; 

duties of this arm and how thoroughly he undei stands them.' Re a1 ve to the ba 

reportsthal "hi b t1 v u..e to Ma ,. 1 'Jail commanding Lefl Wing -4th L 

Hugh Rose on the dpi ; Calpee, -" Once clear of the re. 1 -. 1 directed Lt.Ct 

with Horse Artillery and Cavalry; I beg to mem -. h m • lially, his Column 

which their main body had retreated from Cal] and ,-ix cat ar -oned elephants. '1 

Lt.Colonel Gall's Column tied 111 the utmost disorder." With reference to the Fe 
General of India desires to express his entire approval of 1 tnt conduct of the 

Major Gall in this affair, and his cordial appreciation of 1 ' Gall h 

and on all occasions in which he has been employed." Appointed Aid de Camp 1 the Queen, 8th June 1870. 

i« Colonel G. S. Xoung - rved the Sutlej campaign of 184 , with the i th Regl ucluding the battles of 
Moodkee, Feroze hali, ,1 1 -00-, .,a wounded (Medal and two Clasps). Served in 1 1 1 • Indian campaign in 1858-59; 
commanded the Head Quarter Wing of the 80th Regt. with a column in Oude ; at the capture ofthe Fort of Simree, 
at Beera and Doondeakeira (Brevel of Major, Modal). 

1 50 Colonel Wombw-ad -erve 1 with the 46th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of Major, 5th Class ofthe Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

151 Colonel Morant served with the 68th Light Infantry the Eastern campaign to the 8th Nov. 1854, including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (fracture of right arm in the Trenches). Served as Aide 
de Camp to Brigadier 1 Jeneral Shirlev from 10th Sept. 1855 (Medal with thr -e Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in the New Zealand war in 1.04 ■'•■ commanded the ooth from 8t !i Jan. to o.fh March 1864; commanded the Drury 
Military Hist tact from ■ A ■■■■ I ■ ■ to ; ; t' Jiimm was in command n! four 1 'loi'mniis of the 68th during the 
operations on the We-t Coa il-,, - ; and 1 -■■ ■.. including the ac.inn in : 1 , nva and commanded a Column of 200 
men in a skirmish • 1 ar Whareroa : commanded a field force at Mutar iv ■ ■ i,e; r N-m Plymouth in Jan. 1S66, which 
co-operated Lu the 1 land of Mount Egmont ir support of Major General Chute's Field Force (Medal). 
Appointed Aid- -•, ■' i-i -en, 12th November 1870. 

153 Colonel 1 ei ... com ,, Ithe 1st Battalion 60th Bifles on the Red Biver expedition of 1870 (C2tf<?.). 
156 Colonel Lyons served , the 20th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and commanded the selected 
marksmen of the Regiment in the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, Sultanpore, and Fort of Dhowraha, whence he 



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53 War Services of the Colonels. 

assisted in bringing away two guns under a heavy fire ; was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, the 
subsequent operations in Oude and affair of Mohan, and commanded four Companies at Morar Mow and Beerah, 
Fort of Simree, and action of BuxarGhat; served .as Brigade Major to the and Brigade Oude Force, and was 
present at the capture of Fort Oohmrea (three times mentioned in despal dies, Medal with ( 'lasp, and Brevet of Major). 

157 Colonel A. J. H. Elliot served five years in India, the last two on Lord Hardinge's staff, prior to entering the 
Royal Army, and was present with his regiment, the 8th Bengal Cavalry, at the battle of Punniar (Bronze Star) ; 
also in the Sutlej campaign, including the battle of Ferozeshah (Medal). Served in the Crimean campaign from 
Oct. 1854 to 1st April 1S55 as Aide de Camp to General Scarlett, including the battle of Balaklava (severely wounded), 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish 
Medal). 

158 Colonel Nason served with the 49th Regiment in the Crimea from the iSth May 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, the assault on the Quarries (mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of Major), and of theRedan 
on the 18th June and Sth September (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

159 Colonel H. F. Williams served with the 1st Battalion 60th Rifles during the second siege operations at Mooltan, 
including the siege and storm of the town, and capture of the citadel; was afterwards present at the battle of 
Goojerat, the pursuit of the Sikh Army, and the expulsion of the Affghans beyond the Khyber Pass 1 Medal with two 
Clasps). Also present during the operations in the Euzofzye Country, and capture of the insurgent villages on the 
nth and 14th Dec. 1S49 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign of 1857 against the mutineers in India, includ- 
ing the act:. .)i- ,, : t'a- ! lindun of the 30th and 31st May, battle of Budleeke Serai and taking of the Heights before 
Delhi on Sth June, subsequent siege operations to 16th August— severe gun-shot wound and left thigh-bone broken 
on 19th June [Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

160 Colonel Harman served in the 34th Regt. in the Crimea, from 9th Dec. 1854 to nth Julv 1855, including the 
siege of Sebastopol, capture of the Rifle Pits on 19th April, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 34th Regt. at the 
assault of the Redan on the iSth June, when he received seven severe wounds (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1S57-58, including affairs of 26th 
27th and 28th November, with the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, and other 
minor affairs in Oude (Medal with Clasp). 

162 Colonel J. Dwyer served with the 14th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from 10th Jan. 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the^Legion of 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the New Zealand war in 1864-65, and commanded 
the 2nd Batt. in ihe campaign from Feb. to Sept. 1S64 (Medal). 

163 Colonel G. H. Page served in the sSth Regt. in New Zealand (Medal) , and was present at the storming of Kawiti's 
Pah nth Jan. 1S46, and he defeated the Natives in a night attack on his post on the River Hutt, 16th May following. 
Present at the skirmish at Taitai 16th June, commanded a Detachment at the capture of the Chief Te Rauperaha and 
at the skirmish in Horokiwi Valley ; present at the attack and repulse of the enemy on the settlements and stockades 
of Wanganui 19th May ; and in the action of the 19th July 1847 he directed a charge which repulsed the enemy. 
Served with the 41st Regt. in the Crimea, subsequently to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 6th Dec. 1855, until the 
withdrawal of the Army. 

164 Colonel G. B. Baynes served with the Sth Regt. at the siege of Delhi in 1857, including repulse of sorties on the 
9th 14th 1 8th and 23rd July, and commanded the" storming party of the 2nd Column of attack at the assault of the 
city (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

165 Colonel J. C. M'Neill served during the campaign of 1857-58 in India as Aide de Camp to Sir Edward Lugard 
during the siege and capture of Lucknow, engagement at Jaunpore, relief of Azimghur, and various operations at 
Jugdespore (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). In 1861 proceeded with Sir Duncan Cameron to New Zealand 
as his Aide de Camp and served thereuntil 1865 ; 'present at the engagements on the Katikara river, the Koeroa, Ran- 
gariri, the Gate Pah, and various other encounters with the natives (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and was awarded the 
Victoria Cross " for valour and presence of mind " in saving the life of Private Vosper — Medal). Commanded the 
Tipperary Flying Column during the Fenian disturbances in the winter of 1866-67, ana w » s thanked by Lord 
Strathnairn in General orders for services rendered on that occasion. Served on the Staff of the Red River 
Expedition from Canada under Sir Garnet Wolseley in 1870 (CAT 6?.). Served as Colonel on the Staff and Second in 
Command of the Ashanti expedition under Sir Garnet Wolseley in 1873 till very severely wounded on the 13th 
October in the attack of the village of Essaman (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). Appointed Aide de 
Camp to H.R. H. the Commander in Chief in January 1874, and Equerry to the Queen on the 1 ith August following. 

167 Colonel Hardy served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and commanded the Detachment of two Companies 46th 
Foot at the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, andlnkerman (severely wounded in right shoulder), and siege of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and CB.). 

168 Colonel Parish served the Kaffir campaign of 1S46-47 (Medal), and commanded a mixed force of Royal Artil- 
lery, Cape Mounted Rifles, two Companies of the 45th Regiment, and 900 Zulus, detached from Natal in aid of the 
British Resident in the Sovereignty, South Africa, in 1851-52 (mentioned in despatches). Commanded the 45th 
Regiment in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S68, and was present at the storming and capture of Magdala (men- 
tioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

l6 f Colonel Greaves served at Peshawur during the Indian mutiny in 1857-58. Served as Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant General in the Eusofzye expedition of 1858 under Sir Sydney Cotton (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the war in New Zealand as D.A. Quarter Master General from January 1862 to January 
1866. Surveyed the Waikato River under circumstances of great difficulty and danger, and piloted up it the gun- 
boats Avon and Pioneer. Was present at nearly the whole of the engagements, and was repeatedly mentioned in 
despatches — mentioned as being " always conspicuous for energy and daring " (Brevets of Major 'and Lt.Colonel, 
.and Medal). Served as Chief of the Staff of the Ashanti Expedition of 1873-74, and was present at the battle of 
Amoaful, battle of Orrtahsu and capture of Coomassie, including the minor engagements on the road. Mentioned 
in despatches by Sir Garnet Wolseley in the following terms :— " Colonel Greaves assumed the duties of Chief of 
the Staff on the 17th December. His great knowledge of the army, his experience as a Staff Officer, the zeal and 
ability he brings to bear upon his work mark him out as eminently qualified for the post he occupied. He has 
rendered the most valuable assistance " (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

170 Colonel Hammersley served in the Trenches at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the 18th 
June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian Medal, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

171 Coionel H. Butler served with the 57th Regiment in the Crimea from 23rd Sept. 1854, including the battles of 
Balaklava and Inkerman (carried the Colours after Lieut. Hague was killed), siege and fall of Sebastopol, assault 
of the Redan on 181I1 June, and expedition to Kinbourn (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the New Zealand war in 1861 ; also in that of 1863-65 (Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, aud Medal). 

172 Colonel Bellairs was present with the Second Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, from 
the landing in Turkey to the evacuation of the Crimea, including the battles of Alma (as Adjutant of the 49th Regt.) 
and Inkerman (where he led into action a Detached Wing of the 49I.I1 Regt.), siege and fall of Sebastopol, affair of 
the 26th October, attack of the Quarries on 7th June, and of the Redan on the iSth Juno and Sth September (men- 
tioned in despatches "for distinguished conduct"). Appointed Deputy Assistant Quarter .Master General in 
Dec. 1854, and Assistant, Quarter Master General to the 2nd Division at the close of the campaign (Medal with 
throe Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

173 Colonel H. B. Norman served with the 10th Regiment in tho Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, aud was present at the 
battle tff Sobraon (Medal). He served also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present during the whole of 
tho siege operations against Mooltan and surrender of tho fortress, including the affair of the 9th Sept., storming tho 
•enemy's strongly-entrenched position before Mooltan, and commanded the Troops in the advanced batteries of the 
Camp during tho action of Soorjkoond; afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (Modal with two Clasps). 
Commanded two Companies when tho Sepoys mutinied at Benares on 4th June 1857; commanded the selected 
marksmen of the Regiment with the Jounporc Field Force, including the actions of Chanda, Sultanpore, and 
Dhowraha ; present with the Regiment at tho repulse of the enemy near Amerpoore, siege and capture of Lucknow 
including tho storming of the Emaumbara and tho Kaisabagh ; commanded the Regiment at the passage of the 
Tonse and forcing the onemy's position near Azimghur; present in the skirmish near Birheea, and at the defeat of 
the enomy at Jugdespore and subsequently repulsed them from that post ; commanded the Regiment in the opera- 



War Services of the Colonels. 54— 59 

tions on the 26th May, 2nd and 4th June; was several times mentioned in despatches, and promoted Brevet 
Major and Brevet Lt.Colonel (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

17* Colonel Traill-Burroughs served with the 93rd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, in- 
cluding the battles of Alma and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
assaults of the iSth June and Sth Septeml ler (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served also in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, the storming of the 
Secundrabagh and of the Shahnujeev (was the first through the breach at the Secundrabagh and was slightly 
wounded on the head In- a tulwar cut), battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and pursuit to Seraighat, action of Khoda- 
gunge, storming of the Beegum Khotee and capture of Lucknow — severely wounded (Brevet of Major, Medal with 
two Clasps). Served with the Euzofzai Field Force in the campaign against the Boneyrs and other mountain tribes 
on the N".W. Frontier of India in Dec. 1S63, and commanded the Regiment whilst encamped in the Umbeyla Pass 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

'" Colonel Hon. W. H. Herbert served with the 46th Regiment in the Crimea from the 31st July 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

178 Colonel St.George M. Nugent served with the 29th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 1846 — severely wounded 
(Medal and Clasp), and was present at the battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon. 

1 " 9 Brigadier General k. C. Stewart served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, was present at the storm and cap- 
ture of Meangunge, and served as D. A. A. General to Sir Edward Lugard's Division — at the siege and capture of 
Lucknow in March 1S58— severely wounded and horse wounded in three places (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp). 

180 Colonel Drewe served with the 23rd Fusiliers the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Quarries, also attacks of the 18th June and 8th 
Sept. — wounded and mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals) . 

181 Colonel T. Ross commanded a detached force on the Nepaul frontier in 1859 ; drove the rebels from the plains 
of Tilawara where there was a large Bazar, and next day attacked them in the Jungle of Pipurea, the whole rebel 
army in consequence retired to Botoul, where they were cut up by Sir R. Kelly— for general services on the frontier 
was highly complimented by the Commander in Chief and Sir R. Kelly (Medal). 

183 Colonel Blackett served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 with the 93rd Highlanders and that of 1855 with the 
Coldstream Guards, iucluding the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

183 Colonel Wilson served with the 55th Regiment in the Crimea, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 
25th October 1855 to the end of the Russian war. Also on the Bhootan expedition, including the recapture of 
Dewangiri in 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 

181 Colonel Gough served with the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the action of Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab, battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal 
with two Clasps) . Served with the 12th Lancers throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal), and was present 
with every expedition, including the action of Berea, where he commanded the Detachments of Cavalry with Sir 
George Cathcart's Column (mentioned in general orders and despatches) , and for one year commanded Sir George's 
Escort until peace was established. Served in the Crimea with the 12th Lancers from their landing on the Sth 
May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, battle of Tchernaya, and operations near Eupatoria under 
General D'AUonville (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



6o 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



COHNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



William Leader Maberlv, Lt.Col. Unatt 

c.Wm. G. Dawkins, 1 Cajd. 4- Lt.Col. h.p. Colds. Gds. ... 

Tyrrell Matthias liyrne, - Major, Unatt 

Richard Francis Waldo Sibihorp, 3 Major, Unatt. ... 

Richard Blackwood-Price, Lt.Col. h.p. R. Artillery 

Henry Buckley Jenner Wynyard, Major, Unatt, 
Commandant, B. Hibernian Military School 

Son. Fenton John Evans Freke, Captain, Unatt... 

Geo.B.C.Crespigny,C'u^/.P«(/»f«.</i rSciaiol of Musketry 

Cha. S. S. Evans Gordon, Lt.Coh Unatt. Governor $\ 
Commandant B, Victoria Hospital, Xctley j 

Henry Dalton Smart, Captain. Unatt 

Samuel HoodStovmlnglefield, Zr.CoZ. h.p. R. Art.) 
Commandinq Hants Artillery Militia $ 

Thos. Robt. Hay Drunimond Hay,- Capt. h. p. 78 F. 

Andrew Hunt, r ''j/u/or, Unattached 

Geo.HayMnncrioif, C^.^X^CbZ.ScotsFusilier Gds 

William John Chads, Lt.Col. 62 Foot 

Lachlan Hector Gilbert Maclean,'' Major, Unattached 

Geo. Grant Gordon, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds 

William Faussett, 9 Lt.Col. h.p. 44 Foot 

Andrew Aytoun, 10 Lt. Colonel, h.p. Royal Artillery 

Geo. Rob. FitzRoy, Capt. 4- Lt. Col. Coldstream Gds. 

Frederick West, 1 - Major, hair pay, Depot Battalion , 

Richard Oliver Francis Steward, 13 Major, Unattached 

Valentine Fred. Story, Capt. Unatt. S. O. of Pensioners 

Henry Fanshawe Davies, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gren. Gds. 

Edwin Maude, l5 Lt. Colonel, h.p. iog Foot 

Edw. Marcus Beresf 1 ird, ( 'apt. 4- Lt. Col. Scots Fus. Gds. 

Samuel Hackett, 16 Major. Unattached 

Andrew Campbell Knox Lock, Lt, Col. 50 Foot 

Thos. Edw. Reunion, 18 Lt.Col. h. p. Royal Artillery 

George Williams Kuox,Capt. 4- Lt. Col, Scots Fus.Gds. 
■Sbre.WalterR, Trefusis, 01^.4- if. Co/. Scots Fus.Gds. 

John Baptist G. Close, Lt. Col. h. p. R, (Bombay) Eng. 
Matthew Jones Hayman, 1 '-' Major, Unattached 

Sir Geo. Francis Coventry Pocock, Larf. 20 Ma/.'Una,tt. 

Bendyshe Walton, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Leopold Grimstoi 1 Pa get,-- 2./. (' o/.h.p. R. Artillery, ) 

Lt.Col. Commandant Isle of ll'i,/I,f Artillery Militia I 

Edmond William Sargent, 23 Lt, Col, h.p. iS Foot,') 

Assistant Adjutant 4- t/.M. General, West Indies ... j 

Thomas Tydd, Lt.Col, h.p. 16 Foot 

Charles Elgee, Major, 23 Foot 

James George Hay-Boyd, 2 ' Major, Unattached 

Richard Preston, Lt, Col, 44 Foot 

Charles Cooch, 3 " Major, Unattached 

Arthur Frederick Warren, CB Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade 
Julian Hamilton Hall, dipt. 4- Lt.Col, Coldst. Gds. .. 
Godfrey James Wigram, dipt. 4- Lt.Col, Coldst. Gds 
Arthur Lambton, Capt. 4 Lt, Col, Coldstream Guards 

Charles Henry Owen, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Paget Walter L'Estrange, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
JohnM'Donnell, 3 -2^.Co/. h.p. Cape Mounted Riflemen 

Philip Smith, Capt, 4- Lt.Col, Grenadier Guards 

IX <£ George Alexander Penny, Lt.Col, R. Artillery... 
WilUam Gilly Andrewes. Lt.Col, Royal Artillery ... 

Roderick Mackenzie, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Lewis Guy Phillips, Capt, 4- Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds. .' 
Lord William Fred. Ernest Seymour, Captain 40 

Lt.Col, Coldstream Guards j 

John Julius Johnstone, Capt. .\- Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds. 
Richard Roundell Roundell, Major, half pay, 28 Foot 
Edward Walker Ellis Walker, Lt.Col. R. Artillery.'.. 

Henry Parlett Bishop, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ...'. 

iOwen Bovill, 33 Major, half pay, 6 Foot 



23 Mar, 
6 Sept. 44 
23 Mar, 



Hercules Walker-Myl 
Robert EmiUus F. Cm 
Thomas Beckwith S; 
Secretary and Ailjuti 
Hon.C.W. St.Cla' " 



Rifle Brigade 
p. R. Artillery 
Unattached, ) 
Urn School... j 
Maj. h.p. 57F. 



William James Cillum," Major, Unattached 
c.Frederic Smith Vaelicr.-Mic/t/r, h.p. 22 F. Assist. \ 

Adj. 4- Qr.Master Gen. Dublin j 

Wm. Henry Randolph Simpson, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
George Alderson Milmnn, 30 Lt.Col., h.p. Royal Art. 
Charles Edward Hurt, 3 - 1 Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 
Edw.StrelloyP.lJurnell,(Viy.4-A/.(.'o/.Col(l8treamGds 
William Tod Brown, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
James Harwood Roeke, 13 Major, h.p. 18 F. Deputy ~) 

Judge Adoocate, London , \ 

William Wilson, Lt.Col. lioval Artillery ....'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.... 

William Pole fnllitigwot.d, Lt.Col. 21 Eoot 

Alexander James John Maedonald, v -< dipt. Unatt. ... 
IX IE Sir Howard!'. \''A V \un n Unai,LCB.CMG.Lt,Col.\ 

Royal Engineers j 

Henry Prim Hutton, Lt.Col. 30 Foot 

Reginald John Manningham-BulleT, Capt. and 1 

Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards j 

WilliamLacy, dipt. Unatt. Stain iliieer of Pensioners 

Robert Maimsell, Lt.Col, h.p. Depot Battalion 

Geo. Butler Stoney, Capt. h.p. 20 Foot, S.O. Pensioners 



2 Aug. 44 

30 June 24 
20 Sept. 39 10 Sept 

18 June 36 

9 Apr. 25 

24 Nov. 35 
29 Jan. 36 

12 Oct. 32 

31 Dec. 33 

19 Mar. 39 



2 Aug. 
> 2 Feb. 
6 June 54 
:2 Nov 
16 Dec. 34 



7 July 43 
9 June 43 
23 Nov. 49 
12 Aug. 43 
29 Sept.43 
25 Nov. 36 



3 Aug. 54 
20 Oct. 
Sept. 
June 



1 Dec. 46 

4 July 

5 Dec. 

6 June 48 

20 Dec. 43 
8 May 

3 June 36 
14 Apr. 46 
1 Dec 

7 Feb. 46 

21 Aug. 49 
23 July 47 



9 Dec. 1 
9 Dec. t 
8 June. 



7 June 44 
o June 49 
20 June 



6 Sept. 36 
9 Dec. 44 

3 June 45 
13 Mar. 47 
2 May 42 
9 June 44 
5 Mar. 39 
8 July 48 

4 Feb. 45 
8 Dec. 46 
8 Dec. 47 

19 Dec. 48 
19 Dec. 48 



12 June 46 

4 Aug. 48 
10 Dec. 47 

3 Mar. 47 

3 Apr. 47 

8 Dec. 47 

9 Nov. 43J25 Dec. 45 

9 Fob. 55 

20 Apr. 26,30 Aug. 27 
24 June 42 '28 Mar. 45 
3 May 36 11 Jan. 39 



Dec. 38 

21 May 

24 Mar. _. 

30 July 39 

3 June 36 

25 Aug. 37 

17 Nov. 41 
5 Nov. 41 

15 June 42 

4 Aug. 54 

12 Sept. 48 

31 Aug. 38 

13 Feb. 52 

23 Aug. 44 
3 July 45 
8 Apr. 53 

29 Jan, 
2b Sept.45 

30 Oct. 40 
19 Dec. 54 

14 Jan. 46 
3 Nov. 54 
3 Dec. 

8 June 
3 My 45 

19 Jan. 5s 

9 Feb. 55 

15 Feb. 54 

20 Aug. 42 

5 Oct. 49 
8 F " 

29 Oct. 45 

26 July 4: 

19 Oct. 38 

18 Feb. 48 

1 Sept. 48 

24 Nov. 48 

25 June 
11 Oct. 

2 Aug. 54 

3 Au^ 

4 Aug. 54 

19 Dec. 48 
19 May 49 

8 Jan. 47 

19 Jan. 

6 Oct. 46 

27 May 50 

9 July 50 

5 June 55 
8 Jan. 55 

July 55 
27 Sept. 39 

July .. 
June 4;. 
Oct. 48 
Dec. 45 
Apr. 46 

23 Oct. 41 

24 Jan. 51 
July 47 

20 Oct. 48 

30 June 48 
8 Jan. 49 
8 June 49 
3 Feb. 55 
3 Mar. 53 

1 Mar. 50 
3 Mar. 53 
5 Nov. 50 
1 Nov. 5 
1 Nov. 5 



14 May 18 
25 Apr. 48 
16 June 43 
5 Mar. 47 
13 Apr. 46 
21 May 41 
May 42 



19 May 25 



20 June 54 
2 Nov. 55 



20 June 54 
June 



7 June 42 20 June 54 
io Dec. 42:20 June 54 



8 Jan. 43 
30 June 48 

17 Nov. 48 
25 Aug. 46 
15 Jan. 56 

30 June 54 

25 Feb. " 

26 Dec. 54 

23 Mar. 49 

27 Apr. 58 
29 Dec. 54 

3 Aug. 49 

7 June 50 

26 May 44 

28 Aug. 57 
15 Sept.55 

29 Apr. 56 

31 Bee. 5 

12 Aug. 5 
11 June 5. 
25 Sept. 57 

2 Feb. 58 

27 Apr. 58 

6 June 54 

4 Aug. 54 

8 Jan. 56 

3 Feb. 52 
25 May 53 

3 Sept. 47 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

13 Feb. " 

14 Feb. 

15 Feb. 56 
15 May 55 
29 June 55 
11 Nov. 5 
25 June 5: 
27 Apr. 58 

7 Sept.55 

24 Sept. 55 
24 June 59 
13 May 59 
29 July 59 

oOct. 46 

8 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

6 Dec. 53 
8 Aug. 51 

22 Mar. 53 

7 Feb. 54 
7 Nov. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 
Apr. 55 

29 May 55 
June 55 

20 Dec. 59 

27 Aug. 58 

1 Dec. 54 
7 Aug. 58 

28 July 54 

29 Dec. 54 
:o Apr. 56 

6 June 54 

7 Dec. 58 

6 Dec. 44 

7 Nov. 51 
19 Dec. 44 



i June 54 
! Mar. 60 



19 Jan. 58 
i2 Dec, 



15 Dec. 54 
22 Dec. 54 



'7 July 55 



27 July 55 
9 Sept.55 
30 Sept. 5 



30 July 62 



2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
9 Jan. 58 



2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
24 Mar. 58 
12 Jan. 64 
9 Mar. 58 
26 Oct. 58 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 



2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
6 July 63 



20 July 58 
2 No^ 
2 Nov. 55 



5 Apr. 56 
28 Aug. 58 
28 Aug. 58 

:g Apr. 56 

6 June 56 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 



28 Aug. 58 
7 Nov. 62 
28 Aug. 5S 
26 Dec. 56 
26 Dec. 56 
26 Dec. 56 
Apr. 57 



4 Apr. 57 
28 Apr. 57 
4 June 57 



30 Dec 

6 Nov 

26 Dec. 56 

26 Dec. 56 

26 May 57 

13 Dec 

13 Dec. 59 
26 Dec. 59 
1 Apr. 60 

1 1 Apr. 60 

4 May 60 
29 Jan. 61 

23 Mar ' 

19 Aug. 62 
9 Nov. 62 
9 Nov. 62 

13 Feb. 63 
9 Mar. 63 

18 May 6 

28 July 63 

5 Jan. 64 
21 Feb. 64 

12 Ma 

14 June 64 

13 Oct. 64 
4 Nov. 64 
9 Feb. 65 

10 Feb. 65 

29 Mar. 65 
4 Apr. 65 
4 Apr. 65 
4 Apr. 65 

7 Aug. 65 

Sept. 65 

1 Dec ' 
26 Dec. 65 

Apr. 66 
Apr. 66 
Apr. 66 
Apr. 66 

24 Apr. 66 

15 June 66 

3 Aug. 66 

30 Oct. 66 
1 Dec. 66 

8 Jan. 67 

4 Feb. 67 
3 Feb. 67 

-5 May 67 
29 May 67 
1 June 67 

6 July 67 

6 July 67 

7 Aug. 67 
S3 Oct. 67 

20 Nov. 67 

8 Dec. 67 

9 Dec. 67 
15 Dec. 67 
29 Dec. 67 

1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
1 Jan. 68 
22 Jan. 68 
6 Feb. 68 
l Mar. 68 
i Mar. 68 
> Apr. 68 
1 Apr. 68 

1 Apr. 68 
: May 68 
1 Juno 68 

: Aug. 68 
! Aug. 68 
i Aug. 68 



9 Mar. 32 

30 May 65 
=5 Sept. 57 

31 July 57 
21 Aug. 57 

23 Jan. 46 

4 Feb. 59 



4 Apr. 56 

1 Apr. 61 

2 Feb. 64 
7 Sept.55 

1 June 5s 

29 June 70 
27 May 64 

4 May 63 
6 Jan. 57 
27 July 47 

21 Aug. 67 

15 Jan. 56 

2 Oct. 67 



>o June 66 

2 Oct. 57 
>6 Feb. 56 

3 Feb. 66 



1 Apr. 66 
30 July 57 
16 Jan. 57 



5 May 67 



11 Apr. 65 

7 Nov. 65 
14 Jan. 71 

1 Nov. 65 
17 Feb. 54 

8 Mar. 67 
19 Aug. 56 



11 Mar. 74 
25 Sept. 72 



:6 Nov. 58 



6 Dec. 44 
1 Apr. 70 
17 Sept. 50- 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



61 



CORNET, 
nd LIEUT. 

OrEXSIGN. 



Frederick Palmer, Copt. 4' Lt.Col, Scots Fus. Gds.... 
Son. Emelius J. Weld Forester, 52 Copt. Unattached 

James Handasyde Edgar, Major, h. p. 69 Foot 

Stanhope Mason Gildea. Major, Unattached 

■taryMontaguSmyth.Oyjf. h.p. 44F..S.O. Pensioners 

Arthur Leahy, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

JTCC.Cha. Teesdale, CB. Lt. Col. Royal Artillery,) 

Equerry to S.R.S. the Prince of U ales I 

David Kemp,"' 7 Major, h. ]>. 107 Foot, Adj. 1st Ad- > 

ministratice Batt. Midlothian Rifle Volunteers J 

p.s.c. JohnRobertsoiiTuriibull, M/.v/or.h.p.iDragoons 
David Latouche Colthurst, 77, Lt. Colonel, h.p. 20 Foot 

Robert Mockler, Lt.Col. 64 Foot .... 

Cha.Ed. Mansfield. 53 J/«/. Unatt. Consul General of) 

Moldavia and Walhu-lna i 

George Newton Fendall, Major. 53 Foot 

John Edmonstoune. Major 52 Foot 

John James Hood Gordon, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Keith Ramsay Maitland, 61 Lt.Col. h.p. 79 Foot 

William Henry Kerr.' ' Major, h p. Depot Battalion, > 

Assist. Adjt. 4- Quarter Most,,- Gen, ral. Nova Scotia) 

Wm. Dniminond Scrase Diekins, Lt.Col. 31 Foot 

Henry R. Legge Newdigate, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade ... 
p.s.c. Wm.H0wlevG0odenom.d1, Lt.Col. Royal Art.... 

Godfrey Clerk, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Charles Powlett Lane. Major. 21 Hussars 

Percival Ashley Brown, 5I Major, h.p. Military Tram 
Y& Hugh H. Gough, CB. Major, Bengal Staff C. 
Wm. Henry Paruell. Copt. 4- Lt. Col. CrenadierGuards 
Thomas James Maclachlan, Lt.Col., Royal Artillery 
Lancelot Fra. Cha. Thomas. IJ.Col. Royal Artillery 

Julius George Medley, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Uff John Ja mi ■- MM.ei'd fnnes, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
George TomkynsChesuey, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
William Edmund Warra nd, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Henry Alex. Brownlow, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Archibald Motteux Calvert, Lt.Col-h.-V. R. Artillery 
Thomas Valentine Cooke, Captain, h. p. Royal \ 

Marines, Barrack Master, l'h/ month Division ) 

Charles John Ellis, Captain, h.p. Royal Marines,) 

Paymaster, Portsmouth Division ) 

Thomas Edward Gordon, CSI. Major, Bengal S. C. 
Sir John Clayton Cowell, KCB. Lt Col. R. Engineers 
Charles Wm.Meadowes Payne. Captain, Unattached 
Edw. Smith Bridges, (apt. 6c Lt. Col. Grenadier Gds. 
Fred. Hay Swinfen," Lt.Col. h.p. 5 Dragoon Guards 
Wm. Pils'worth, Captain, Unatt. S. O. of Pensioners 
Chas. M. MacGregor, CSL. Major, Bengal Staff C, 

Alexander Davidson, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 

Charles Edward Stuart Gleig, dipt. h. p. 14 Foot .. 
J. W. Willoughbv Osborne, CB. Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
John Pringle Sherrif;'. Major, Bengal Staff Corps .. 
Hercules Atkin Welman, 66 Lt.Col. h.p. Depot Batt. ) 

Assist. Adj. 6c Qr.Mr.Gen. Colchester ) 

F. Edw. Archibald Chamier, Lt.Col Bengal Staff C 
Geo. Fred. Moore, ('apt. Unatt. Staff O. of Pensioners 
Balcarres Dalrymple W. Ramsay. Captain, Unatt. 

"Godfrey Rhodes, 67 Major. Unattached 

Lynch'Stapleton Cotton. 68 Major, h.p. 63 F. Assist. 

"Adjutant General, Dublin 

George Harrison Aun Forbes, Lt. Col. h.p.R. Artillery 
FitzRoy Wm. Fremantle, Capt.j- Lt. Col. Coldst. Gds. 



28 Dec. 32 
9 Oct. 35 
9 Apr. 37 

7 June 31 
27 June 48 

8 June 51 
4 Feb. 46 

4 Jan. 48 

20 July 47 
2 Sept. 43 
1 Sept. 48 
1 Dec. 46 

5 Oct. 50 

21 Aug. 49 
4 My 45 

31 July 46 



T3<&. Harry H. Lyster, Lt. 
Frederick William Gr" 1 -- 



apt 

A. Bengal Stall' Corps 
-L.I.t Col. Bengal Staff C 

Robert Chalmers, Lt.Col. Bengal Stair Corps 

F. C. Manningham-Buller, Copt. 6,- Lt. Col. Colds.Gds 

Cecil Rice, 69 Lt. Col. h.p. 72 Foot 

Daniel H.Mackinnon.('<'/''Unatt.Statt'0. Pensioners 

r. Sydney Darling, Lt. Col. h.p. 9 Foot 

Richard Hill Rocke, 7 ' 1 Lt.Col. h.p. 2 Foot 

George Frederick Berry, Lt.Col. 56 Foot 

Edward William Blaekett, 71 Lt. Col. h.p. Depot Batt. 

Robert John Hughes, Lt.Col. 63 Foot 

Charles Sutherland Dowson, 72 Lt.Col, h.p 10 Foot . . 

Frederick Richard Solly Flood, Lt, Col, 82 Foot 

Arthur Ed w.Aug. Kills-, 7 - 5 1 'apt. ,r Lt.Col. h.p. Gren. ) 
Gds., Equerry to S.R.S. the Prince of Wales. . . ) 

Fitzroy George Smith, Major, h.p. 7 DragoonGuards 

c. Henry Brett, Lt.Col. h.p. 18 Hussars 

James Hornby Buller, 75 Lt. Col. h.p. Military Train 
nar, Major, h.p 
it Commandant, 



:■ 5' 



6 Sept. s 
9 Dec. 
5 Dec, 
20 Mar. 46 

3 June 46 

4 Sept. 53 



n June 47 
12 June 46 
11 June 47 
8 Dec. 

8 Dec. 

9 June 49 
11 Dec. 49 

1 May 46 

7 July 42 
16 Mar. 44 
21 Aug. 49 
19 June 50 

1 Aug 



10 Apr. 49 

24 May 33 
20 Oct. 56 

8 Dec. 48 
1 June 41 
1 Jan. 50 
20 Jan. 5 
17 Jan. 40 
20 Feb. 50 

25 Oct. 
15 Dec. 

19 Mar. 41 



6 Aug. 46 
4 July 54 

20 Sept. 48 
26 July 47 

7 Sept. 49 



Contain and 

Sospital, Netley 

George Murray Miller, CB. Lt.Col. 79 Foot 

Francis KdwardCox. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
JohnM'Candie Camnbell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Alured Clarke Johnson, Lt. < '«/. Royal Artillery ... 
George Godfrey Pearse, Lt.Col, Royal Artillery ... 

Wallis Dowell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

William Ross King, 77 Major, Unattached 

John Hudson, Copt. Bengal Staff Corps 

Douglas Jones, Captai n , Unattached 



1 Dec. 48 

I July 36 

30 May 43 
7 Jan, 
7 Jan. 42 

14 Feb, 

7 Jan. 

^ June 42 
21 Aug. 49 

11 Aug. 54 

31 Dec. 47 

21 June 39 
23 Jan. 52 

25 Feb. 45 

30 Jan. 46 
6 Aug. 40 
27 June 
19 June 50 
14 June 45 

12 June 46 

II June 45 

22 Apr. S3 
30 Dec. 36 



LIEUT. 



21 Sept. 55 

9 Apr. 38 
28 June 39 

1 May 38 

Mar. 35 

7 Feb. 54 

22 Apr. S3 

5 Feb. 51 
4 May 49 

10 Nov. 48 

2 Jan. 48 

8 Aug. 51 

4 May 49 

5 Jan. 55 

9 Jan. 54 
25 Aug. 46 

24 Jan. 51 

7 June 54 

6 June 54 

1 Apr. 5 

25 Mar. 53 

8 May 49 

5 Mar. 50 

9 Aug. 55 

22 Dec. 54 

8 Mar. 53 
1 May 54 
1 Aug. 54 
1 Aug. 54 
1 Aug. 54 
1 Aug. 54 
1 Aug. 54 

9 Nov. 46 
27 July 47 

21 Dec. 47 

Dec. 53 
17 Feb. 54 
1 June 31 
4 Apr. 56 
9 Apr. 50 
8 Mar. 38 

7 Nov. 57 
1 Aug. 54 

4 June 

23 Nov. 56 

6 July 54 

6 Mar. 43 

8 Apr. 57 

9 Nov. 41 

5 Aug. 42 
25 June 44 
27 May 

15 Mar. 47 

22 Dec. 54 
13 Nov 

12 Oct. 56 

10 Sept. 52 
30 Nov. 55 

Aug. 50 

23 Mar. 
4 July 45 

30 May 43 
25 Apr. 45 

6 June 54 
30 Aug. 43 
27 Mar. 46 

8 Aug. 51 
12 Jan. 55 

11 Sept. 49 

11 Feb. 42 
11 Aug. 54 



6 Aug. 59 

23 May 45 
29 Jan. 47 ' 
19 May 46 

24 May 45 

2 Dec. 57 
14 Jan. 58 
31 Dec. 56 
:i Jan. 58 

7 Sept. 52 
9 May 5 1 

29 Dec. 54 

7 Nov. 56 
2 Oct. 57 
2 Dec. 59 
24 Deo. 52 



11 Apr. 46 

2 Apr. 47 
20 Feb. 47 

1 Nov. 4S 
17 Jan. 5: 

2 July 51 

3 Mar. 53 
5 Nov. 47 
9 Mar. 55 

26 Nov. 41 



29 Ang. 



26 Sept. 57 10 Nov. 68 5 Mar. 5S 
17 Nov. 57 10 Nov. 68 4 Nov. 64 

24 Nov. 57 22 Nov. 68 7 Oct. 59 
26 Nov. 57 23 Nov. 68 

3 Dec. 57 29 Nov. 68 

5 Jan. 58 14 Dec. 68 
19 Jan. 58 27 Dec. 68 
19 Jan. 58 27 Dec. 6S 29 May 69 

25 May 60 23 Jan. 69 5 Oct. 72 



24 Mar. 58 
Mar. 



3 Jan. 54 
20 Feb. 55 
23 Mar. 55 

23 Feb. 56 

24 June 56 

13 Nov. sc- 
si July 57 

4 Jan. 61 

8 Dec. 57 
7 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 58 

27 Ang. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

17 Feb. 54 

19 Dec. 54 

14 July 55 
13 Dec. 59 

12 Sept. 58 
>9 Dec. 35 
;i Aug. 60 

15 Dec. 54 

9 Nov. 46 

20 Oct. 68 
27 Aug. 58 

9 Nov. 46 
1 Jan. 62 
20 Jan. 63 

3 Feb. 47 
20 Feb. 62 

May 47 

25 June 47 
20 July 49 

16 Mar. 58 
7 Mar. 54 

24 Nov. 57 

18 Feb. 6 
18 Feb. 6 

7 Sept. 6_ 

13 Dec. 60 

1 Dec. „_ 
15 Oct. 47 

29 Dec. 48 

2 Nov. 49 
20 Oct. 49 

9 Feb. 55 
7 Sept. 55 
23 Oct „, 

17 July 60 
1 7 Apr. 60 

30 July 5 

25 July 5 
1 July 5 

13 May 53 

4 Aug. 54 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Jan. 57 

27 Aug. 58 

27 Aug. 58 
30 July 52 
23 July 58 

28 Jan. 48 



24 Mar. 58 18 Mar. 69 
24 Mar. 5S iS Mar. 69 
30 Nov. 60 23 Mar. 69 

July 58 25 Mar. 69 19 Oct. 72 

July, 58 25 Mar. 69 
20 July 58 25 Mar. 69 
20 July 58 25 Mar. 69 



28 Aug. 58 
Aug. 58 
- Aug. 58 
28 Aug. 58 
2S Aug. 58 

Aug. sS 
Dec. 67 



15 Sept. 58 
15 Sept. 58 

15 Nov. 61 

23 Sept. 58 

" Oct. 58 



> July 58 

> July 53 
; Jan. 6 



26 Oct. 58 
2 Jan. 62 
2 Jan. 62 

26 Oct. 58 
21 Feb. 62 
26 Oct. 58 



9 Nov. 58 
12 June 67 
2 Feb. 68 



i Mar. 69 

! Mar. 69 15 June 



July 58 25 Mar. 69 
July 58 25 Mar. 69 
" 25 Mar. 69 
25 Mar. 69 
30 Mar. 69 
17 Apr. 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
7 July 69 



26 Oct. 58 

21 Oct. 68 1 ) Nov. 6g 
10 Nov. 69 



3 Aug. 69 
3 Aug. 6g 
23 Aug. 69 

5 Sept. 69 

9 Oct. 5a 
?o Oct. 69 
" Oct. 69 



5 Nov. 69 
2 Jan. 7c 
4 Jan. 70 

6 Jan. 70 
11 Jan. 70 

Jan. 70 



:6 Oct. 58 28 Jan. 70 



2 ; 3b. 



1 Mar. 

[6 Mar. 
Mar. 



19 Jan. 64 . 

9 Jan. 64 2 

;g Jan. 64 26 Mar. 

3 Mar. 



7 Dec. 58 
13 Dec. 58 
31 Aug. 60 
24 May 61 

20 Sept. 61 

21 Oct. 62 
10 May 64 

1 Apr. 66 
23 Oct. 60 



_9 Apr. 59 
-4 May 61 
9 Oct. 63 

26 Apr. 59 

26 Apr. 59 
26 Apr. 59 
26 Apr. 59 
26 Apr. 59 
26 Apr. 59 
26 Apr. 59 
6 May 59 
22 Mar. 04 
10 May 59 



9 Apr. 70 27 Sept.76 
24 May 70 2 Mar. 66 



1 Apr. 70 

1 Apr. 70 

1 Apr. 70 _. . 

1 Apr. 70 17 May 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. , . 

9 Apr. 70 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



: Apr. 70 



7 Jan. 71 
\i Mar. 59 



24 Sept.41 

;8 Oct. 71 

30 Nov. 55 

29 July 62 



1 Apr. 70 
9 Oct. 55 

:g Nov. 58 
[2 June 67 
:8 May 70 



May 70 
Feb. 54 
June 70 



1 Apr. 70 
3 May 76 



May 70 
;8 May 70 

4 June 70 

4 June 70 
4 June 70 
4 June 70 
4 June 70 
4 June 70 
4 June 70 



June 



13 June 70 
20 June 70 



„ May 70 
28 May 70 

5 Feb. 71 



6 May 59 

7 Jan. 53 



62 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Edw. G. H., Viscount Hinchinbroke, Capt. Sr Zt.Co! 

Grenadier Guards 

Wm.Hy.Orme, 79 Jfo/or.h.p.SsF. Fort Major, Guernsey 
3JC Henry Edward Jerome,"* Major, li.p. 62 Foot 

Frederick "Wlfliairi Lambtom, JKtgfor, 71 Foot 

Thomas Samuel Poer Field," Major,h.y. E. Artillery 

Robert Henry Price, Major, half pay, 25 Foot 

Frank Sherwood Taylor, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
H. H. D. Stracey, Capt, 4 Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds. 
Son. W. S. D. Home, Capt. 4 Lt.Col. Gren. Gds. 
Frederick George Pyrn, CB. Captain, R. Marines... 

Archibald Tisdall, Lt.Col. 35 Foot 

Compton Alwvne Scrase Diekins, Lt. Col. 28 Foot 
Geo. J. FitzEov Snivtk. Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Coldst. Gds. 
p.s.c. H. B. H.'Blundell, Capt. 4 Lt.Col. Gren. Gds. 
Charles Edward Cumberland, Lt. Col. E. Engineers 
James Bevan Edwards, Major, Royal Engineers 
Chas. Edw. Astell, Capt. la., p. 45 F. S.O. of Pensioners 
James Baillie, Captain, Unatt. S. 0. of Pensioners .. 
John Hadow Jenkins, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps .. 

Edward Lawes Pvm, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

Andrew Hugh Bogle, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Herbert Taylor Siborne, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 

■EC William M'Bean, Lt.Col. 93 Foot 

Thomas We. Prevost, Capt. h.p. 42 F. S. O. of Pens 

Herbert George Deedes,J/a/or, 60 Rifles 

John M'Auley, Lt.Col. h.p. 1 West India Regiment.. 
Son. H. T. Fraser, Capt. 4 Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds... 
Wm. Young Lautour, Capt.^Lt. Col. Gren. Guards.. 

Henry Fra. Hancock, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 

Charles Steel, 82 Major, Unattached 

Son. E. G. P. Littleton, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gren. Gds .. 

Edward John Dickson, Staff Captain, Lsle of Man 

C. A. Wynne-Finch, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds. 
Henry Trotter, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards 
George William Stackpoole, 83 Major, h.p. 18 Foot 
William James Stuart, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 

Lionel Hook, 8 * Lt. Col., h.p. Ceylon Rifles 

Arthur Lyttleton Annesley, Lt.Col. n Hussars ... 
Frederick William Gregory, sc Major, h.p. 44 Foot . 
Robert Children Whitehead, Lt.Col. 58 Foot.. 



Henry Francis Brooke," Major, h.p. 109 Foot. 

Deputy Adjutant General, Bengal 

John Heron' M. Shaw Stewart, Major, R. Engineers 
Henry John Foquett E. Hickes, Major, R. Artillery 

p.s.c. William Wiltshire Lynch, Lt. Col. 10 Foot 

Chas. Henry T. Bruce de Ruvignes, 88 Major, Unatt. 
George Longley, 89 Captain, h.p. Royal Engineers ... 
Henry Thomas Arbuthnot, Major, Royal Artillery... 

William Stirling, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wm. Harington Hswes, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Browne William Ryall, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Dandridge, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edmund Lowin Taverner, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C 

Frederick Close, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Harry Vince Timbrell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

John Norman Maclean, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Pritzler James P. Wetherall, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C 
William Bannerman, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps.. 
Wm. Eyrie Alexander, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
C. E. H. Stanley, Capt. 4~ Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards. 

Douglas Scott, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Wm. Bolton Girdlestone, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Aug. Fred. Williams, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps .. 

Walter John Vizard, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Aug. Phillips Chcsshyre, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Thomas Spence Hawks, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
George Eobert Fred. Bardin, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Isaac Forsyth MacAndrew, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C 

Henry Leslie Grove, Li. Col. Madras Stall' Corps 

James Hale Warden, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Samuel Joseph Thorp, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry George De la Fosse, Lt.Col. 101 Foot 

John Jerome, Lt.Col. 86 Foot 

Henry Benny, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Edmund L. Walker, Lt.Col. E. Engineers ... 

Johnson Wilkinson, Lt.Col. 15 Foot 

W. M. Lees, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

JTffi Geo. Dare Dowell, Captain, h.p. E. Marine Art. ) 

Adjutant Devon- Artillery Militia $ 

p.s.c. George Digby Barker, Major, 64 Foot 

Thomas Edmund Byrne, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Wm. T. M'Grigor, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Richard Barter, Lt. Col. Bengal Stall' Corps 

Andrew Aldcorn Monro, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
John Mullins, LtJoi. Royal Kngineers 

William Hanbury Hawley, Lt.Col. 14 Foot 

George Gaynor,' 1 - Major, h.p. 104 Foot 

Charles Johnston, '■"' I.I. Col. h.p. lioyal Artillery 

Henry Cole Faulkner, Capt. Unalt, S. O. of Pens. ... 
James Keith Eraser, Major 4 Lt.Col. 1 Life Guards 
John Alfred Brereton, Zt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps .. 
William Henry Paget, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps . 



CORNET, 
2ndLIETJT. LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 

OrENSIGN. 



24 Jan. 45 
21 Jan. 48 
16 Sept. 51 
27 June 48 
31 Dec. 39 
11 June 47 



19 Sept. 48 
26 June 4c 
13 Dec. 50 
3 June 59 
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Sept.44ln May 49 3 Feb. 60 28 Feb. 71 

May 53I17 June 55 3 Feb. 60 28 Feb. 71 



20 Apr. 60 
31 Aug. 55 
[3 Nov. 51 
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28 Nov. 34I31 Dec. 39 
10 Dec. 50 1 May 55 
21 Aug. 43' 25 Aug. 47 



23 Mar. 66 
7 Nov. 62 

10 June 56 15 June 60 
1 Apr. 59 15 June 6c 
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3 Oct. 48 22 June 60 
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10 Aug. 54 8 Dec. 54! 16 Apr. 58 10 Aug. 60 
18 June 41 5 Apr. 44 1 9 Feb. 49 20 Sept. 60 

11 Aug. 54I23 Mar. 55 2 July 58 25 Sept. 60 
1 Oct. 55J 9 Apr. 57127 Dec. 66 8 June 67 

10 Sept. 58 24 June 59(12 June 63 

17 May 61 1 9 Sept.64 

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14 June 50 J 13 Oct. 54^0 June 57 18 Dec. 60 

[23 July 6TJ24 Jan. 65 

27 Sept. 39^4 Oct. 42:13 Apr. 49 27 Dec. 60 

15 June 60 29 Nov. 64 

4 Oct. 62 16 Oct. 66 

18 Apr. 51 21 Mar. 53 22 June 55 4 Jan. 6 

19 Dec. 49 17 Feb. 54 20 Aug. 58 4 Jan. 6 
5 Sept.341 4 Dec. 38.27 Apr. 49 18 Jan 

21 July 54J 8 Dec. 54(24 Feb. 57 18 Jan. 61 



29 Dec. 48124 Mar. 53 ( i9 June 55 
7 Oct. 51 18 Aug. 54! 30 Nov. 55 



5 Feb. 61 29 Dec. 7 
jj -5 Eeb. 61 29 Dec 

6 June 54 J 5 May 55 24 Sept. 58 15 Feb. 61 29 Dec 
3 June 511 1 Aug. 54 24 Nov. 58 15 Feb. 61 29 Dec. 
1 Apr. 54 1 4 Oct. 54 7 June 60 15 Feb. 61 29 Dec 

-7 Sept.50'13 Dec. 53 14 May 58 5 Mar. 61 31 Dec 
30 July 46! 2 Nov. 49 11 Sept. 57 9 Apr. 61 1 Jan 

21 Dec. 53^0 June 541 19 Dec. 59 9 Apr. 61 5 Jan 

22 June 53 16 May 54 1 Apr. 60 9 Apr. 61 5 Jan. 7 
22 June 53'3o May 54 1 Apr. 60 9 Apr. 61 5 Jan. 7 

7 Jan. 46 2 Dec. 49 15 Jan. 57 7 Jan. 66 7 Jan. 7^ 
[4 Jan. 46' 6 Nov. 50J17 Sept. 58 14 Jan. 66 14 Jan. 72 
^4 Jan. 46! 7 Sept. 52J25 Oct. 59 14 Jan. 66 14 Jan. 7 
J7 Jan. 46 31 May 50J17 Jan. 61 17 Jan. 66 17 Jan. 7^ 
18 Dec. 47J30 June 481 1 Apr. 55 8 June 70 17 Jan. 72 

7 June 4429 Dec. 46 21 May 58 6 Feb '" 
26 Jan. 46 [ 8 May 49:21 Dec. 59 26 Ja 
26 Jan. 4615 Nov. 53J26 Jan. 61 26 Ja 



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4 Feb. 46 30 May 51(23 Oct. 57 4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. 7 



4 Feb. 46 q July 52I28 Nov. 57 4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. 
4 Feb. 46 17 Feb. 5027 Sept. 59 4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. 

4 Feb. 46 iS May 49 1 4 Feb. 61 4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. ,* 

5 Feb. 46 22 Dec. 49' 9 Dec. 58 5 Feb. 66 5 Feb. 72 
Feb. 46 16 Mar. 53 21 Dec. 59 5 Feb. 66 
Feb. 46 21 May 48 20 Aug. 59 20 Feb. 66 

20 Feb. 46 30 Apr. 51,18 Feb. 61 120 Feb. 66 
24 Feb. 46 15 Nov. 53' 1 1 May 60 24 Feb 



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[5 Sept. 70 12 June 67 



2 Nov. 72 
26 July 64 



5 Mar. 71 

5 Apr. 71 

Apr. 71 

Apr. 71 

3° Apr. 71 

1 May 71 

1 May 71 

7 May 71 

8 June 71 

2 July 71 

4 July 71 

20 July 71 
30 July 71 
2 Aug. 71 

30 Aug. 71 

9 Sept. 71 
2c Sept. 7 

1 Oct. 7 
4 Oct. 7 
25 Oct. 7 
2S Oct. 7 

31 Oct. 7 
15 Nov. 7 
[9 Nov. 7 

7 Dec. 7 
9 Dec 



3 Feb.' 66 



[4 Apr. 46 
.5 July 



24 Feb. 46 17 Aug. 51118 Feb 

3 Mar. 46 25 Mar. 47' 18 Feb. 61 
9 Dec. 54 23 Nov. 56 21 June 61 
9 Apr. 42 14 Nov. 4328 Mar. 54 
[8 Dec. 47 30 June 481 1 Apr. 55 
6 Aug. 46! 4 Feb. 471 1 Apr. 55 

4 Aug. 40 24 May 44! 6 June 54 
■* 18 Aug. 48 ! 26 Mar. 58 

6 Oct. 51 22 Sept.s9 
[6 Mar. 55' 2 Apr. 61 

14 Oct. 48 1 1 Apr. 55 
1 Dec. 48 10 Mar. 58 28 Ap 
3 Apr. 49 17 Apr. 58 28 Apr. 66 

22 Oct. 49 1 8 Mar. 60 
1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 

15 Feb. 50 29 Dec. 54 
12 Nov. 42' 8 Mar. 49 

1 Nov. 48 1 Apr. 55 
, 9 Nov. 49 



21 Jan. 53 
18 Dec. 47 
28 Apr. 46 
>S Apr. 46 
5 May 46 
3 Dec. 48 
to July 46 
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16 Apr. 52 

12 June 46 

13 June 46 



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30 Dec. 52, 
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[7 Nov. 57 

3 Feb. 

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24 Feb. 66 
3 Mar. 66 
22 June 61 
Apr. 66 
June 70 
_ Apr. 70 
26 June 66 
14 Apr. 66 
17 Sept. 61 
17 Sept.61 
3 July 70 



5 May 66 

8 Dec. 63 
2 Nov. 61 

9 Aug. 70 
11 Nov. 61 



ta June 66 
13 June 66 



: Feb. 72 



5 Feb. , 
20 Feb 7. 
20 Feb. 72 
24 Feb. 72 
24 Feb. 7 

3 Mar. 72 

4 Mar. 72 

6 Mar. 72 

1 Apr. 72 

2 Apr. 72 

3 Apr. 72 

4 Apr. 72 
3 Apr. 72 



15 May 7.' 
!3 May 72 
!<> .May 72 
:2 June 72 
[3 June 72 



!4 Dec. 72 



! Dec. 60 



4 Jan. 61 



9 Sept. 73 



9 Apr. 61 
6 July 66 



:2 May 65 



3 Apr. 72 
24 Apr. 72 
;S Apr. 72 
:8 Apr. 72 

5 May 72 

5 May 72 

8 May 72 
10 May 72 29 .Time 66 



Dec. 73 

1 Nov. 49 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



63 



Charles Wm. Wahn 
Merles Harry Wils 
Edward M. Gilbert 
Malcolm Robert Ha 
James Gordon, Lt.Col 



C II'I'U N. 



24 Mar. 



[3 June 66 



>/. Bombay Staff Corps... 13 June 46 12 May 49 

Co?. Madras Staff Corps 13 June 46 21 Apr. 48,31 Mar. 58 13 June 66 
, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C.I13 June 4 6 1 Apr. 50 4 May 60 13 June 66 
Col. Bombay Staff Corps I13 June 46 25 Feb. 51)10 May 60 13 June 



.... Bombay Staff Corps 13 June 46 21 June 49 

Herbert Fred. Disbrowe, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corpsli3 June 46 25 Apr. 50 
Charles Sluiekburgh llearn, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. ... ! i3 June 46 2 July 50 
ieorge Julius Mollis, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 13 June 46 13 Nov. 50 
Theodore 1 'la\ ton Georges, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 13 June 46 14 Jan. 51 
Wm. Charles Lester, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Cor]is ...13 June 46 12 May 51 
Dou"las (1. S. St. John Grant, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 13 June 46 21 Dec. 52 

Wm Henry Mason. Lt.Col. Bomliav Staff Corps 13 June 46 15 Nov. 53 

Mostvn de'la Poer Beresford, Lt.Col. 72 Foot 2 Dec. 53 22 June 55 

John'Edward Swindler, Lt.Col. 15 Hussars 15 Jan. 47 22 Dec. 50 

Walter Douglas, Lt.Col. .Madras Staff Corps I23 June 46 8 Aug. 4 , 

George Andrew Walker, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' Corps^ June 46 15 Nov. 53 
Henry Holden Steward, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoon Guards... I12 Apr. 50 n June 52 
Etaey Baynton Farrell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 6 Aug. 46 1 Mar. 47 

Charles William Barry, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 17 Dec. 46 16 Apr. 47 

Fred. Henry Harford,' Copt. 4- Lt.Col. ScotsFus. Gds.l 13 Jan. 60 

George Arnold Laimhton. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 3 July 46 13 Dec. 49 

Henry Clement Wilkinson, Lt.Col. 16 Lancers (15 Feb. 56 5 Aug. 59 

Sussex Charles Milford, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 4 July 46 2 Feb. 51 

Wm. Butler Gosset, Mojo,-. Royal Engineers 14 Aug. 54 13 Dec. 54 

George Owen Bowdler, Major, 40 Foot 26 May 48,18 Sept. 49 

•9 Dec. 49J26 July 5 



Henrv Strover, LA. Col. Royal Artillery 

Frederick Mould, Major, Royal Engineers 14 Aug 

Thos. Philip Graham, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds 

John Arthur T. Garratt, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gr. Guards 

Needham Thompson Parsons, Lt.Col. io3Foot 26 July 45 

Wm. John Dorehill, Capt. h.p. 43 F., S. O. of Pens.... 16 Jan. 33 

Charles Henry Cookes, Lf. Col. Royal Artillery 9 Dec. 44 

John Fraser Raper, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 9 Dec. 44 

Alfred Hales Heath, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 9 Dec. 44 

John Fulton, Lt.Col. Roval Artillery 14 June 45 

Abingdon Aug. Bayly, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 13 Dec. 45 

James Edward Cordner, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 13 Dec. 45 

Charles Clarke, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 12 June 46 

Alex. Harry Dawson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 12 Dec. 45 

James Henry Reid. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 11 Dec. 46 

Thos. Marshall Harris, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery n June 47 

Alfred Dittby Denmss, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 13 Dec. 45 

Thomas Carlisle Crowe, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 10 Dec. 47 

Elliot Min to Playfair, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 11 Dec. 46 

Walter D'Oyly Kerrich, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 9 Dec. s° 

Robert Mallaby, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 3 Aug. 46 

Richard Warren, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 17 Dec. 46 

Richard Hugh Stotherd, Lt'.Col. Royal Engineers ... 2 May 47 

William Hatt Noble, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 2 May 47 

Henry Schaw, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 2 May 47 

George Hamilton Gordon, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 2 May 47 
J. H. F. H. Hudson, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds... 7 Nov. 62 

Charles John Fowler, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 2 May 47 

Henry Robert Eyre, Capt. <Sr Lt.Col. Goldst. Gds 4 July 60 

Alex. Andrew Bruce, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 15 Aug. 46 

p.s.c. Frederick William Jebb, Lt.Col. 67 Foot 23 June 54 

Alex. Ross Clarke, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 1 Oct. 47 
Theodore WalterRossBoisragon, Lt. Col. Bengal S.C. 2 Sept. 46 

George Aug. Brown, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 26 Dec. 46 

Alex. M'Kenzie, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 12 June 47 

Henry Moore, Lt.Col. Bomliav Stall' Cor] is 15 June 50 

5JC Donald Macintyre, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 14 June 50 
Charles M'Whirter Mercer, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 12 June 46 

Harry Lewis Evans, Capt. Royal Marines *.... 29 June 

Wm. Lewis Dcvenish Meares, Lt.Col. 20 Foot 29 Nov. 

George Carden, Lt.Col. 5 Foot 11 Aug. 54 

p.s.c. George Daniel Webber, CB. Lt.Col. 2 W. I. Regt. 26 Jan. 55 

Nevinson W. de Courcy, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 17 Aug. 4 

Arch. R. Gloag, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 9 Dec. 50 

Eardley Wm. Childers, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 13 June 51 

Thomas Ignatius M. Hog, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 13 June 
Francis Charles Trevor, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 12 June 52 
Mon. Wm. H. P. Carington, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gr. Gds. 

John Jago, Major. 74 Foot 16 Jan. 46 

William Carne'll, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps n Dec. 46 

Augustus Hall Cooke, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 11 Dec. 46 
Frederic Nicholas Miles, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps t n Dec. 46 

John Macdonald, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 11 Dec. 46 

Robert Yeld Chambers, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps., n Dec. 46 
Lionel D'Arcy Dunsterville, Lf. Col. Bombay Static. 12 Dec. 40 
Robert Vernor Handyside, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 12 Dec. 46 
William Howell Beynon, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 20 Dec. 46 
John Thornhill Watson, Lt.Col. Bengal' Staff Corps. 20 Dec. 46 
Wm. Oliver Swanston, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps.. 20 Dec. 46 
Wm. Henry Robinson Godfrey, Lt.Col. Madras S. C.I20 Dec. 46 
Charles Metcalfe Hailes, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' Corps 20 Dec. 46I10 Junes: 
Joseph White Orchard, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps.. .20 Dec. 46 1 Oct. 53 
Alex. Davidson Clay, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 20 Dec. 4615 Nov. 53 
Charles Doxat Clementson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 26 Dec. 46 1 Aug. 51 
Edward Hanson Paske, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps.. 26 Dec. 46 16 July 49 
Coulson Fred. Joseph Skottowe, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 26 Dec. 46 3 Oct. 53 
Thomas Wm. West Pierce, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 29 Dec. 46 31 Oct. 53 

Cuthbert Ward Burton, Captain, Royal Marines 28 June 49' 8 Dec. 53 

George Kallender, Lt.Col. .Madras Staff Corps 2 Jan. 47! 2 Nov. 50 

Thomas Lamb, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 20 Jan. 47 12 Mar. 52 



23 Oct. 54 
9 Aug. 62 
:g May 63 

29 June 49 

10 Mar. 38 

1 Dec. 47 

7 Jan. 48 

6 Feb. 48 

S May 49 

28 Apr. 5 

Jan. 5 

May s 

June 52 

July 52 

IS Aug. 52 

3 Mar. 53 
1 Dec. 53 
1 May 54 
9 Mar. 57 

1 May 50 

4 July 47 
28 Oct. 47 

3 Dec. 47 

2 Feb. 48 
9 Apr. 48 

2 Oct. 63 
9 June 49 

4 Jan. 6: 

5 Nov. S3 

6 Nov. 54 
1 July 49 
5 Aug. 50 
:i Apr 

24 Dec. 53 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

3 Mar. 53 



Feb. 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
S Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Dec. 60 

5 Mar 

3 May 59 
8 Feb. 6 

1 July 56 
1 Apr. 55 

1 Apr 

4 Nov. 64 

3 July 59 

2 Sept.63 
20 Aug. 60 

2 Aug. 60 
23 Mar. 55 
23 Feb. 56 
18 Apr. 60 

4 Apr. 65 

6 May 67 
12 Mar. 
11 Jan. 50 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

7 Aug. 5S 
7 Aug. 

27 Aug. 
7 Aug. 58 
7 Aug 



3 June 66 
3 June 66 
3 June 66 



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13 June 72 
:3 June 72 
:3 June 72 
13 June 72 
[3 June 72 
[3 June 72 
[3 June 72 



3 June 66 13 June 7: 
13 June 66 13 June 7: 



June 66 
_ June 66 

3 June 66 

4 July 69 
1 Dec. 61 

23 June 66 
23 June 66 
6 Mar. 70 
4 May 70 
4 June 70 



3 July 66 

13 July 70 

4 July 66 

14 Jan. 62 
28 Jan. 62 
28 Jan. 62 
28 Jan. 62 



5 Sept. 69 
2 Feb. 62 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
s July 7 
5 July 72 
5 July 7: 
27 Aug. 58 5 July 7 



27 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 58 

7 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
15 Dec. 60 

1 July 60 

14 May 55 
21 May 55 

1 June 55 
1 June 55 
19 June 55 
6 July 67 

15 Aug. 55 
21 June6f 
iS Feb. 6: 

8 July 56 
8 Sept. s 

19 Feb. 65 
25 Aug.59 
18 Feb. 61 
15 June 62 
14 June 62 
27 Aug. 58 



7 Sept. 51 12 July 59 
1 Oct. 53li6 0ct. 55 
6 Nov. 54 1 9 Nov 
9 Nov. 55 30 Dec. 62 



24 Feb. 54 
28 Dec. 60 
16 Jan. 6: 

25 Sept. 6 
16 June 6- 

7 Aug. 67 
7 Mar. 5 



1 Apr. 46 

2 Apr. 57 
26 Sept. 57 
31 Dec. 57 
17 Apr. 58 

14 June 64 
19 Feb. 47 

15 June 49 
17 Dec. 49 
28 Oct. 50 
24 May 53 

1 Oct. 55 
21 Oct. 5c 
10 Apr. 5 

1 Nov. 5: 

3 Sept.531 6 Aug. 58 
17 Mar. 50118 Feb. 61 
31 Mar. 50 18 Feb 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 
3 Aug. 66 
9 Nov. 7c 

2 Nov. 7< 

3 Nov. 7c 
2 Jan. 71 
8 Feb. 71 



3 June 7: 
3 June 72 

13 June 72 

14 June 72 

9 June 72 
:3 June 72 

23 June 72 
6 June 72 

26 June 72 

27 June 72 
ig June 72 

3 'luly 7 

3 July 7 

4 July 7 

5 July 72 
to July 72 

10 July 72 
10 July 7: 
17 July 72 
17 July 72 

24 July 7 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 
Aug 
Aug. 72 



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28 Aug. 71 



15 Aug. 66 
12 May 63 
27 May 71 
2 Sept. 66 
26 Dec. 66 
12 June 67 
15 Aug. 68 
14 June 70 
5 July 72 
25 Feb. 62 
12 Apr. 64 
14 June 64 
25 Apr. 71 
18 Nov. 64 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 



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1 An, 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 7 
1 Aug. 7 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
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3 Aug. 7: 
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3 Aug. 7 2 

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27 Aug. 72 
2 Sept.72 
11 Sept.72 
11 Sept.72 

II Sept. 7 
II Sept. 7 

21 Sept. 7 
2 Oct. 7 
5 Oct. 72 
5 Oct. 
19 Oct. 72 
30 Oct. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
Nov. 72 



5 July 72 23 Nov. 72 

I 4 Dec. 72 

1 May 62 9 Dec. 72 

1 Dec. 66 11 Dec. 72 

Feb. 61 11 Dec. 66 11 Dec. 72 

8 Feb. 61 11 Dec. 66 n Dec. 72 

Feb. 61 11 Dec. 66 11 Dec. 72 

8 Feb. 61 11 Dec. 66 n Dec. 72 

5 Feb. 57 29 Apr. 66 12 Dec. 72 
26 Jan. 60 12 Dec. 66 12 Dec. 72 

3 July 58 '20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

"20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

Oct. 58 26 Dec. 66 26 Dec. 72 

Feb. 61 26 Dec. 66 26 Dec. 72 

61 26 Dec. 66 26 Dec. 72 

13 Jan. 60 29 Dec. 66 29 Dec. 72 

26 Dec. 61 10 June 62 2 Jan. '73 

6 June 60 2 Jan. 67 2 Jan. 73 
25 Nov. 58 20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 73 



6 4 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Alfred Chamberlain Lilly, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Richard Johnstone, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 

Hastings Fraser, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps 

William Munro. [J Col. Madras StaffCorps 

"Richarrl Kirwan Macquoid, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
F. W. E. F. "Walker. Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Pus. Gds. 
Charles Aler. M'Mahon, Lt.Ccl. Madras StaffCorps 

Charles Blewitt, Lt.Col. 65 Foot 

Thomas Lynden Bell. Lt.Col. 6 Foot 

Leonard Sidebottom-Yenner, 95 Major, Unattached... 

Jervis Harpur, Lt.Col. Bombay Stafl' Corps 

Edmund L'Estrange, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
William Henry Blowers. Lt. Col. Bombay StaffCorps 
Lewis Matthew Davies, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Hector Mackenzie, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

Charles S. B. Walton. Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... 
Thomas Gordon Coles, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps. 

Robert Mann Parsons, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Reginald T. Thvnne, Capt. ir Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds. 
George Blieh Bowcn, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
George James Palrvmple Hay, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
George Gordon Cunliffe, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps. 

Douglas Robinson, 9 " Major, h.p. 72 Foot 

John Thompson, Lt.Col. 2 Foot 

Henry P. Ewart. Major 4' Lt.Col. 2 Life Guards 

Henry Crofton. Captain, half pay, 67 Foot 

Henry Wellington Palmer, Lt.Col. 90 Foot 

Robert Blackall Montgomery, Lt.Col. 13 Foot 

Edward H. Foster, Lt.Col. 12 Foot 

Frederic Brine, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Alexander Ross Bayly, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps... 

MossomBovd. Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 

Arthur Herbert Cass. 9 " Major, h.p. 10 Hussars 

Ernest Le Pelley, 99 Captain, h.p. 5 Foot 

Thomas Tyacke, Lt.Col. 22 Foot 

Richard D'Oyly C. Bracken, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Charles M'Chntock Cotton, Lt.Col. 20 Hussars 

William French, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Stuart Baker, Major, half pay, 59 Foot 

David MacFarlan. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Shaw de NeufVille Lucas, Lt. Col. Royal Art. 

Henry Cook, Major, 100 Foot 

William Henry Earle, 1 " 1 Major, h.p. 17 Foot 

Henry Cadogan Craigie, Major, 19 Hussars 

Richard Sanderson Simonds, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Addington Taylor, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

Thomas Edward Webster, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 
William Scott Drever, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps... 
John Moore Graham, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps ... 

John Brenton Cox. Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

Alfred George Plomer, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps . 

Ralph Ouseley, Lt.Ccl. Bengal StaffCorps 

Rowland Robert Wallace. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 

James Clements, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 

Ernest Augustus Green, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 
Octavius Ludlow Smith. Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
John Durham Hall, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps.... 
Thomas Waddington, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 
Wm. J. Gascoigne. Capt. 4- LI. Col. Scots Fus. Guards 
James Robert Sale Henderson, Lt.Col. Madras S. C 
John B. Sterling, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Coldstream Guard; 

James Veale Morris, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps 

William Turton Fagan, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 
William Coles Phillpotts, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 

Thomas Francis Lloyd, Lt.Col. 9S Foot 

Robert Rollo Gillespie, Lt.Col. 106 Foot 

Hugh Parker Montgomery, L'.Col. 60 Rifles 

Rupert Campbell Watson, Lt.Col. h.p. Ceylon Rifles 

Joseph de Montmorem v, Lt.Col. 59 Foot 

Richard C. A. Marshall, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Alex. Ruxton M'Mahon, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps 
Thomas Wolrich Stansfeld, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Adam Hugh M. Dickey, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Frederick Hugh Chancellor, Capt. h. p. R. Artillery. 

Edward Langtord Dillon, LI. Col. 18 Foot 

John Wm. H. C. G. Morris. Capt. R. Marine Artillery 

Francis William Stubbs, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Flower Herbert, Lt.Col. 7 Foot 

Benjamin Bousfield Herriek. Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

Henry Alexander, Ltf. Col. 1 Dragoon Guards 

William Henry White, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps... 

Thomas Basil Fan-hawo, Lt.Col. 33 Foot 

Robert Alex. Loudon, Major, h.p. 5 West India Regt. 

Charles Fit/.Or:. id, LI. Col. 49 Foot 

Duncan John M'< rrigor, LA. Col. Royal Artillery 

George Bayles Heastey, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

Amelius Beauclerk Fyers, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers. 

James Ponsonby Cox. L.l.Col. Royal Engineers 

Francis Barry Drew . Major, 8 Foot 

John QittonB Mayeock,™!/*. Col. h.p. 14 Foot 

Charles D. Tin .-, Ca,,i. 4- Lt.Col. Coldst.Guards... 

Edgar Gibson Clark, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

Hugh D'Arcy P. liurnell, Major, 7 Hussars 

James Annesley Smith, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 
Clements Robert Shaw, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps. 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT 

orr.xsiGX 



20 Jan. 47 
20 Jan. 47 
20 Jan. 47 
20 Jan. 47 
26 Jan. 47 



4 Feb. 47 
8 May 46 
17 May 50 
13 Dec. 50 
17 Feb. 47 
17 Feb. 47 
17 Feb. 47 
17 Feb. 47 
20 Feb. 47 
20 Feb. 47 
3 Mar. 47 
1 Oct. 47 



5 Sept.62 
30 Dec. 50 
22 Dec. 48 



17 Mar. 47 
20 Mar. 47 
20 Mar. 47 
17 Mar. 43 

10 Oct. 49 
26 Feb. 58 

8 Sept. 46 
7 Aug. 46 

24 Sept. 47 
2 May 42 

1 Oct. 47 

2 Apr. 47 

3 Apr. 47 
13 Dec. 50 
20 Oct. 49 

1 July 53 

26 Apr. 47 
3 Mar. 42 

27 .Time 48 
29 Mar. 44 
ti June 53 

9 June 48 
15 June 55 
13 Apr. 49 
20 Aug. 48 
n June 47 
n June 47 

11 June 47 
11 June 47 
11 June 47 
11 June 47 
11 June 47 
11 June 47 
11 June 47 
11 June 47 

11 June 47 

12 June 47 
12 June 47 
12 June 47 



30 June 47 
5 Nov. 61 

26 July 47 

28 July 47 
8 Dec. 47 

2 June 55 

8 June 49 
1 Aug. 49 

9 Mar. 49 
4 Aug. 40 

Aug. 47 

20 Aug. 47 

21 Aug. 47 

21 Aug. 47 
20 Dec. 43 

1 Sept. 54 

27 Dec. 52 

11 June 47 

15 Oct. 50 
27 Dec. 44 

3 Sept. 47 

22 Sept. 47 
14 Apr. 46 

16 Sept. 45 
27 Jan. 54 

12 June 52 

29 Dec. 45 
18 Dec. 47 
18 Dec. 47 
••3 May 45 

2 June 43 



20 Nov. 47 
14 July 54 
10 Dec. 47 
10 Dec. 47 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN-. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALT PAT. 



3 June 51 18 
8 July 51 18 
20 Apr. 53 18 
15 Nov. 5318 



Feb. 



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: Nov 



54 3° 
52 



26 Aug. 51 8 
:8 May 52 11 
15 June 50 18 

5 Nov. 53 18 
jo Sept. 49 10 

26 Jan. 53 18 
: 5 Nov. 53 29 
:i Sept. 50 25 

3 Oct. 62,20 

24 Feb. 49 18 

4 Nov. 52 21 

6 July 50,26 
9 Mar. 47I 2 

.7 June5i|i5 
22 July 59 25 

19 Nov. 47 17 

10 Nov. 48117 
12 Oct. 52! 4 
14 Apr. 46114 

11 Nov. 50 23 

6 May 53^4 

4 Aug. 53; 18 

5 Nov. 52 '23 

27 Aug. 52 7 

2 Nov. 55 23 

20 May 53 4 

7 Oct. 46I23 
1 Nov. 48) 1 

8 Jan. 4711 

12 Sept. 57^0 
Feb. 5427 

„. Aug. 55 1 1 

25 Oct. 50 29 

II Sept.5I;23 

14 Nov. 49(27 
: S Nov. 53 17 
:i Sept. 51, 19 

July 50J18 
.8 Apr. 51J18 

28 May 51,18 

1 Jan. 52I18 
1 Oct. 52 18 

15 Nov. 53U8 

15 Nov. 53818 

16 Dec. 5s|i8 

7 Nov. 50;i8 
[4 Nov. S3 18 
[5 Nov. 53I18 
31 Mar. 63 6 

1 Mar. 52 18 
31 Dec. 61 20 

3 Aug. 55 18 

9 Feb. 51118 

6 Dec. 51 11 
15 May 57 10 

3 July 55,3° 
iSOct. 5317 

21 Sept.54127 
14 Apr. 43 | 14 

1 Mar. 52 1 8 
14 May 53 118 
1 j Mar. 52 r 
10 Nov. 53 18 

17 Apr. 45 
9 Mar. 55 

24 Feb. 54 
3 Mar. 53 

I.i I I.''. = 

i Mar. 48 
6 Dec. 50 
o May 53 

3 Oct. 48 

8 June 49 

29 Oct. 54 
27 Apr. 58 
27 May 48 
20 Dec. 51 

14 May 53 
17 Aug. 48 

4 Apr. 45 

19 Dec. 62 

15 Nov. 53 - 
14 Sept. 55 30 
27 Oct. 51I26 

8 Dec. 50^18 



Nov. 59 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
July 65 
Feb. 59 
May 55 
Nov. 55 
Jan. s6 
Sept.Eo 
Sept. 60 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
May 57 
Feb. 61 
Nov. 59 
Feb. 56 
Nov. 67 
Feb. 61 
Nov. 58 
Oct. 60 
Dec. so 1 
Jan. 56 
Mar. 62 
Jan. 51 
Aug. 52 
Aug. 54 
Feb. 55 
Feb. 56 
May 58 
Feb. 61 
Apr. 58 
Oct. 59 
Oct. 57 
Feb. 61 
Nov. 56 
Apr. 55 
Apr. 51 
Feb. 63 
Aug. 5 S 
June 5S 
Dec. 54 
Nov. 56 
June 57 
Oct. 57 
Aug. 59 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 66 
Feb. 61 
July 66 
Feb. 61 
Apr. 58 
Aug. 56 
May 61 
July 62 
Aug. 55 
July 56 
Sept.52 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 61 
Nov. 51 
Mar. 63 
Mar. 63 
Aug. 5 S 
Sept. 55 
Dec. 55 
Feb. 56 
Sept. 58 
Dec. 54 
June 52 
Oct. 55 
Oct. 62 
Dec. 56 
Aug. 56 
Sept. 57 
Nov. 51 
Dec. 54 
Aug. 66 
Feb. 61 
July 5S 
Sept. 60 
Feb. 61 



20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
26 Jan. 



67 20 Jan. 73 
67,20 Jan. 73 
67 20 Jan. 73 



4 Feb 
7 Jan. 
1 Cct. 

31 Oct. 
17 Feb 
17 Feb 
17 Feb 
i 7 Feb. 
12 June 
20 Feb. 
3 Mar. 

5 July 



20 Jan. 73 
Jan. 73 
Feb. 73 
67 4 Feb. 73 
6g 12 Feb. 73 
62 14 Feb. 73 
62! 15 Feb. 73 
67 17 Feb. 73 
6- 17 Feb. 73 
67 17 Feb. 73 
6717 Feb. 73 
66, 20 Feb. 73 



17 Mar. 
20 Mar. 
20 Mar. 
9 Nov. 
14 J ar. 



9 Nov. 

8 Aug. 
17 Apr. 

17 Ju> e 

9 Nov. 

2 Apr. 

3 Apr. 
16 Jan. 
23 Jan. 
26 July 
26 Apr 

9 Ma r 
21 Aug 
20 Jar; . 
2iFe ! i 

5 July 

7 Apr. 
14 Apr 

23 Apr. 

6 Nov. 

24 Jan. 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 

11 June 

12 June 
12 June 
12 June 



30 June 67 

67 



20 Feb. 73 
3 Mar. 73 
8 Mar. 73 
15 Mar. 73 
17 Mar. 73 
20 Mar. 73 
20 Mar. 73 

25 Mar. 73 

26 Mar. 73 
26 Mar. 73 
29 Mar. 73 

1 Apr. 73 
1 Apr. 73 

1 Apr. 73 

2 Apr. 73 

2 Apr. 73 

3 Apr. 73 
A Apr. 73 
.3 Apr. 73 

, 23 Apr. 73 
67 26 Apr. 73 
' jo Apr. 73 
,_ 1 May 73 
63 6 May 73 
63 11 May 73 
72 11 May 73 
63 '23 May 73 
6 3 J26May 73 
63 2g May 73 
June 73 
June 73 
June 73 
June 73 
June 73' 
, . * June 73 
67(11 June 73 
67,11 June 73 
'7 1 1 June 73 



26 July 
5 Apr. 

5 July 

1 8 Nov. 
11 Sept 
to No- 
3 Ma 

11 Sept 
20 Aug. 

20 Aug. 

21 Aug. 
21 Aug. 

29 May 
16 Mar. 
20 May 

5 July 
14 Oct. 

5 Feb. 

12 June 
■ ■ Sept. 
.8 Apr. 
23 June 
18 Oct. 

5 July 
5 July 
5 July 

5 July 

27 July 

30 Oct. 



.. June 73 

11 June 73 

12 June 73 
12 June 73 
12 June 73 

25 June 73 
30 June 73 

5 July 73 

26 July 73 
28 July 73 

2 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 

3 Aug. 73 



20 Nov. 
22 Sept 
10 Dec. 
10 Dec. 



6g 13 Aug. 7j 

71 15 Aug. 73 

.64 16 Aug. 73 

67 20 Aug. 73 

67 20 Aug. 73 

67 21 Aug. 73 

67 21 Aug. 73 

63 22 Aug. 73 

27 Aug. 73 

29 Aug. 73 

1 Sept. 73 

6 Sept. 73 

22 Sept. 73 
22 Sept. 73 
24 Bept.73 

>8 Sept. 73 
4 Oct. 73 
8 net. 7-, 
,7 Oct. 73 
18 Oct. 73 

,9 Oct. 73 

>sOct. 73 

,2 Nov. 73 
:g Nov. 73 
10 Nov. 73 
6 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 73 
Dec. 73 



31 Oct. 62 



1 Apr. 66 
30 June 63 



3 July 67 
9 Aug. 71 



7 Aug. 67 



12 Nov. 73 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



65 



CORNET, I 
21ld LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



Joseph Ford Sherer, Lt.Cnl. Mental Staff Corps... 
Clement John Smith, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Edward Lewis Hankin, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corp: 
Edward C. S. Williams, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Arthur Hill Millett, Lt.Col. Bengal'StuiT Corps ... 
Richard Edward ( lakes, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corp 

George Wheeler. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff < .'orps 

Edward Lot'tus Bland, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Anthony Wm. Uurnford, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Donald Alex. Frazer, Lt.Col. Roval 'Engineers 

Edniond Frederick Dn Cane, CIS. Lt.Col. -R. Eng. ... 

William Crossman, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Jasper Otway Mayne, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Thomas Rogers, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Irwin Montgomery Greig, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

John R. Maunsell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Herbert Gauntlett Panter. Major. 22 Foot, 

Benjamin John Chauvel Prior, Lt. Col. Madras S. C. 
Harvey Tuckett Duncan, CSI. Lt.Col. Madras S. C... 
John Grant Sombre Matheson, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Charles Cherry Minchin, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Wm. Walker W. Johnston, Lt.Col. 1 West India Regt. 

Pi mar Millett Deane, Lt.Col. 19 Foot 

George Wm. Hanson, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Lionel Chase Barton, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps... ■ 
Charles Edward Grogan, Major, .4 Foot 

Row!, v Willes Hinxman. l.i.i I. < I,'. ' -s 

F0T Hue!, Btewan hrane, Maj, r, - Foot 

David Shaw, Lt.Col. Madras Staff < ',,■■■ - 

Malcolm Kemp Bourne, Lt.Cnl. Madra- Sniffi '..rps 

Osborne Morgan, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Alfred Tulloch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Crps 

Joseph Reay, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Sutton Burge, Lt.Col. Madia- Staff Corps 
Archibald Thomas Baldwin, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
.lames Andrews Mouat Biggs, Lt.Cnl. Bengal S. ('.... 
Charles Vernon Jenkins, Lt.Cnl. Bengal Stall' Corps 

James Allardyce, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Rowland Farrer, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Richard Henry Beddome, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 

Arthur Palmer Davis, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps.. 
Edmund Henry Cox, Lt.Cnl. Royal Marine Artillery 
Charles Denison Redder, lu:i Captain, h.p. 39 Foot) 

Adjutant 6 Administrative Battalion Lancashire \ 

Rifle Volunteers j 

John James Elder, Lt.Col. Bombay Stall' Corps 

Lambert Henry Denne, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Netherton Harward, Lt.Col. R. Artillery ... 

Arthur Saltmarshe, 1 " 1 Major, h.p. 70 Foot 

Hickman Rose Russell, 106 Co,, tain, h.p. 57 Foot 

Edward Thomas Brooke, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Joseph Bonus, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Stevenson Moseley, Lt.Col, Bengal S.C 

Peter Henry Scratchley, Major, Royal Engineers ... 
Alfred Worsley Montagu, Lt.Cnl. Bengal StaffCorps 
Alexander Callander, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 
Alex. Bulstrode Cumberlege, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

Douglas Standen, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' Corps 

Robert Fred. Williams, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 
Alexander Henry Murray, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

David Blair Lockhart, Lt.Col. 107 Foot 

Albert Henry Bumfield, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps 
Stewart Alexander Cleeve, 10 " Major, h.p. 13 Foot .. 

William Mosse," ls Major, h.p. 26'Foot 

John Penton, Lt.Col. 89 Foot 

Lord Charles John Innes-Ker, Copt. <y Lt.Col.} 

Scots Fusilier Guards j 

Leonard Howard Lloyd Irby, 1 "'-' Major, h.p. 74 Foot 
Andrew Green, "" Captain, h.p. Rirlc Brigade, | 

Captain of Invalids, h'01/al Uosjiital, Ch,h,a 



io Dec. 47 
10 Dec. 47 

10 Dec- 47 

9 JUiio 48 

11 Dec. 47 
11 Dec. 47 

Dec. 47 
27 June 48 
17 June 48 

7 June 48 
9 Dec. 48 
9 Dec. 48 
1 Dec. 49 
1 Dec. 49 
9 Dec. 52 
1 June 53 

1 May 57 
20 Dec. 47 

o Dec. 47 
o Dec. 47 
o Dec. 47 
4 Aug. 54 

2 Mar. 53 

3 Jan. 48 
3 Jan. 48 

6 Apr. 47 
23 Nov. 49 
13 Apr. 49 

8 Jan. 48 
1 1 Jan. 48 
11 Jan 
11 Jan. 48 
11 Jan. 48 
11 Jan. 48 
13 Jan. 48 
20 Jan. 48 
20 Jan. 48 
20 Jan. 48 
20 Ja 

io Jan. 48 
:o Jan. 48 

8 Aug. 46 

7 July 46 

29 Jan. 48 

9 Dec 

8 Dec. 48 
2 Dec. 48 

6 Jan. 55 



24 Jan. 51 

5 Nov. 53 

May 56 

1 Aug. 54 
.7 Nov. 52 



Alex. Maclean, Capt. h.p. Gold Coast Art. Corps, 

Staff Officer of Pensioners ,s 

Baker Creed Russell, CIS. Captain, 13 Hussars 

ji.s.c. Thomas Durand Baker, CB. Major, 18 Foot .. 

Duncan Macpherson, CIS. Major, 42 Foot 

Francis Cunningham Scott, 111 CB. Major, h.p. 42 F 

Adolphus H. Stephens, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Sydney Crohan Millett, Major, 23 Foot 

John Plurnptre Carr Glyn, Major, Rifle Brigade 

lTt£ Luke O'Connor, Major, 23 Foot 

George Ay ton Craster, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

James de Vic Tupper, Captain, 23 Foot 

John Le Mesurier, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Anthony Percy Bainbridge, Major, Royal Artillery 
! 'hristopher Rice Havard Nichoil, Major, Rilie Brig. 
Frederick Edward Sotheby, Captain,' Rifle Brigade 

p.s.e. Robert Home, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harrington Fred. Heyshnin, Lt.Cnl. Madras S.C 

William Adolphus Baker, Lt.Cnl. Royal Engineers.. 

Thomas Elliott Hughes, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

AVin.H. P. FitzM. Strachnn, Lt. Col. 1 West IndiaRegt 
John R. W. Lord de Vesci, Capt. «?• Lt.Col. Cold. Gds 

Charles Coote Grant, Major, h.p. 16 Foot 

John Octavius Chichester, Major, 39 Foot 

Henry A. W.Waterfield, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 



8 June 55 
17 Feb. 48 
11 Aur. 54 
20 Feb. 48 
20 Feb. 48 
25 Feb. 48 
25 Feb. 48 

3 Mar 
20 June 49 
10 June 48 
20 Mar 

20 Jan. 

21 Aug. 49 
6 June 5 



5 May 54 
20 Mar. 55 

15 Mar. 39 
2 Nov. 55 

18 Aug. 54 
25 June 5 

24 Nov. 5: 
1 7 June 5 

16 June 54 

25 Aug. 54 
5 Nov. 54 

11 Dec 

15 Dec. 54 
9 Dec. 53 

12 June 57 

17 Jan. 55 

18 Jan. 55 



3 Apr. 48 
9 Dec. 53 

8 June 49 
14 Feb. s: 

9 May 45 
26 Oct. 39 
10 May 48 



: June 



3 July 54 
■7 Feb. 54 
: 7 Feb. 54 
[7 Feb. 54 1 

17 Feb. 54 ' 
[ 7 Feb. 54j 

1 Aug. 54 ■ 
1 Aug. 54 
1 Aug. 54 

1 Aug. 54 

18 Feb. 591 
10 Jan. 51 

Nov. 53 

Nov. 53 ' 

„ Nov. 53] 

30 Mar. 55! 

2 Nov. 55 

Feb. 53 
5 Nov. 53 

28 Apr. 48 

3 Mar. 54 
[5 Oct. 52 

15 Nov. 53 

30 Mar. 53 
28 May 51 

2 Dec. 49 

5 Dec. 53 
18 Feb. 54 

28 May 55 
8 Feb. 1 

16 Oct. 51 
10 June 52 
15 Feb. 53 
15 Nov. 53 
23 May 54 
27 May 48 

27 Dec. 50 

12 June 52 

2 May 49 

6 Mar. 53 

17 Jan. 51 

29 Mar. 55 

31 July 55 

27 Apr. 58 

1 Apr. 56 
20 June 54 
t3 Sept. 53 

28 Feb. 5 s 
6 Oct. 51 

:3 NOV. 56 

6 Mar. 52 
20 June 50 
:i Aug. 52 
5 Oct. 49 

4 Apr. 51 

5 Dec. 51 

3 Sept. 53 
■_• .lime' 



8 Dec. 

10 Sept. 



63 
54 

55 

28 Jan. 42 
1 Aug. 56 

i2 Jan. 55 

6 June 54 
18 Aug. 54 

24 Feb. 54 

21 Sept. 54 

29 Dec. 54 
9 Feb. 55 
1 Aug. 54 
9 Mar. 55 
1 Aug. 54 

27 Aug 58 
11 May 55 
11 May 55 

7 Apr. 56 
15 Apr. 53 

1 Aug. 54 
17 May 54 

25 Feb. 53 

22 June 63 
20 Aug. 49 
27 May 42 
15 Oct. 49 



18 Feb. 6i 

18 Feb. 61 
iS Feb. tn 
27 Aug. 58 
iS Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
1 Feb. S 8-| 
18 Mar. 58 j 

1 Apr. 58 
16 Apr. 58 
12 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

27 Aug. 58 

28 Nov. 59 
15 June 60 j 
15 Oct. 6: 

2 Jan. 60 
18 Feb. 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 

29 July 62 

25 Sept. 57 
18 Feb. 611 
18 Feb. 61 
29 Dec. 54 
15 Jan. 58 
24 Aug. 58 

11 July 59 

28 Dec. 57 

29 Apr. 58 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
31 July 60 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 

,18 Feb. 61 
2 Dec. 57 

7 May 52 

t8 Feb. 61 
!3 June 55 
>7 Aug. 58 

(, Feb. =., 

5 Feb. 61 

2 July 62 
so Feb. 64 
18 Feb. 61 

1 Oct. 59 

3 Sept. 59 
[8 Feb. 61 

1 7 June 60 
c8 Feb. 61 

2 June 59 
[6 Sept. 55 

1 Jan. 62 

8 June 57 
1 June 55 

: 5 Aug. 54 

22 Aug. 58 

29 May 66 
24 Feb. 57 

4 Aug. 63 

23 July 52 

18 Feb. 59 

26 Oct. 58 

24 Apr. 55 

6 Sept. 55 

23 Mar. 55 

30 Nov. 5s 

12 Mar. 58 

24 Aug. 58 

27 Aug 
1 Apr. 59 

18 Feb. 6 
24 Mar. 65 
27 Ap: 
21 Sept.6o 

9 Dec. 64 
18 Feb ' 
18 Feb 
27 Aug. 58 



10 Dec. 
10 Dec. 

10 Dec. 
5 July 

11 Dec. 
ti Dec. 
11 Dec. 

5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 

1 16 Oct. 

20 Dec. 

20 Dec. 

20 Dec. 

1 20 Dec. 

20 J uly 

24 Nov. 
j Jan. 

I 3 Jan. 
14 Jan. 

1 19 Jan. 
:g Jan. 
8 Jan. 
3 Mar. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 
'3 Jan. 

!2o Jan. 

J20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
5 July 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



10 Dec. 73 

10 Dec. 73 

10 Dec. 73 

i 10 Dec. 73 

1 Dec. 73 

1 Dec. 73 

1 Dec. 73 

,. .i Dec. 73 

72 11 Dec. 73 

72 11 Dec. 73 

1 Dec. 73 

1 Dec. 73 
1 Dec. 73 
1 Dec. 73 
r Dec. 73 
Dec. 73 



72 ii ucu 73 

>3 14 Dec. 73 

67 20 Dec — 

67 

67 „. 

67 20 Dec. 73 

67 24 Dec. 73 

63 29 Dec. 73 
Aa 3 Jan. 74 
™ 3 Jan. 74 

64 6 Jan. 74 



. 62 
14 Aug. 66 
18 Apr. 51" 
21 Apr. 5, 
,8 Feb. 6 



64 7 Jan. 74 
68 8 Jan. 74 

67 11 Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 
Jan. 74 

vu ^ Jan. 74 

68 20 Jan. 74 
68 20 Jan. 74 
72 24 Jan. 74 



1 Mar. 64 

29 Jan. 68 
9 Apr. 7 
5 July r 
1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 
17 Feb. 68 
15 Mar. 64 
20 Feb. 68 
20 Feb. 68 
25 Feb. 68 
25 Feb. 68 

3 Mar. 68 
15 Aug. 68 

1 Jan. 7 
19 June 66 
22 Mar. 64 

4 Apr. 64 

5 Apr. 64 



3 June 64 
■.2 June 64 
28 July 64 

24 Jan. 65 
21 Mar. 65 
5 July 65 
jo Mar. 68 
28 Oct. 68 
1 Sept. 69 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 

1 Aug. 7 

24 Oct. 7 
23 May 73 

25 Aug. 73 
3 Apr. 68 

5 July 72 

5 Aug. 64 
23 Dec 



9 Aug. 64 
:6 Aug. 64 

10 May 68 



7 Jan. 74 



26 Jan. 74 

29 Jan. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
7 Feb. 74 
7 Feb. 74 
7 Feb. 74 
7 Feb. 74 
17 Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 74 
25 Feb. 74 
25 Feb. 74 
3 Mar. 74 
11 Mar. ,., 
11 Mar. 74 

20 Mar. 74 

21 Mar. 74 
28 Mar. 74 
28 Mar. 
28 Mar. 74 

1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Api . 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 

3 Apr. 74 

4 Apr. 

14 Apr. 74 

15 Apr. 74 
15 Apr 

iS Apr. 74 
10 May 74 
10 Mny 74 

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22 July 68 



30 Sept. 74 
jo Apr. 73 



7 Aug. (-7 
30 Apr ;*3 



6 July 67 



66 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



William Denis-deVitre, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Van Notten Pole, Major, h.p. Cape M. Rifles 
p.s.c. Richard Harrison, Major, Royal Engineers ... 
Stephen Henry Edward Chamier, Lt.CoI.~R. Artillery 

Thomas Scovell Big-are, Major, 5 Foot 

Ingram Francis Chapman, £*. Col. Bombay S.C 

James Stewart. Lt.Col. 57 Foot 

Wm. Henry G." Palmer, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Hamilton Maxwell, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

William Hands, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Theophilus Leslie Scott, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Boyce William Dunlop Morton, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
George DelaPoer Beresford, Lt. Col. Madras Staff C. 

WiBiam Osborn, Lt.Col. Madras Stan' Corps 

Newton Barton, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Eustace Hill, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Horseley R. Rowley, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 

Thomas Trevor Turton, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Marshall, Lt.Col. 9 Lancers 

George Gosling, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds. ■•• 
Walter Tuckfleld Goldsworthy, n3 Major, h.p. 91 F. 

Assist. Adjt. and Qr.Mr. Gen., Cork 

Henry Heberden, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry Lowther Balfour, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
George Kepple Taylor, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Edmond Francis, Major, 20 Foot 

Charles Moore B. Siree, 114 Major, h.p. 3 Foot 

Owen Tudor Burne, 115 CSI. 'Major, h.p. 20 Foot, 

Private Secretary to the Viceroy of India 

Gilbert Nicholetts, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
John P. Stuart, Capt. Unatt. S. O. of Pensioners ...- 

James Buchanan Kirk, Lt.Col. 91 Foot 

William John Brook, 110 Major, h.p. 30 Foot 

Arthur Matcham Davies, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
1T<£ Wm. Spottiswoode Trevor, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 

Harrison Walke J. Trent, Lt.Col. 68 Foot 

1'E Fred. Augustus Smith, Lt.Col. 43 Foot 

John Thompson, Major, 50 Foot 

p.s.c. Clement Richard Johnson, Captain, 50 Foot 

Douglas Hastings, Major, 62 Foot 

Charles T. Heathcote, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps... 

William Richard Annesley, Lt.Col. 97 Foot 

John Richard Hume, Lt.Col. 55 Foot 

Henry T. Richmond, Capt. Unatt. S.O. of Pensioners 

William Edward Wallace, Major, h.p, 18 Foot 

William Allan, Major, 41 Foot 

Simpson Hackett, 'Major, 35 Foot 

James William Bostock, Lt.Col. 16 Foot 

Hon. Josh. C. Vanneck, Capt. $ Lt. Col. Scots Fus. Gds. 

Richard Oldtield, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Herbert Mark Garrett Purvis, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
p.s.c. R.Blundell-Hollinshead-Blundell.Zi. Col. 3 Hus. 
Fred. Charles D'Epinay Barclay, Lt.Col. 66 Foot ... 

William Mussenden, Lt.Col. 8 Hussars 

James Menzies Olayhills, 118 Major, h.p. 7 Foot 

Charles Edward Russell, Lt.Col. 2 WestlndiaRegt... 

George Fuller Walker, Major,' 12 Foot 

p.s.c. Charles Acton, Major, 51 Foot 

Francis Booth Norman, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Alfred A. DesVoeux, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 

John Philip Pedler, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Dyer, Lt. Col. Madras Stair Cups 

Julian Campbell Hobson, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. .. 
Francis John Craigie, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 



Dec. 49 



Edward Adolphe Mottot, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Stuart Lane, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Gordon Rogers, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
William George Davies, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
Henry Manley Wemyss, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Boyle Torriano Stafford, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Palmer Turton, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward O'Brien Horsford, Zt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
AVilloughby Digby Marsh, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

James Edmund B. Parsons, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

Henry Auriol Prinsep, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
John Fred. Lane Fisher, Lt.Col. Bengal Btaff Corps 
Charles Chester Ekins, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Francis Jeffrey Millar, J J. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Beauchainp II. W.Magratli, LI. Col. Madras Staff C. 
John Charles Home, Lt.Col. Eengal Staff Corps . 
FitzWilliam Thomas I'ollok, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
David Simson Huist, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps.. 
HenryCoapeSinit.il, Lt.Col. Dengai Staff Corps . 
Robert Comyn Lavic, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Selwyn New, LI. Col. .Madras Stall' Corps 

Edward Cave, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorpS 

William Robert Meshani, LI. Col. .Madras Staff Corps 

/Eneas Perkins, Major, Royal Engineers 

Albert Henry Wilmot Williams, Lt.Col. R. ArtHjery 

Charles Fred. I 'ockburn, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Campbell Hardy, LI. Col. Royal Artillery 

Lewis Fredjerick Hall, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

John Henry l'eile, Lt.Col. Royal Ar il ery 

Francis Hastings M'Li-od, LI. Col. I o ,*al Artillery ... 
.Sir William Hamilton, Burt., Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 



11 June 53 
7 June 54 

27 May 

29 Jan. 46 
9 June 48 
9 June 48 
9 June 48 
9 June 48 
9 June 48 

10 June 48 
10 June 48 
10 June 48 
10 June 48 
20 June 

26 June 

1 May 55 

28 Jan. 6: 

10 Oct. 57 
20 June 49 
20 June 
20 June 49 
22 Apr. 53 

18 Aug 

15 May ss 

27 July 48 

30 Dec. 
17 Oct. 

19 Oct. 
15 Aug. 48 

11 Dec. 49 
14 Apr. 48 

1 June 49 

27 Feb. 52 

Aug. 54 

20 Mar. 40 
7 Sept. 48 

Dec. 47 
9 Oct. 49 

1 Nov. 41 
3 Sept. 4 7 

2 July 50 
1 Dec. 47 
1 May 46 



9 Dec. 49 
9 Dec. 49 
7 Mar. 56 

27 Apr. 49 
o June 53 
3 Nov. 52 

24 Feb. 57 
Apr. 46 



Aug. 54 



27 Aug. 5S 



14 Aug. 46124 Aug. 52 
31 July 55(26 July 62 
27 Apr. 58J29 Feb. 64 



Sept. 54 

Apr. 54 

10 Nov. 48 

20 Dec. 51 

7 Aug. 52 
16 Nov. 53 
19 Mar. 55 

1 Sept. 55 
19 Feb. 53 
15 Nov. 53 
24 June 54 
23 Nov. 56 

6 July 50 



8 June 56 
8 Feb. 6: 
2 Oct. 5- 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
S Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
Sept. 55 



15 Nov. 53 1 14 Feb. 59 
17 Sept.57 
10 July 63 
30 Oct. 59 

2 Oct. 50 

1 Nov. 50 

5 Dec. 50 

9 Feb. 55I31 July 57 
15 Sept. 54! 18 Jan. 56 



July 59 
>6 June 
iSOct. 64 
:S Oct, 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov, 



9 Aug. 64 
8 Feb 
4 Mar. 



10 Apr. 58 

31 Dec. 55 
3 Oct. 40 
1 Feb. 55I31 Dec. 57 

21 May 52129 Dec. 54 
30 Dec. 52 1 18 Feb. 61 

1 Aug. 54J27 Aug. 58 
1 July 53; 29 Dec. 54 

30 Apr. 52 30 Mar. 55 
3 Mar. 54 25 Sept. 55 

12 Jan. 55! 16 May 

8 Apr. 42 J 15 Mar. 53 

15 Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 
6 Dec. 50J29 Dec. 54 

26 Nov. 52I29 Dec. 54 

9 June 43 15 Mar. 53 
9 Nov. 49 1 9 J«ly 54 

[i Nov. 53 J 29 Dec. 54 

16 July 52,16 Mar. 55 
20 Oct. 48 4 Aug. 54 

Dec. 63 26 June 66 

22 Dec. 50I 2 Nov. 55 
22 Feb. 51 1 1 Jan. 56 

9 Feb. 58 4 Mar. 59 

5 July 53 5 Mar. 58 

9 Jan. 55(31 Jan. 58 

3 Aug. 54131 Aug. 55 

5 June 58! 7 May 67 

. 3 Sept. 49' 17 May 58 

Dec. 51 6 June 54 1 8 Jan. 56 

Dec. 48J15 Apr. 54li8Feb 



5 July 72 
9 Sept. 64 
11 Oct. 64 
11 Oct. 64 
18 Oct. 64 

27 May 68 

28 Oct. 64 
9 June 68 
9 June 68 
9 June 68 
9 June 68 
9 June 68 

10 June 68 
10 June 68 
10 June 68 

10 June 68 
15 Nov. 
26 June 

11 Apr. 68 



9 Oct. 64 
5 Dec. 
9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 

2 Nov. 64 
9 Dec. 64 

4 Jan. 65 
27 July 68 

:o Feb. 65 
:i Feb. 65 
:i Mar. 65 

5 Aug 
5 May 66 
1 Mar. 65 
1 Mar. 65 
1 Mar. 65 

1 Mar. 65 

3 Mar. 65 

7 Sept. 68 
3 Aug. 6q 

8 May 66 

2 Apr. 65 
5 Apr. 65 
8 Apr. 65 
2 June 65 
7 Apr. 66 



8 Dec. 48 
8 Dec. 48 
8 Dec. 48 
8 Dec. 48 
8 Dec. 48 

8 Dec. 48 

9 Dec. 48 
9 Dec. 48 
9 Dec, 
9 Dec. 48 
9 Dec. 48 
9 Dec. 48 
9 Dec. 48 
9 Dec. 49 

20 Dec. 48 
Dec. 48 
20 Dec. 48 
20 Dec. 48 
20 Dec. 48 
20 Dec. 48 
20 Dec. 4S 
20 Dec. 48 
20 Dec. 48 
„, Dee, : 

>, . i Ice. ! 

27 Dec. 48 
27 Dec. 48 
27 Doc. 48 
..■ Doc. 1 
19 Dec. 49 
19 Dec. 49 
9 Dec. 49 



. Feb. 52 17 Feb. 6 
5 June 53J18 Feb. 6 

16 May 54 18 Feb. 6 
3 Oct. 54 18 Feb. 6 

13 Apr. 55 18 Feb. 6 
12 Jan. 5618 Feb. 6 
1 Sept. 50 

10 July 52 
18 Apr. 53 
12 Aug. 53 
10 Feb. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

17 Feb. 54 



Feb. 6 
Feb. 61 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 6 
Aug, 



5 Nov. 53 18 Nov. 60 
■I Feb. 56(18 Feb. 61 
1 Nov. 501 18 Feb. 61 
1 Jan. 51 1 18 Feb. 61 
9 June 51 1 18 Feb. 61 
1 Mar. 53J18 Feb. 61 
1 Aug. 53 iS Feb. 61 
o Dec. 53! 18 Feb. 61 
13 Nov. 50 [I Feb. 61 

2 1 Nov. 56 iS Feb, 

2 1 Now 56 



9 I Ve 
10 July 54 
23 riov. 56 
17 Aug. 56 
1 Apr. 51 
6 June 51 
Aug. 51 



9 Dec. 49 25 Sept. 51 

i) Deo. 49 1 1 1 Nov. 51 

8 Dec. 48 7 July 53 

8 Dec. 48' 3 Sept. 53 



18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
iS Feb. 61 
iS Feb. 61 
12 Mar. 62 
23 Feb. 56 
23 Feb. 56 
23 Feb. 56 
23 Feb. 56 
j 3 Feb. 56 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 5 S 



Dec. 71 
Mar. 72 
Oct. 68 

29 Oct. 66 
21 Mar. 68 

o June 65 
9 Oct. 7: 
23 June 65 

30 .lime 65 
o Nov. 65 
8 Dec. 68 
8 Dec. 68 
8 Dec. 68 
8 Dec. 68 
8 Dec. 68 

8 Dec 

9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
5 July 7 

20 Dec. 68 
20 Dec 

Dec. 68 
20 Dec. 68 
20 Dec. 68 
20 Dec. 68 
20 Dec. 6? 
Dec. 68 
Dec. 68 
20 Dec. OS 
20 Dec. 08 
7 Dee. o: 
27 Dec. OS 
7 Dec. 68 
30. June 5 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 7 



10 May 74 

16 May 74 

17 May 74 
17 May 74 
23 May 74 

27 May 74 

28 May 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 

10 June 
10 June 74 
10 June 74 
10 June 74 
17 June 74 

26 June 74 

27 June 74 
27 June 74 

29 June 74 
1 July 74 
1 July 74 

1 July 74 

2 July 74 
8 July 74 

23 July 74 

27 July 74 

1 Aug. 74 

13 Aug. 74 

14 Aug. 74 

15 Aug. 74 
19 Aug. 74 
31 Aug. 74 
31 Aug. 74 
31 Aug. 74 
31 Aug. 74 

7 Sept. 74 
7 Sept. 74 

Sept. 74 

16 Sept. 74 
23 Sept. 74 

2 Oct. 74 

7 Oct. 74 
10 Oct. 74 
10 Oct. 74 
10 Oct. 74 
31 Oct. 74 
31 Oct. 

4 Nov 
14 Nov. 74 
14 Nov. 74 
25 Nov. 74 
>5 Nov. 74 

1 Dec 

5 Dec. 74 

8 Dec. 
8 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 74 

8 Dec 

9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 
9 Dee. 
9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
o Dec. 74 

20 Dec. 74 

20 Dec. 74 

20 Dec. 74 

20 Dec. 74 

20 Dec. 74 

Dec. 74 

Dec. 74 

Dec. 74 

Dec. 7.1 

20 I lee. 7.1 

27 Dec. 74 
27 Doc. 74 
27 Doc. 74 
29 Dec. 74 
3 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 
6 Jan. 75 
6 .Jan. 75 

5 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 
6 Jan. 75 



WHBlf 
PLACED ON- 
HALF PAT. 



30 Sept. 68 



3 June 68 
15 May 72 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



07 



De Vic Francis Carey, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Nicholl, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edward Tierney, If .Col. Royal Artillery 

Alexander Hadden Lindsay, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Parkyns Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Henry Stone, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Francis Svvaiison, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Michael Robert Bruce, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

James Limond Benwell, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

George Massey Payne, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps. 

Charles Bean Lucie Smith, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Talbot Cornewall, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 

John Hubbard White, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Clement Metcalfe Browne, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Bowes Lennox Porster, Cajifain, Royal Artillery 

Christopher Hellyer Beddek, Lt.Col Madras Staff C. 

James Graham, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps 

Charles L. R. Glasfurd, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

James Hay Campbell, Captain, 71 Foot 

George Ley W. D. Flamstead, 11 '- 1 Maj. h.p. Depot Bat. 

William Blakeney, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles Owen Lord, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 

Charles Henry Edward Graeme, Lt.Col. 104 Foot ... 

Charles James Skerry, Major, 81 Foot 

Augustus Arthur Currie, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Stannus Graves, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

William Kincaid, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' Corps 

Wm. George Malcolm Strickland.i/.CW.Madras S.C. 

Robert Broome Baker, Major, h.p. 16 Foot 

William Macdonald, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wykeham Leigh Pemberton. Lt.Col. 60 Rifles 

Arthur Bainbrigge, Lt. Col. 13 Foot 

Wm. Henry Bowling Reeves Welman, Major, 99 Foot 

Richard Francis Oakes, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

c. Henry John Maclean, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade 

Frederick Thomas Whinyates, Lt.Col. R. Artillery... 

William Noel Waller, Lt'.Col. Royal Artillery 

Benjamin Lumsden Gordon, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

John Swiney, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps '.'. 

John Geddes, Major, half pay, 44 Foot 

De Vic Tapper, 12 * Major, half pay, 8 Foot 

Edward Hose Sladen, Lt.Col. .Madras Staff Corps ... 

Edw. Tobias WilloughbyPurcell, i/.CW. R. Artillery 

John Glancy, Captain, 14 Foot '.. 

Edw. Douglass Harvest, Major, h.p. 97 F. S.O. of P. 

Alfred Wright, Major, half pnv. Si Foot 

Ponsonby Bagot, Capt. ,f Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds. ... 

lion. Fred. Arthur Welle.-ley,/'.,, '.\l.t. Cu/.Coldst.G. 24 Mar. 63 

David Limond, LJJ '<•■'. !; . ' i ■ rrs I14 June 50 

JohnVereWm. Henry Webb, Lt.Col. 8 Foot I29 Jan. 47 

George William Muriel, Major, 73 Foot '24 June 42 

29 Apr. 56 
8 June 
8 June 
8 June 

8 June 49 

9 June 49 
9 June 49 
9 June 49 
9 June 49 
9 June 
9 June 

13 June 49 
4 Apr. 54 

27 June 49 
27 June 49 
7 July 49 

14 June 50 
2i Sept. 54 
19 June 50 
19 June 50 
19 June 50 
27 Sept. 44 

7 Apr. 48 
16 June 54 
25 May 60 
10 Aug. 49 
19 June 50 



COBNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



8 Dec. 48 

8 June 49 
11 Dee. 49 
11 Dec. 49 
11 Dec. 49 
11 Dec. 49 

11 Dec. 49 
20 Jan. 49 
20 Jan. 49 
20 Jan. 49 
20 Jan. 

23 Jan. 

9 Dec. 53 

8 June 54 

7 Feb. 49 
7 Feb. 49 
20 Feb. 49 

16 Nov. 55 
20 Apr. 48 

24 Feb. 49 

24 Feb. 40 
20 Feb. 47 
10 Sept. 4 

2 Mar. 49 

2 Mar. 40 

3 Mar. 49 

3 Mar. 

4 May 49 
10 Dec. 53 
23 Apr. 52 
14 June 50 
10 Dec. 47 

14 June _ 
30 May 45 
19 June 50 
19 June 50 

12 June 52 
12 Apr. 49 

25 Aug. 48 

15 Oct 
14 Apr. 49 
19 June 50 

9 Mar. 42 

17 Apr. 42 
10 Nov. 43 



10 Mar. 
20 Feb. 

24 June 
2 July 
5 Oct. 

20 Aug. 
is Sept, 
22 June 
28 Feb. 
30 Sept. 
20 Aug. 

1 Oct. 

1 Aug. 

1 Aug. 

1 Oct. ,, 
15 Sept. 53 
22 Nov. 56 

4 Aug. 55 
-.6 Nov. 58 

30 May 51 

5 Mar. 54 
10 Mar. 5 

31 Mar. 5 
_ May 4 

26 Oct. 5 
15 Sept. 5 
[5 Apr. 5 
>o Sept. 5 

2 Apr. 5 _ 

5 Mar. 56 

25 Aug. 54 

6 May 53 
6 June 54 
1 Aug. 54 
5 June 49 

51 



John Charles Le Quesne, JA.Cni. 12 Jjnncers.... 
JohnH. P. Malcolnison, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Henry Zonch Darrah, Lt.Col. Helical Staff Corps ... 
William Brooke Thomson, Lt. Col. Bengal StaffCorps 



Rup 

Newman BurfootThoyts.Xf.) ! I; • 
Robert Cadi .Lt.Col.B nl SI ..: 
Michael Weekes Willoughby, Lt G 
Henry Hooper Foord, Lt.( ol, Madi 
Henry Edward Whiah. Lt < ol. B si s 
diaries Julien Ralph Hell././ ( ■■' \o 
Wilfred Hudleston, Lt.Col. Madras 
Fred. Macdonald Birch. Major, Ben 
John William Hoggan, Lt.Col. linn 
James Thomas Harris, Lt.Col. Bern 
Adrian I lenevs Vanroueii, Lt.Col. Bi 
Henry James Bell, Lt.Col. 105 Foot 

Charles Frederick Parkinson, Lt.Col. 95 Foot 

Cecil Brooke Le Mesurier, Lt Col. Ro^ al Artillery , . 

Augustus Henry King, LA. Col. Royal Artillery 

Richard Roynoii Jones, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Wolfe, Captain, h.p. 2 F. S.O of Pensioners.. 
Drury Richard Barnes, 1 -' 1 Lt. Col. half pay, 14 Foot ) 

Chief Instructor School of Musketry f 

John Ingle Preston, Lt.Col. 45 Foot 



Statl'Corp, 
>ay Staff Corps 

rjrps 

Bombay S.C.. 
B taff U rps 

Staff 1 !or| - 
ra9 Staff Corps 

;il Staff < lorps 
1 Staff Corps 
1 Staff Corps 

gal Staff Corps 



Richard Silencer Hal',, Captain ,(■ Lt.Col. Coldst. Gds. 

George C. Rowcroft, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Wheler Collington, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edmund Davidson Smith, >~ >6 Major, h.p. 95 Foot,) 

Fort Major and Adjutant, Jersey j 

William FitzRuy, Lt.Cot. 47 Foot 

Wm. John F. Ramsden, ( 'aj tain .;■ / ' ( 'ol. Coldst. G. 

John Henry Brown, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 

Walter Aston Fox St nine- v. ..v- , l.t.c.,1. I;. Artillery 
Cecil R. St. John Ives, Major, Royal Horse Gds. ... 
Bache Harpur Heathcote, 1 * 5 Major, h.p. Depot Batt. 

John T. Ussher, Capt. Unatt. S.O. of Pensioners 

Wm. Henry .TosephLance, Lt. Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

John Paton Martin, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

Wm. Henry Whitlock, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps... 
Thomas Norris Baker, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps ... 

Joseph Geo. Marshall, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Rowland, Major, 5 Foot 



22 Apr. 53 

29 May 49 

19 June 50 

19 June 50 
15 Jan. 58 

21 Aug. 49 

30 May 43 
18 Sept. 49 

20 Sept. 49 
20 Sept. 49 
20 Sept. 49 

9 Dec. 52 

22 Dec. 48 



James M.C. Vibart, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 119 Dec. 



LIEUT. 



■ Jan. 



27 Apr. 58 
19 Apr. 53 

6 June 54 
1 Aug. 5-4 
1 Feb. 51 
14 Jan. 52 

8 Jan. 58 

6 Feb. 46 
21 Apr. 46 

" Jan. 64 
Aug. 63 

21 Aug. 54 
si Feb. 51 

'■9 July 45 

7 July 57 
>9 Aug. 54 
25 May 52 

28 Feb. 55 
23 Nov. 56 
>5 June 52 
t4 Aug. 53 
28 Jan. ^4 
— Nov. 54 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

28 June 54 
;■ May 57 
5 May 52 
3 Nov. 54 
:8 Dec. 53 
5 Oct. 54 

9 Feb. 55 
3 Feb. 52 

1 Apr. 52 
5 June 52 

3 Apr. 49 

22 Aug. 51 

5 Feb. 56 
:g May 63 

8 Dec. 52 

4 July 52 

6 June 54 
o Feb. 54 

8 Oct. 64 

6 July 52 

9 July 52 

2 Mar. 61 

Feb. 52 
4 Apr. 46 

7 Feb. 51 
4 Jan. 56 

1 Mar. 51 

3 Nov. 56 
27 Apr. 58 

29 Apr. 53 
31 Aug. 52 



27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 
27 Aug. 
27 Aug. 
27 Aug. „ 

8 May 59 

13 May 59 

9 Mar. 59 
18 Feb. 6 
18 Feb. 6_ 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 6 
18 Feb. 6 

3 May 6 

22 June 65 
18 Feb. 6 

18 Feb. 6 
20 Feb. 6_ 

8 Aug. 65 
10 Sept. 58 
24 Feb. 61 
24 Feb. 61 

17 June 58 
27 May 53 

2 Mar. 6 

2 Mar. 6 

3 Mar. 6 
3 Mar. 6 

24 June 53 
10 Dec. 63 

23 Mar. 58 

20 June 55 
30 Oct. 57 
27 Aug. 58 
23 Mar. 55 

25 June 56 

19 July 56 
5 Jan. 63 

12 Apr. 61 

7 Sept. 58 

15 Jan. 56 

2 1 June 60 
21 July 56 

14 Jan. 64 

29 Dec. 54 

16 June 55 

3 Aug. 66 

30 Oct. 66 
27 Aug. 58 
14 May 58 

2 June 57 

18 July 62 
27 Aug. 5 £ 

.1 line 10 

8 June 61 

5 June 61 

9 June 61 
9 June 61 
9 June 61 
9 June 61 
9 June 61 

9 June 61 

13 June 61 

4 Apr. 66 
27 June 61 

7 June 61 

7 July 61 
30 July 62 
•6 Nov. 58 

3 Jan- 57 

10 Apr. 57 

6 July 57 
30 Dec. 53 

6 Mar. 58 

26 Nov. 61 
18 Jan. 67 
10 Aug. 61 

4 July 57 

5 June 55 

2 Nov. 55 

8 May 67 
1 July 57 

Aug. 57 
5 Apr. 65 
4 Sept. 55 

1 Jan. 54 
8 Sept.61 

26 Oct. 59 
.,- Oct. 59 

20 Sept. 61 
Feb. 63 
Mar. 56 
Oct. 57 



MAJOR. 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
24 Dec. 68 
20 Jan. 69 
20 Jan. 69 
20 Jan. 69 
23 Jan. 69 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
12 July 65 
7 Feb. 69 
7 Feb. 69 
20 Feb. 69 
9 Aug. 65 

23 Aug. 65 
15 Aug. 68 

24 Feb. 69 

2 Mar. 68 
31 Aug. 65 
15 Aug. 68 

• Mar. 1 ., 

3 Mar. 69 
3 Mar. 69 

20 Sept. 65 
10 Nov. 65 

28 Oct. 71 
9 Mar. 67 

25 Nov. 65 
5 July 72 

27 Apr. 68 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

12 Apr. 69 

29 Dec. 65 

30 Dec. 65 
r4 Apr. 69 

5 July 72 

6 Feb. 66 
1 Apr. 66 
1 Apr. 66 



5 July 72 

2 Nov. 66 
1 Apr. 66 

24 Apr. 72 
9 Apr. 68 
:•: June i'.j 
8 June 69 

8 June 69 

9 June 69 
9 June 69 
9 June 69 
9 June 69 
9 June 69 
9 June 69 
13 June 69 

4 Apr. 66 
27 June 69 
27 June 69 

7 July 69 

3 Oct. 70 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 ' 

24 Apr. 66 

Apr. 70 
Feb. 73 



10 Aug. 
5 July 
1 May 

28 Julv 



5 July 
5 July 



1 May 
6 May 
S Sept. 
9 Aug. 
-, Aug. 
:o Sept. 
5 July 
15 May 
5 July 



WHEN 
PLACED 01T 
HALE PAT. 



3 June 74 



6 July 70 
22 May 66 



16 Jan. 75 
[6 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
t6 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
[6 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
20 Jan. 75 
10 Jan. 75 
:o Jan. 75 
20 Jan. 75 
23 Jan. 75 

3 Feb. 75 

3 F cb. 75 

6 Feb. 75 

7 Feb. 75 

7 Feb. 75 

20 Feb. 75 
23 Feb. 75 

23 Feb. 75 

24 Feb. 75 

24 Feb. 75 

25 Feb. 75 

26 Feb. 75 
2 Mar. 75 

2 Mar. 75 

3 Mar. 75 
3 Mar. 75 

8 Mar. 75 
10 Mar. 75 
io Mar. 75 
•4 Mar. 75 
|i Mar. 75 
31 Mar. 75 

1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 

1 Apr. 75 

2 Apr. 75 

3 Apr. 75 

4 Apr. 75 

4 Apr. 75 
A Apr. 75 
28 Apr. 75 
28 Apr. 75 
28 Apr. 75 
28 Apr. 75 

28 Apr. 75 

3 May 75 

12 May 75 

13 May 75 

5 June 75 
8 June 75 
8 June 75 
8 June 75 

8 June 75 

9 June 75 
9 June 75 
9 June 75 
9 June 75 

June 75 
9 June 75 

13 June 75 

23 June 75 

27 June 75 
27 June 75 

7 July 75 
7 July 75 

21 July 75 

24 July 75 
24 July 75 
24 July 75 

29 July ,s 

31 July 75 

4 Aug. 75 

7 Aug. 75 

10 Aug. 75 
21 Aug. 75 
23 Aug. 75 

1 Sept. 75 
1 Sept. 75 

8 Sept.75 
8 Sept.75 

11 Sept.75 

14 Sept.75 30 Oct. 69 

15 Sept.75; 
18 Sept.75 
20 Sept.75 
20 Sept.75 

20 Sept.75! 

21 Sept.75 j 

22 SeDt.75 
22 Sept. 7; 
E 2 



31 July 75 



68 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Henry Fred. Winchelsea Ely, Major, 99 Foot 

William Benjamin Browne, Major, Si Foot 

Henry Brackenburv, Major, Royal Artillery 

John S. Stirling-. Lt.CoL, Royal Artillery 

Edward Fred. Chadwick, Major, 33 F 

Edward Harnett, Lt.Col. 7 Dragoon Guards 

William Booth, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Frank Horsley, Lt.Col. Madras Stan' Corps 

Robert J. L. Crutchley, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Philip Harris, Lt.Col., Royal Marines 

Archibald Wybergh, Major, li. p. 63 Foot 

Henry Twisden Forbes, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Lancelot Henry Isacke, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Thomas Rose Ninimo, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps. 
Frank Barnard Foote, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps .. 
William Alex. Garden, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps .. 
Henry Thomas Oldfield, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Henry L. C. Bernard, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Henry Daniel Cloet^, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 

WUliam Gordon, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Tod Stuart, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Buttanshaw, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Forster F. R. Bishop, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 

Hugh C. Menzies.ii. Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Arthur T. Searle, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

William Lambert, Lt.Col. 88 Foot 



23 Nov. 49 26 June 52 9 Jiar. 00 23 i\ov. 09 
18 Aug. 46J27 May 48 27 July 57] 5 July 72 
13 May 53! 6 Nov. 54121 Sept. 55 !2 7 July 66 
11 Dec. 40 22 Aug. 55,27 Aug. 58 28 Apr. 68 



COBNET, 
2nd LIEUT. LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



22 June 49 
16 Aug. 42 



19 June 50 



6 June 54 
18 Apr. 45 

7 Apr. 56 

30 Nov. 5 



.y o uiic su ju xiu v . 31 

:oOct. 45 16 Feb. 49 
June 48 1 14 Oct. 51 
Dec. 50 1 Sept.52 
Nov. 49 11 Feb. 54 

23 Nov. 49 '26 June 5 



17 Nov. 57 15 May 66 
25 Jan. 54 17 June 66 

8 Aug. 66 J 1 Apr. 74 
4 Mar. 56 5 July 72 

4 Aug. 54 26 June 66 

5 Mar. 58 20 July 66 
12 Nov. 57 5 July 72 
io Nov. 61 20 Nov. 69 

9 Mar. 60(23 Nov. 69 



Dec. 49 ^ ^"e- ooi- 

Dec. 49,13 Nov. 53i IIC Dec - 6r ! ZI Dec- 6 9 

15 Nov. 53 11 Dec. 61(11 Dec. 69 

1 Sept. 54 11 Dec. 6: 

4 June 55 11 Dec. 6 

7 Sept. 5s 11 Dec 



11 Dec. 49 
11 Dec. 49 
11 Dec. 40 
11 Dec. 49 
11 Dec. 49 



, y jo Sept. 55 
2 Dec. 49,16 May 51 
2 Dec. 49'n May 52 
2 Dec. 49I13 Aug. 52 
2 Dec. 49 1 3 Nov. 52 — 
2 Dec. 49! 15 May 53 ! i2 Dec. 6; 
Dec. 49 15 Nov. 5312 Dec. 6 



11 Dec. 6i 

12 Dec. 6i 
12 Dec. 6i 
12 Dec. 6i 

Dec. 6 



UC Richard Wadeson, Lt.Col. 75 Foot 

Son. E. A. B. Acheson, Capt. Sr Lt.Col. Coldst. Gds.. 
Wm. Robert Johnson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps .. 

William Jackson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Vincent Mathias, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
John Alex. Campbell, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Charles James Godfrey, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

William Playfair, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Thomas Shifmer, Major, 54 Foot 

Christopher Rowland Richardson, Lt.Col. 76 Foot.. 
William Lambert Yonge, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 
Thomas Ernest Britten, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

WUliam Hicks, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

James Smyth, Lt.Col. 69 Foot 

Henry Doveton Battye, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Charles Booth Brackenbury, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edwin Markham, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

H . C. A. F. Aldenburg-Bentinck, Capt. Sr Lt. Col. \ 

Coldstream Guards } 

Charles S. Corkran, Capt. <f- Lt.Col. Grenadier Grds. 
Henry Fitzroy Dakeyne, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

James Crawford, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Otway Francis Smithers, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Alexander Charles Hay, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

John William Orr, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

William Cadngan Mitchel, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C 

Melmoth Alaster D. Orchard, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Frederick Gadsden, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Richard Hussey Vivian, Major, 14 Foot 

Edmund Leach, Captain , 50 Foot 

57 £ George Vmcent Fosbery, Major, Bengal Staff C. 
Patrick Alexander Carnegy, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' C. 
Charles AVilliam Fletcher, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Charles Frederick Keavs, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C....J 
Charles Wm. Robert Chester, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff C. 
David M M. Crichton, Capt. $ Lieut Col. Gren. Gds. 

Richard Doyle Barrett, Major, 19 Foot 

Granville William Puget, Major, 34 Foot 

Henry Phillip Hawkes, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

William Winson, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps 

George John Da vies Heath, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

John Byron, Lt.Col. 10 Foot 

Raoul de Bourbel, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Frederick Smith Stanton, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Oswald Barton Feilden, Major, 78 Foot 

Charles Adolphus de Kantzow, Major, Bengal St C. 
Henry Pelham Close, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps .. 
Guy Anneslev I'reudergast, Lt.Col. Bengal Sta.ffC. 

Thomas Gaily Ross, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Fowler Xewmarch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. .. 

Thomas Eaton Swettenliam, Major, ;i Foot 

WUliam Hichens, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Christopher Barton, Lt.Col. 18 Hussars 

Robert Hawthorn, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Wellesley, Capt. <$■ Lt Col. Grenadier Guards 

William Henry Ralston, Major, 70 Foot 

Horace Searle Anderson, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C .. 

John Gordon Graham, Lt.Col. 1 Dragoons 

Charles Joseph M'Mahon, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

Edward Archibald Collins, Lt.Col. 26 Foot 

Richard T. Ansell. Lt.Col. Royal Marino Artillery .. 
R. B. D. Campbell, Capt. Sr Lt Col. Scots Fus. Gds.. 

Joseph William Hughes, Cajitain, S4 Foot 

AUeyne F. Fcnton Bloomfield,!*. Col. Madras Staff C 

William Blackett, Lt. Col. 61 Foot 

Lord Ralph Drnry Kerr, Lt.Col 10 Hussars 

George Romney Kawlinson, Lt.Col. 3 Dragoon Gds. 



Dec. 49 

Dec. 49 

— Dec. 49 

20 Dec. 49 



,- Dec. ,, 
.6 Feb. 44 
.9 Dec. 50 
26 Dec. 49 
29 Dec. 49 
25 Sept. 46 
Jan 



11 Dec. 69 
11 Dec. 69 
11 Dec. 69 

11 Dec. 69 

12 Dec. 69 
12 Dec. 69 
12 Dec. 69 
12 Dec. 69 
12 Dec. 69 
12 Dec. 69 
[2 Dec. 69 



Dec. 49 4 Aug. 55! I2 Dec. 6* .*. 
:6 Aug. 54 8 Dec. 54 27 Nov. 57 19 June 72 
2 June 57 19 Sept.57 9 Dec. 64 17 July 72 

16 May 6523 Oct. 67J 

28 Oct. 54(30 Aug. 60 20 Dec. 69 

1 Nov. 53*20 Dec. 61 20 Dec. 69 
9 Aug. 54 1 20 Dec. 61 '20 Dec. 69 

4y 17 July 55 20 Dec. 61,20 Dec. 69 
20 Dec. 4931 Jan. 56 20 Dec. 61 ~~ t^" «' 
20 Dec. 49 1 Apr. 56 20 Dec. 61 
13 Dec. 5o|i5Feb. 56 

23 Dec. 4524 Sept.55 

2 Sept.52 17 Nov. 57 

24 Mar. 56(26 Dec. 61 
23 Nov. 56 29 Dec. 61 
12 Sept.48| 6 June 54 

, u 21 June 54 27 June 57 

19 Dec. 50 27 Sept.52 ;i7 Nov. 57 
:gDec. 50 22 Oct. 52:17 Nov. 57 

8 Sept.65'25 Dec. 67 

25 Jan. 65' 13 June 68 

20 Jan. 50^7 Mar. 54^0 Jan. 62 20 Jan. 70 
20 Jan. 50(30 Nov. 5420 Jau. 62 20 Jan. 70 

-'-- Jan. 62 20 Jan. 70 



Dec. 69 
20 Dec. 69 
27 July 66 

14 Aug. 66 

5 July 72 
26 Dec. 69 

15 Aug. 68 
9 May 68 

6 Dec. 66 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 



I WHEX 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



19 Oct. 

21 Oct. 
23 Oct. 

29 Oct. 
2 Nov. 
17 Nov. 

17 Nov. 

20 Nov. 
23 Nov. 

30 Nov. 
1 Dec. 
1 Dec. 
1 Dec. 
1 Dec. 
1 Dec. 

-1 Dec. 
11 Dec. 
[i Dec. 
i2 Dec. 
C2 Dec. 
c2 Dec. 
c2 Dec. 
i2 Dec. 
[2 Dec. 
i2 Dec. 
[8 Dec. 
[8 Dec. 

18 Dec. 
>o Dec. 
>o Dec. 
>o Dec. 
20 Dec. 
20 Dec. 
20 Dec. 

22 Dec. 

23 Dec. 
23 Dec. 
26 Dec. 
29 Dec. 

5 Jan. 

7 Jan. 
[5 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
rg Jan. 



™i6Julj „ 

20 Jan. 50^3 Nov. 56(20 Jan. 62J2oJan. 70 
(20 Jan. 50(23 Nov. 5620 Jan. 62 20 Jan. 70 

: Jan. 50 14 Atg. 54(21 Jan. 62 21 Jan. 70 
: Jan. 50 17 Dec. 55 21 Jan. 62 21 Jan. 70 

21 Jan. 50 23 Nov. 56.21 Jan. 62 21 Jan. 70 
17 Aug. 52 6 June 54! 9 Jan. 57 21 Aug. 66 

' ■ 21 Aug. 66 
13 Sept.66 

16 Feb. 70 
20 Feb. 70 
20 Feb. 70 
20 Feb. 70 

28 Sept. 66 

2 Oct. 66 
15 Aug. 68 

3 Mar. 70 
3 Mar. 70 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
2 Oct. 66 

18 Dec. 66 
1 Mar. 67 

17 May 69 
>o Mar. 70 
25 Mar. 70 
>3 Mar. 67 

5 July 72 
[4 Aug. 67 
5 July 72 



3 Nov. 54! 9 Feb. 5512 Apr. 64 
! 20 Jan. 521 1 July 57(20 Jan. 64 

16 Feb. 50 9 Jan. 55 16 Feb. 62 
20 Feb. 50! 5 June 53 20 Feb. 62 
20 Feb. 5o'3i July 5620 Fcli. 62 
20 Feb. 50(23 Nov. 56,20 Feb. 62 
31 May 59'i6 June 61 8 May 67 
14 Apr. 46, 9 Apr. 48 29 Dec. 54 
14 Apr. 4 8| 1 Feb. 50(29 Dec. 54 

3 Mar. 50 15 Nov. 53 3 Mar. 62 
3 Mar. 50 10 June 53 3 Mar. 62 

3 Mar 50 23 Juno 53, 3 Mar. 62 

13 Feb. 52(14 June 54 22 June 58 

14 June 50 23 Jan. 55 27 Aug. 58 
9 Dec. 50] 1 May 55 27 Aug. 58 

17 Sept.5015 July 53;2s Nov. 55 

4 Sept. 53 '23 Nov. 56 
oDec. 50 15 Nov. 53 

collar, 50 10 Oct. 51 
20 Mar. 50 27 Feb. 56 

5 Mar. 50 12 June 54 
8 Feb. 53 
3 Aug. 55 
5 Sept.57 

7 Feb. 54 
.6 May 6 = 
23 July 58 

8 Sept. 53 

5 Feb. 56 
7 Apr. 58 

6 June 54 
27 May 48 
10 May 64 
26 Sept. 56 
33 Nov. 56 -^ J 

Nov. 55 17 Dec. 58 5 July 72 



9 Sept. 51 
9 Dec. 50 
16 May 56 
19 June 50 

18 Dec. 57 
6 Apr. 50 

19 June 55 
11 June 53 
23 Jan. 52 
10 May 47 



Henry Broome Feilden, Major, 6 Foot . 

Edward Lempriere Earle, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 



1 Dec. 54 

5 May 50 
9 Dec. 54 
^4 Nov. 57 
29 Aug. 56 



4 Sept. 65 

4 Dec. 57 
jo July 59 
:o Mar. 62 
!5 Mar. 62 
t2 Feb. 58 
> 7 Aug. 58 

3 Feb. 60 
22 Sept. 58 

1 Aug. 68 
30 Mar. 60 17 Apr. 67 



19 Nov. 59 
q Feb. 58 
16 July 63 
2S Jan. 59 



15 June 58 23 Aug. 61 26 Mar. 73 
31 July 57 17 May 61 23 May 74 
I21 Sept.52 6 June 54 31 Aug. 55 8 June 67 
1 14 June 50 30 Oct. 55 27 Aug. 58 22 Apr. 68 



_ Jan. 70 

27 Mar. 72 

5 July 72 

....... oy 29 June 70 

. Sept. 58 5. July 72 

8 Doc. 66 

9 Dec. 62 20 Apr. 67 
May 62 25 May - 



20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
2< Jan. 

2t Jan. 
2 Feb. 

2 Feb. 
10 Feb. 

16 Feb. 
20 Feb. 

Feb. 
__ Feb. 

26 Feb. 

27 Feb. 
1 Mar. 

3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 

8 Mar. 
10 Mar. 
10 Max. 

17 Mar. 
20 Mar. 
20 Mar. 
20 Mar. 
20 Mar. 
25 Mar 
30 Mar. 

30 Ma r. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 

5 Apr. 

6 Apr. 
10 Apr. 
27 Apr. 

3 May 
3 May 
17 May 
.2 May 
25 May 
May 
May 

31 May 

9 June 
14 June 



Lieutenant Colonel*. 



69 



Hon. Raymond Harvey de Montmorency, Lt. Col. 32 P. 
Hugh Gordon Thomson, Lt.C'ol. Madras Staff Corps 
Frederick Lyon Playfair, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
George Vanbrugh Law, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Thomas Ross Church, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 

Richard Hillman Daniel, Lt.Col. 18 Foot 

David Butler Young, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 

p.s.c. William Arbuthnot, Lt.Col. 14 Hussars 

Henry Mack Nepean, Lt.Col. Madias Staff Corps ... 
Robert Dallas Campbell, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Windle Hill St. Hill, Captain, 19 Foot 

William Cabell, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Welman Helyar, Major, 16 Foot 

George Skene Hallowes, Lt.Col. 25 Foot 

Ron. P. S. Methuen, Capt. $ Lt.Col. Scots Fus. Gds ... 
Martin Fetrie, Major, h.p. 97 Foot 



Charles Frederick Amiel, Ma/o 
p.s.c. Oliver Henry A. Nicolls, Mi 
Mark Henrv llea.thcote, Major. V. 
Alfred Charles Forth, Lt.Col Mai 
Augustus Edmund Warren, Ma/<, 



CORNET, 

2ndLiEUT. 

Ol'ENSIGN, 



18 Aug. 5. 
14 June 50 
14 June 50 
14 June 50 

14 June 50 
13 Jury 55 

15 June 50 

25 Mar. 56 
15 June 50 

15 June 50 
12 Feb. 58 

26 June 50 
25 Nov. 48 

16 Feb. 49 



Apr. 4b 

Foot ii6May 45 

•, Royal Art. .':. 21 Dec. 53 
gal Staff Corps I20 Dec. 54 

8 Staff Corps ...J20 July 50 

49 5 Nov. 5 



11 Jan. 55 



29 Mar. 61125 Sept.69 



7 June 56 19 July 60 122 Feb. 70 



21 Dec. 56 
S May 53 

31 May 55 
23 Mar. 50 
8 Feb. 54 
5 June 59 
2 Sept. 53 

19 Jan. 55 

28 Jan. 62 

29 May 55 
23 July 52 

21 Oct. 51 

22 Nov. 64 
7 Jan. 48 

25 Sept.46 

20 June 54 

23 Nov. 56 



31 Oct. 60I14 June 70 



June 62 

14 June 62 
21 July 63 

15 June 62 
29 Nov. 64 
15 June 62 
15 June 62 

8 June 67 
26 June 62 



4 June 70 

4 June 7 
1 May 7 

5 Aug. 6 
5 Aug. 6 
5 June 70 
5 June 70 

June 67 
June 70 



26 Oct. 60 

21 May 52 
19 Aug 

19 Dec. 50 
24 Aug. 50 

22 Sept.54 
18 June 

12 Dec. 

13 May 53 



June 51 



Robert Bennett, Lt.Col. 46 Foot 17 Oct 

James Briggs, Major, 96 Foot 1 j Feb. 

ITCArthur Thomas Moure, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Cecil D' Urban La Touche, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Edmund Penrose B. Turner, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Robert F. Balfour, Capt. & Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards 
Charles G. Hardy, Capt. if- Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards 

Eaward Andrew Stuart, Lt.Col. 1 Foot 

Oriel Viveash Tanner, Lt. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Ralph Gore, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Clay, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Somerville George C. Hogge, Major, 66 Foot 

Hubert Le Cocq, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Philip Alex. A. Twynain, Lt.Col. 15 Foot 

John Sidney Hand, Lt.Col. 44 Foot 

Mis Royal Highness the Diikr of Connaught, KG. j 

KT. KP. GCMG. Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade )' 

Hon.Jj. P. Dawnay, Capt 4- Lt.Col. Coldstream Gds. 
Cecil John Hubbard, Capt. tf- Lt. Col. Grenadier Gds. 
Charles B. Reynardson, Capt. <f- Lt.Col. Gren. Gds. 
Charles Edward Torriano, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 

August Schmid, Major, 109 Foot I 

John Edwin Dickson Hill, lis Major, h.p. 63 Foot [13 Feb. 55 

Hew Lindsay Prendergast, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers: 9 Dec. 50 
William Ruffles Tucker, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ...113 June 51 

Frederick Lockwood Edridge, Major, 20 Foot 19 Feb. 55 

Edward Joseph R. Connolly, Lt.Col. R. Marines 

George Hubert Parker, Lt.Col. 92 Foot 

Edward Meurant, Major, 83 Foot 

George John Harcourt, Lt.Col. 102 Foot 

Edward Kent Jones, Major, 57 Foot 

Charles Frederick Gregorie, Major, 18 Foot 

Robert Alexander, Major, 20 Hussars 

George Charles Depree, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
George Bowen Cassau Simpson, LI. Col. Bengal S. C. 

Henry Roche Osborn, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Henry C. Simpson, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 

William Peyton, Lt.Col. Madras Stall Corps 

L. J. Oliphant, Capt. <f Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards ... 
Lawrence Henry Williams, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Eugene Clutterbuck Impey, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Wm. Cavendish B. Ryan, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Alfred llllis, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' Corps 

Alexander Wardrop, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
James Arthur Gayer, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 

Thomas Bell, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Stewart Fellows, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 



22 July 53 20 July 6: 
July 55 



to Mar. 58, 6 July 67 

10 Sept. sS 2T Aug. 69 

25 Dec. 68| 
5 May 54 13 July 67 
5 Mar. 58 10 Jan 
1 Apr. 6oj 5 July 72 

20 Dec. 66 20 Dec, 

July 70 



June 54 

Aug. 55; 21 May 5: 
29 July 50! 28 Aug. 55 29 July 6: 
29 July 50 -'j Nov. 5" . , .hi y i 
19 Dec. 50 



George Neshitt Stephens, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
George Ralph C. Westropp, LA. Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Gilbert James Pasley, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Thomas Edw. VanderGucht, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Brooke Rynd Chambers, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

James Vere Hunt, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Ferguson Sharpe, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. ... 
Philip Henry Farrell Han-is, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Henry Edward Mottet, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... 



6 Feb. 47 
1 Jan. 53 
o Nov. 48 
20 Jan. 50 



Dec. 52 i 7 Nov. 57 
9 Aug. 63 17 Feb. 69 
30 Dec. 64,17 Apr. 69 
11 Aug. 54 30 Mar. 58 
23 Nov. 56 1 19 Aug. 
22 Mar. si 14 .Ian. 
3 Aug. 53 [24 Aug. 62 
6 Sept. 58 
o Mar. 60 



Oct. 

12 Sept.55 
6 July 54 

18 Aug. 54 

19 June 6S 
10 Oct. 65 

6 Feb. 66 
10 .Inly bo 

20 May 53 



9 Aug. 55 



15 Apr. 56 

10 Aug. 55 

27 May 48 

14 Apr. 

7 May . . 

10 June 53 

21 Apr. 46 30 Nov. 49 

12 Feb. 55 j 30 June 55 

20 Dec. 481 10 Aug. 50 

9 Dec. 50 1 Jan. 56 

9 Dec. 50 1 Apr. 54 

9 Dec. 50 23 Nov. 56 

o Dec. 50)23 Nov. 56 

9 Dec. 50 23 Nov. 56 

17 Oc. 66 

10 Dec. 50 io Apr. 53 

10 Dec. 50 15 Nov. 53 

10 Dee. 50 21 Aug. 54 

10 Dec. 50 3 Oct. 54 

10 Dec. 50 1 Jan. 56 

10 Dec. 50 29 Mar. 56 1 10 Dec. 62 

10 Dec. 50 23 Nov. 56 1 10 Dec. 62 

10 Dec. 50^23 Nov. 56J 10 Dec. 62 

20 Dec. 50 15 Nov. 53, 20 Dec. 62 

20 Dec. 50:15 Nov. 53 20 Dec. 62 

20 Dec. 50 26 Apr. 54 20 Dec, 



27 Nov. 57 

16 Nov. 60 
1 May 7: 

25 Dec. 67 

17 Apr. 69 

18 Aug. 69 

22 Feb. 58 

30 July 62 
16 Jan. 63 
27 Aug. 

31 Aug. 59 
7 Aug. 57 

25 Feb. 5 S 
18 Sept.57 

26 Oct. 58 
15 Aug. 60 
29 Dec. 54 

4 Nov. 59 

23 Nov. 56 

27 Aug. 58 
9 Dec. 62 
9 Dec. 62 
9 Dec. 62 
9 Dec. 62 

29 Dec. 69 
10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. 62 



20 Dec. 50 
20 Dec. 50 
20 Dec. 50 
20 Dec. 50 
20 Dec. 50 
20 Dec. 50 



9 Aug. 54 20 Dec. 62 
10 Mar. 55 20 Dec. 62 

6 Sept. 56 20 Dec. 62 
23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 62 
23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 62 
23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 62 



:3 July 67 
:S Oct. 68 
:o July 67 
:g July 70 
19 July 70 
5 July 



22 Feb. 

19 Aug. 70 
5 July 72 
24 Aug. 70 

14 Aug. 67 
5 July 72 

30 Sept. 68 

15 Aug. 68 
7 Aug. 75 



5 July 72 
21 Aug. 67 
21 Aug. 67 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

3 Sept.67 
5 July 72 

15 Dec. 69 
14 Sept.67 

4 Jan. 71 
25 Sept.67 

8 Oct. 67 
7 Dec. 67 
:8 June 68 

9 Dec. 70 
9 Dec. 70 
9 Dec. 70 
9 Dec. 70 



14 June 76 
14 June 76 
14 Jun-3 76 
14 June 76 
14 June 76 

14 June 76 

15 June 76 
15 June 76 
15 June 76 
15 June 76 
24 June 76 

26 June 76 
13 July 76 
15 July 70 
15 July 75 
19 July 76 
19 July 76 
19 July 76 

19 July 76 

20 July 76 

23 July 76 
July 76 

29 July 76 
29 July 76 
29 July 76 
i Aug. 76 
2 Aug. 76 

2 Aug. 76 

4 Aug. 76 
9 Aug. 76 

3 Aug. 76 

24 Aug. 76 
1 Sept. 76 
1 Sept. 76 
6 Sept. 76 

6 Sept. 76 

27 Sept. 76 

7 Sept.76 

27 Sept.76 
7 Sept.76 
1 Oct. 76 

6 Oct. 76 

7 Oct. 76 
7 Oct. 76 

7 Oct. 76 

8 Oct. 76 

5 Oct. 76 

28 Oct. 76 

4 Nov. 76 
1 Nov. 76 
1 Nov. 76 

24 Nov. 76 
26 Nov. 76 

9 Dec. 76 
9 Dec. 76 
9 Dec. 76 
9 Dec. 76 
9 Dec. 76 
9 Dec. 76 
oDcc. 76! 
o Dec. 76 
o Dec. 76 

o Dec. 70 10 Dec. 76 

o Dec. 70' 10 Dec. 76 

10 Dec. 70I10 Dec. 76 

10 Dec. 70 10 Dec. 76 

10 Dec. 70 10 Dec. 

20 Dec. 70 20 Dec. 76 

20 Dec. 70,20 Dec. 76 

20 Dec. 70 20 Dec. 76 

Dec. 70 20 Dec. 76 

Dec. 70 20 Dec. 76 

Dec. 70 20 Dec. 76 

20 Dec. 70 20 Dec 

20 Dec. 70^20 Dec. 76 

20 Dec. 7020 Dec. 76 



10 Dec. 70 
10 Dec. 70 
10 Dec. 70 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALE PAT. 



31 Aug. 72 



7° War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

> Lt. Colonel Dawkins served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 19th July 1855 with the Coldstream Guards 
including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor sth 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). ' 

2 Lt. Colonel Byrne served with the 2nd Battalion of the Royals at the siege of Sebastopol from 22nd April to 29th 
M »y 1855, and was wounded in the Trenches (Medal with Clasp, Brevet LtX'olonel, 5th Class of the Mediidie and 
Turkish Medal). 

3 Lt.Colonel Sibthorp served with the 1st Battalion 60th Rifles during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was 
present at the second siege operations at Mooltan, including the siege and stomi of the town ^covering the advance 
of the storming parties), and capture of the citadel ; afterwards at the battle of Goojerat, the pursuit of the Seikh 
Army, and the expulsion of the Anghan force beyond the Khyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Succeeded to the 
command of the Companies of the 60th Rifles that were engaged against the Hill Tribes in the expedition to the 
Euzofzye Country on the nth Dec, and also on the 14th Dec. 1S49 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 97th Regt. 
at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 20th May 1855, and was with the ladder party at the assault on the Redan 
on the 8th Sept.— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Lesion 
of Honor, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Lt.Colonel Drummond Hay served in the Persian war in 1857, including the night attack and battle of Kooshab, 
as Brigade Major (Brevet Major, Medal with Clasp), and bombardment of Mohumrah. Served in Bengal in the 
several actions leading to and ending in the relief of the Residency at Lucknow and its subsequent defence; served 
with Outram's force at Alumbagh, including the repulse of the numerous attacks and operations ending in the final 
capture of Lucknow; the Rohilcund campaign in 1858 and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt. 
Colonel, and a year's service for Lucknow). 

6 Lt.Colonel Hunt served with the 79th Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 up to the 24th September 
1855, including the battle of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, assaults of the iSth June and Sth September, and 
expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Lt.Colonel Maclean served with the 49th Begt. throughout the war with China (Medal), and was present at the 
first taking of Chusan, storm and capture of the heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture 
of Chusan, attack and capture of the heights of Chinhae, occupation of Ningpo and repulse of the night attack, 
attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo. 

9 Lt.Colonel Faussett served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 44th Regiment, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 18th June ; he 
was Brigade Major in the 3rd Division from 23rd April 1855 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

10 Lt.Colonel Aytoun served in the Southern Mahratta campaign of 1844-45, including the siege and capture of 
the forts of Punella, Pownghur, Monohur, and Munsuntosh. Served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1858-59, 
including the pursuit of Tantia Topee, actions with Bheels, siege of Dwarka, and action of Somnassa (Medal). 

12 Lt.Colonel West landed in the Crimea with the 48th Regt. on the 21st April 1855, and served at the siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

13 Lt.Colonel Steward served with the 41st Regt. in the Eastern campaign up to 19th Oct. 1854, including the 
battle of Alma, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

15 Lt.Colonel E.Maude served as a Volunteer in the campaign of 1844-45 in the Southern Mahratta Country. 
Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege operations before Mooltan, attack of the suburbs, storm and 
capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress"(Medal with Clasp). Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the 
storm and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjoon, night attack and battle of Kooshab 
(Medal with Clasp). Served in the Bheel campaign of 1857-58^1 the Ahmednuggur and Khandeish districts, and 
commanded a detachment of his Regt. in the skirmish of Bheelwarrah. Served in the Indian mutiny campaign 
during the operations in Central India, including the actions of Rajghur, Mongrowlee, Sindwaho (mentioned in 
despatches), and Kurai, with subsequent pursuit "of the rebels (Medal). 

16 Lt.Colonel Hackett served with the 3 8th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 27th Jan. 1855 (Medal 
with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

18 Lt.Colonel Kennion served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and 
Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Siege of Delhi in 1857, slightly wounded on the iSth July, and severely wounded 
through left arm and chest on 6th August (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasrr). 

19 Lt.Colonel Hayman served with the 18th Royal Irish on the China expedition in 1842 (Medal). Accompanied 
the subsequent expedition under General D'Aguilar, which assaulted and took the Forts of the Bocca Tigris in the 
Canton River, those of the Staked Barrier, and of the city of Canton. Served also in the Burmese war of 1852-53, in- 
cluding the operations before Rangoon and capture of Prome (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served in the Crimea 
from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was wounded iSth June 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of^Major. Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal) . 

20 Sir George Pocock served with the 30th Regt. in the Crimea from the 20th June to Oct. 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and was severely wounded at the assault of the Redan on the Sth Sept. (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Major, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

22 Lt.Colonel Paget served in India in 1857-59, and was present with Malcolm's Field Force at the defeat of a body 
of rebels near Nurgoond, storm and occupation of the Petah and capture of the Fort of Nurgoond, and defeat of 
Tantia Topee at Chupra Burode (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

23 Lt.Colonel Sargent served with the iSth Royal Irish on the China expedition (Medal), and was present at 
Woosung, Shanghai, Chin Kiang Foo, and Nankin. Was subsequently Aide de Camp to Sir John Davis in China for 
three years, and acting Aide de Camp to General D'Aguilar during the expedition which assaulted and took the Forts 
of the Bocca Tigris in the Canton River ; received a severe contusion on the head, and was favourably recommended 
by Sir John Davis to Lord Palmerston for his services on this occasion. Was appointed Adjutant of the 18th at the 
storming of Rangoon on Lieut, and Adjutant Doran being killed, and served throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53 
(Medal). 

27 Lt.Colonel Hay-Boyd served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, affair of 18th June, and capture of Kinbourn (Medal with four Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

28 Lt.Colonel Vacher served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, with the 33rd Regiment in the campaign 
of 1854 until November, when he was appointed Assistant Engineer, right attack, and served in the Trenches until 
February 1855, when he was transferred to the General Staff, and held the appointment of D.A.Q.M. General at 
Head Quarters during the remainder of the war, and present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of tho Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

30 Lt.Colonel Cooch served with the 62nd Regt. in the Crimea from 13th Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol and the sorties of 5th 9th and 10th May, attack of the Quarries on 8th June, and of the Redan 
on 18th June and Sth Sept. Appointed Town Major of Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services during 
the siege and final assault (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

32 Lt.Colonel M'Donnell served throughout tho Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal), during which he commanded seve- 
ral successful skirmishing parties. Led the successful attack under Sir George Berkeley against a large body of 
Kaffirs posted in one of their strongest positions at the Sohoto Mountain, where they treacherously murdered 
Major Baker and four other officers two days previously. Was present in the action with and defeat of the insur- 
gent Boers at Boem Plaats 29th Aug. 1348, 'and on Major Armstrong being severely wounded he commanded the 
Capo M. Riflemen during the latter part of the engagement. 

M Lt.Colonel Bovill served with a detachment of 30 of the Ceylon Hides, which defeated tho insurgents in the 
first and second attack on Kornegallc on the 30th and 31st July, during the suppression of the rebellion in the Kan- 
dian Provinces in 1H4S. 

34 Lt.Colonel Walker-Myln served with tho Rifle Brigade in the Crimea from the 26th January 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Modal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served also during the Indian mutiny (Medal). 



War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 



35 Lt.Colonel Craufurd served in the Crimea from May 1855 with the siege train at the siege and fall of Sevas- 
topol, and bombardment of 17th June; was also with the Kertch expedition (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

36 Lt.Colonel G. A. Mihnan served in the Crimean campaign, Dec. 1854 to July 1855,111 the Trenches with the 
siege train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th Juno (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

33 Lt.Colonel C. E. Burt served in the Crimean campaign- from March to September 1355, in the Trenches with 
the siege train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of qth April and 6th and 17th June (Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Modal). 

40 Lt.Colonel the Hon. C. W. St. Clair served with the 57th Begt. in the Crimean campaign from 23rd Sept. 
1S54, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkermau (horse shot under him), siege of Sebastopol, and attack on 
the Redan, 18th June — severely wounded; acted as Assistant Adjutant General to the Forces on the Bosphorus, 
Dardanelles, &c, from July 1855 to Aug. 1856 (Medal witli three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals). Served in the New Zealand war in 1861, and acted as Assistant Military Secretary and Aide do Camp to 
Sir Duncan Cameron in New Zealand in 1862 (Medal). 

41 Lt.Colonel Gilluni served with the 2nd Battalion Royals in the Crimea from the 22nd April 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was severely wounded at the attack of the 8th September— leg amputated (Medal 
with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

43 Lt.Colonel J. H.Rockc served with the cud Queen's Royals in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Served with 
the 18th Royal Irish in the New Zealand war of 1^3-^6 ; commanded a Wing of the 2nd Battalion at the affairs at 
Nukumaru on 25th and 26th Jan. 1S65 (mentioned in despatches) ; and commanded the 2nd Battalion at the capture 
Of the Putahi Pah on the 7th Jan. 1S66 (mentioned in general orders, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

49 Lt.Colonel Alex. J. J. Macdonald served in the 95th Regt. in the Eastern campaign up to 6th Nov. 1854, includ- 
ing the battle of Alma (wounded), siege of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th October, and battle of Inkerman, where he was 
dangerously wounded, having received seventeen bayonet stabs (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals). 

51 Lt.Colonel Brown served in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the capture of Pegu and its subsequent 
defence (wounded), and was brought to the notice of the Governor General for able conduct when in command of a 
Picket during the siege ; also present at the attack on Gongoo and in other minor affairs, and commanded the De- 
tachment which engaged the enemy on 31st Jan. 1S54 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Persian campaign m 1857, and 
commanded Suppers at the bombardment and capture of Mohumrah and subsequent pursuit (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1S57-5S in command of Madras Sappers, including relief of Arungabad 
and Mhow, siege and capture of Dhar, I be several a, i a : - bet re Mundo-oiv, Goora\ ia. relief of Neeimich, disarming 
of Holkar's Troops at Indore, siege and capture of Batghur, siege and capture of ( turrakotah, forcing pass into 
Bundlecund (with Advance Guard), battle of Mhddenpore, siege and capture of the Fort of Jhansi, including the 
battle of Baitwa and taking the town by escalade -commanded and led the ladder-party of right-centre attack ; 
action of Koonch, Gagortee, when attacked, capture of the town and Fort of Calpee (Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp). 

52 Lt.Colonel Hon. E. J. W. Forester served throughout the campaigns in Afghanistan from 1S3S to 1842 inclusive, 
including the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal), storiniiiL' the Khoord Cabool Pass, affair of Tezeen, forcing 
the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khad, del' nc- of Jollalahud, and sorties on the 14th Nov. and 
1st Dec. 1S41, nth March 24th March and 1st April 1-4.-. general action ;ind defeat of Akbar Khan before Jellalabad 

(Medal), storming the heights of .lugdulluck, general :■<■■ : '!'.■■ ". a ml recapture of Cabool (Medal). Served 

as an Aide de Camp to Sir Willougliliy Cotton in 1838, 39, and ; , and at Ghuznee. 

63 Lt.Colonel Burnside served with the 61st Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1S48-49 ; present at the passage 
of the Chenab, and in the battles of Sadoolapore, < 'hill ian wallah, and Goojerat^ and with the Field Force in pursuit 
of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1849 (Medal with two Clasps). Served as Brigade Major to the 3rd 
Infantry Brigade at the siege assault and capture of Delhi (severely wounded), and repidse of the sortie of the 
9th July 1857— wounded (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

55 Lt.Colonel D.L. Colthurst served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from the 7th Feb. to 24th July, 
including the siege of Sebastopol, and a.-.-; bt ..: 1 1 Redan on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

57 Lt.Colonel Kemp served with the 2nd Bengal Fusiliers at the siege and capture of Delhi in 1857, and was 
severely wounded in two places when commanding four Companies on outlying picket (Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp). 

58 Lt.Colonel Turnbull served as Aide de Camp to Sir H. Barnard, to Major General Reed, and to Sir A. Wilson, 
during the siege, assault, and capture of Delhi ; in the action of Budlekeserai, and all the min or engagements 
(thanked by Governor General in Council, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

59 Lt.Colonel Mansfield served as Aide de Camp to Sir Colin Campbell throughout the Eastern campaign of 
l8 54"55. including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign as Aide de Camp to Sir 
William Mansfield, and was present in the actions of the 25th 27th and 28th Nov. under General Windham in the 
vicinity of Cawnpore, and at the battle thereof on the 6th Dec. 1857, at which he was severely wounded (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

61 Lt.Colonel K. R. Maitlan'd served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and early part of 1855 with the 79th Highlanders, 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siego of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 
Served in the Indian campaign of 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, attack on the Fort of 
Rooyah, actions of Allygunge, Barcilly, and Shalijehanpore, capture of Forts Bunniar and Mahomdie, passage of 
the Gogra at Fyzabad, capture of Rampore Russia, and subsequent operations in Oude across the Gogra and 
Raptee rivers (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). Served with the Sikkim Field Force in 1861 (mentioned 
in despatches). 

64 Lt.Colonel S winfen served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 5th Dragoon Guards, including tho battle 
of Balaklava (wounded) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

65 Lt.Colonel W. H. Kerr served in the Indian campaign and commanded the Left Wing 13th Light Infantry m a 
general action at Amorah on 17th April 1S5S, also on 25th April he commanded 150 men in an action before the same 
place; on 29th April commanded the Left Wing 13th Light Infantry at the attack and capture of the Fort of Nuggur ; 
and on gth June at the attack of tho rebels' position at Amorah ; and was at Hurriah when attacked by tho rebels 
on 29th August (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

65 Lt.Colonel Welman commanded a Detachment or the Soth Regiment embarked in the private schooner Ariel, 
at the capture by surprise of tho piratical schooner Hannah in a harbour off the Mercury Islands on the 26th Oct. 
1843, for which he received the thanks of the Governor of New Zealand, and the approbation ol' the Duke of Wel- 
lington. Ho served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 as Adjutant of the 80th, including the battles of Moodkce, 
Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (Medal with two Clasps). 

e ~ Lt.Colonel Rhodes served the campaign of 185 1 and the Bpring campaign ofi8s4 on the Danube as Aide do Camp 
to the Spanish General Prim, was present at the battle of Oltenitza. Subsequently was attached to Selim Pacha's 
Staff and accompanied the Turkish Inv-ular i'avalr\ in lb:- ■:. •■■ !'"' ■ f" ' ' the Quarantine Station; present 

intheTetede Pont when the Russians unsuccessful! v ntiaeke I and bo-abarded that position, retiring with loss ; was 
also at the retreat of the Russians from Griergevo and Slobodsia in 1854. For tne above-mentioned services he has 
received the Spanish Order 1 if Isabel the 1 'at In ■in-, also the Turkish Order of the Medjidie 4th Class, with a Sword of 
Honor from the Sultan. Served the campaign of 1S54 on the Staff of the Army in the Crimea, and was present at 
the battles of Balaklava. and ink, nun : ■ d ■ lege of Sebastopol (Medal with throe Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

68 Lt.Colonel Cotton served ae \ 6 < ampt 1 Sir Sydney Cotton comma idi g the Peshawur Division in the sup- 
pression of the Indian, mutinj from] c. 1857 to its termination. A! '■-■■■' •■■ '' ■ condition onthe Euzofzie 
border under the same General in 1 - :. anil wa- present at the dest met a ft Idn alee, also at the destruction d 
Mungultanah, a stronghold of Mokiirrabkleaiis "li the Mahabund Mom i" ; n. . id> ■ oie ul 1\ at. I lie de-t rina ion o| 
Satanah, and at the taking of the Stockade belonging to the Hindostanee Fanatics on the heights above-mentioned 
in despatches (Medal with < 'lasp). 

6 9 Lt.Colonel Rico served with the 7-nd Highlanders in the Crimea from 16th July 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served at the siege and capture of Kotah, and was 



72 War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

present with the leading Column of assault on 30th March 1858, subsequently throughout the operations in Central 
India and pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Rao Sahib in 1858-59, and action of Oodeypore a* 
Staff Officer to Brigadier Parke (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

70 Lt.Colonel R. H. Rocke served in the China war of i860, and was engaged in the actions of the 12th and 74th 
August (Medal with Clasp for Pekin). 

71 Lt.Colonel Blackett served with the Rifle Brigade the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 26th July 1855 ; and 
commanded a ladder-party at the attack of the Redan on the iSth June and was dangerously wounded — left leg 
amputated (Medal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

72 Lt. -Colonel Dowson served with the 29th Regiment throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the 
affair of Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

73 Lt.Colonel A. E. A. Ellis served with the 33rd Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from Jan. to 24th May 1855 ; 
then as Aide de Camp to Major General Cunynghame at Kertch and elsewhere (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian ami 
Turkish Medals). 

74 Lt. Colonel Jerome served with the 19th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including operatiors 
against the rebel tribes in Goojerat, storm and capture of Chundairee— led the storming party, siege and capture 
of Jhansi, where under a murderous fire he assisted in securing Ensign Secoal, who was severely wounded — 
mentioned in despatches ; also present at the action of Koonch and at the various engagements before Calpee - 
severely and dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Victoria 
Cross) . Served in the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes" on the Black 
Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

75 Lt.Colonel Buller served with the 57th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was very severely 
wounded in the Trenches before Sebastopol, and again whilst being carried back to the camp (Medal with Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal). 

77 Lt.Colonel Ross King served with the 74th Highlanders throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal), and wr.s 
present in the engagements of the Amatolas, Kroomie, Waterkloof, &c. — thrice honourably mentioned in despatches , 
also in General Orders 20th Sept. 1852. 

79 Lt.Colonel Orme served with the 3rd Light Dragoons during the Sutlej campaign of 1848-49, and was present 
at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, at which last he was severely wounded in the arm (Medal and ono 
Clasp) . 

81 Lt.Colonel T. S. P. Field served in the Kaffir war of 1851-52 (Medal) . Served in India in 1858 and was present, 
with the Central India Field Force at the attack and capture of Fort Lahorie, attack on Koonch, and capture of 
Calpee (mentioned in despatch, Medal) . 

82 Lt.Colonel Charles Steel served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 29th July'1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

83 Lt.Colonel Stackpoole served with the iSth Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp 
for Pegu). Also in the Crimea from 30th December 1854 to nth April 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

84 Lt.Colonel L. Hook served with the 9th Regiment throughout the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan (Medal), 
under Sir George Pollock, and was present at the forcing of the Khyber Pass, storming of Mamookail, storming 
the Heights of Jugdulluck, affair in the Tezeen Valley,|stormingof the Tezeenand Huft Kotul Mountains, occupation 
of Cabool, expedition into Kohistan, storm capture and destruction of Istaliff. He served as Adjutant of the g'.h 
Regiment the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah (horse shot 
under him), and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). 

86 Lt.Colonel F. W. Gregory served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 44th Regiment, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack ami occupation of the Cemetery on the iSth June 
(Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . Served also in the campaign of i860 in the 
north of China, including the action of Sinho, storm and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet 
of Major). 

87 Lt.Colonel H. F. Brooke landed with the 48th Regiment in the Crimea on the 21st April 1855, and served at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). Served throughout the campaign of i860 in 
China, as Aide de Camp to Sir Robert Napier, and was present at the actions of Sinho and Tangku, the assault 
of the Taku Forts (severely wounded), and the final advance on and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major, Medal 
with two Clasps). 

88 Lt.Colonel de Ruvignes served with the Soth Regt. in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp for 
Pegu) ; was present at the capture of Prome, and repulse of the enemy's night attack. Served with the force 
which escorted elephants from India across the Gonin Tonug Mountains, and in pursuit of the "Woozeer Morning 
bliera Morning's force, resulting in the destruction and capture of the entrenched position of Tonesh. 

89 Lt.Colonel G. Longley served with the local rank of Captain in the Turkish Contingent Engineers in 1855-56 
(Turkish Medal) . Served with the Expeditionary force in China in 1857-59, and was present at the capture of Canton, 
affair at the White Cloud Mountains, capture of Namtow, attack on the Peiho forts — dangerously wounded (mentioned ' 
in despatches on all the above occasions, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

92 Lt.Colonel G. Gaynor served the campaign of 1845 against the Hill tribes in Soi^d under Sir Charles Napier. 
Also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the action of Ramnuggur, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillian- 
wallah, and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps) . 

95 Lt.Colonel Sidebottom-Venner served with the Buffs at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp). 

96 Lt.Colonel C. Johnston served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. (Medal). 

97 Lt.Colonel D. Robinson served with the 72nd Highlanders in the Crimea from 13th June 1S55, including the ex- 
pedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

98 Lt.Colonel A. H. Cass served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the 17th April 1855, including 
the capture of Tchorgaun, battle of Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

99 Lt.Colonel E. Le Pelley served with the 75th Regt. during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, from the outbreak 
on 12th May, including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege storm and capture of Delhi, pursuit of the enemy and 
actions of Bolundshuhur, Allyghur, Acrabad, Agra, Kanoj, advance into Oude and affairs of Maragunge and Aluin- 
bagh, occupation after the relief of Lucknow of the fortified outposts and camp with Outram's Force, and repulse of 
the enemy's attacks (Medal with Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

101 Lt.Colonel W. H. Earle served with the 17th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from 16th Dec. 1854 to 7th Feb. 1S55, 
including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

102 Lt.Colonel Maycock served the Eastern campaign of i854inthe 47thRegiment, including the battles of the 
Alm a (wounded) and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of the 26th October (Medal with two Clasps, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

103 Lt.Colonel Redder served with the 39th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from the 31st Dec. 1854 to the 29th July 
1855, including the siege of Sebastopol and assault of the Redan on the iSth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). 

105 Lt.Colonel A. Saltmarshe served with the loth Regiment in New Zealand during the war of 1863-65, and was 
severely wounded at Pukikohe (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). Served also during the 
Indian mutiny in 1S57-58 (Medal). 

106 Lt.Colonel If. R. Russell landed in the Crimea on 12th Sept. 1855, and was afterwards present with the 57th Regt. 
at the bombardment and capture of Kinbourn (Crimean and Turkish Medals). Served with the Column under 
Colonel Warre on the Taptee river in co-operation with the Central India Field Force in 1S58. Also served through 
the New Zealand war of 1863-66, including the action of Katikara, capture of the Maori positions of Ahu Abu, 
Kitake, and Te Poru, operations in the Warea district, and several minor affairs. On the Staff from 20th Jan. 1865 
to 16th Aug. 1866; mentioned in despatches by Sir Duncan Cameron as "deserving of the highest praise," more- 
over repeatedly mentioned in despatches, also thanked in district orders (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

107 Lt.Colonel Cleevc served as Adjutant of the 51st Light Infantry throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53 ; on board 
the E. I.C. steam-frigate Verooz during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on the Rangoon 
River ; served during the succeeding three days' operations in the vicinity (including the storming of the White House 
Redoubt), storm and capture of Rangoon, arid repulse of the night attack on Prome (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). 

108 Lt.Colonel Wm. Mosse serveil with the 26th Cameronians in Abyssinia in 1868 (Medal). 



War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 73-83 

109 Lt. Colonel Irby served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Crimea from 5th Dec. 1854 to 20th March 1855, in- 
cluding the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in India from 12th Aug. 1857 
until the end of the rebellion, including the defence of the Alumbagh, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defence of 
the Alumbagh under Outram, siege and fall of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps, and a year's service). 

110 Lt. Colonel A. Green served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the buttle of 
Cawnpore on 6th December 1857, operations in the Doab, siege and capture of Lucknow, action of Nawabgunge, 
and commanded the Detachment of Riflemen with Sir R. Barker's Column at Jamo— dangerously wounded, fourteen 
sabre cuts and one gun-shot wound, left arm and right thumb amputated. Mentioned in Lord Clyde's despatch tor 
marked gallantry, and thanked by the Governor General in Council (Medal with ( lasp, and Brevet of Major). 

111 Lt. Colonel Scott served with the 42nd Highlanders throughout the Knsiern campaign of 1854-55, including the 

battles of Alma and Halaklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale, sic: < and Si bastopol (Medal v. it li three 

Clasps, 5th Class of Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of 1 '-' 5 7 58 against the mutineers 111 
India, including the actions at Cawnpore (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat, Khuibigimj, Shumsabad, siege and fall of 
Lucknow and assault of the Martiuiere and Hanks' Bungalow, attack on the Fort of Rooyah, action at Allygunge, 
attack and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). Embarked for the Gold Coast with, the 42nd Highlanders and 
served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1074. Wm present at the battle of Amoaful ; commanded 
the Reghnpnt at the capture and destruction of Becquah (mentioned in Sir A. Alison's report to Sir 1 tarnt I Wolseley 
as having had the particular direction of the withdrawal of the Rer.r Guard), battle of Ordahsu (.slight wound of 
the head) and capture of Coomassie, and with the 42nd formed the Rear 1 luard during the burning of the city, and 
on every day's march until the arrival of the Forces at the Adansi Hills (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, CI1., Medal with Clasp). 

113 Lt. Colonel Goldsworthy served in Oudc with the Volunteer Cavalry of Havelock's column in 1857, and was 
present at the actions of Oonao and Busseerutgunje, and recapture of Busseerutgunje ; for these services he received 
a Commission in the 8th Hussars. Served in Ra'jpootana and Central India, on the staff and with the Sth Hussars 
throughout the campaign of 1858 so, including the siege of Kotah, lvoccupation of Chondeyrei.', battle of Kotah ke 
Serai (as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Smith), capture of Gwalior (as Aide de Camp to Sir Hugh Rose), siege and 
capture of Powrie, actions of Koondrye and Boordah as Brigade Major in the Etajpootana Field Force, which ap- 
pointment he held from the fall of Gwalior in June 1858 to the end of the war (six times mentioned in despatch -, 
Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major on attaining the rank of Captain). Served throughout the Abyssinian 
Expedition on the Staff as Brigade Major of Cavalry, and was present at the taking of Magdala (twice mentioned 
in despatches, Medal, and promoted to Major unattached without purchase). 

111 Lt.Colonel Siree served .with the 33rd Regt. in the Eastern campaign in 1854, and was severely wounded 
while carrying the colours at the battle of Alma (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

115 Lt.Colonel O. T. Burne served in the Crimea with the 20th Regt. suhseouent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 
14th March 1856. Also in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-58 as Adjutant of the 20th Regiment and also Bri- 
gade Major on the Staff of Brigadier Evelegh, and was present at the netw - ..!'("u mda, Uineerporc, and Sulta.npore^ 
siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Mohan, Meangunge, Poorwali. II u.-suugungc, Morar Mow, Fort of 
Simree, Fort Churda and Fort Musjeedia, Muchleegaon, Kaber Jungh-. !■' .-1 1' 1 n-aha, and final operations in 
Oude in 1859 (several times mentioned in despatches, promoted to an Unattached Company, and Brevet of Major 
for services in the field, Medal with Clasp). Appointed in 1861 Military Secretary to Lord Strathnairn. Commander 
in Chief in India, Accompanied Lord Strathnairn to England in 1865, and remained on his Stall' when Com- 
mander of the Forces in Ireland. Present during the Fenian disturbances of 1866-67 (received the thanks of the 
authorities in Ireland). Proceeded to India, in 1868 with the late Earl of Mayo, Viceroy and Governor General, 
and served with him as Private Secretary until his assassination in 187: (received the thanks of Government for 
his services, promoted to an Unattached Majority, and appointed a ( 'SI.). 

116 Lt.Colonel W. J. Brook served with the 30th Regiment in the Crimea from Sth September 1855, as D.A.Q.M.G. 
4th Division (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

118 Lt.Colonel Clayhills served with the 93rd Highlanders in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle 
of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the Redan on the Sth Sept. (Medal with two Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). 

119 Lt.Colonel Farmstead served with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the 
destruction of the stockades in the Rangoon River, capture of Rangi .011 and Prome, and the greater part of the opera- 
tions against, Myattoon, in the Donabew district, (Medal with Clasn for Pegu). 

120 Lt.Colonel Tupper served with the 38th Regt. throughout the'Kastern campaign of 1S54-55, inclndingthe battles 
of Alma, Inkerman, attack and capture of the Cemetery 18th June, siege and fall of Sebastopol (.Medal with three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 8th Regt. at the outbreak of the Indian mutiny in 1857,— field service 
in the Punjaub (Medal) . 

121 Lt.Colonel J. Dawson served in the India-.; campaign in 1858-59, and commanded a detachment in a night 
affair with the rebels near the River Goomteo on the 15th December 1X^8 (Medal). Served with the 6th Regt, in the 
Kaffir war of 7846-47 ; also throughout that of 1850-53 (Medal), including the operations on the Fish River, Amatolas, 
and both the Trans-Kei expeditions, on the latter of which as Acting Vd.jutaiit, 

123 Lt.Colonel D. R. Barnes served in a Local Battalion in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal), was present in several 
engagements, and accompanied the expedition into the Tambookie country. Also served in the Orange River Sove- 
reignty from Aug. 1S51 to July 1852 with the Detachment 45th Foot under Captain Parish. 

125 Lt.Colonel B. H. Heathcote served with the 48th Regiment in the Crimea from the 21st April 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

126 Lt.Colonel E. D. Smith served with the 95th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie 011 .nth Oct. -wounded in the head in the Trenches 17th Oct. (Medal 
with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in 1858 at the siege and capture of Awah and Kotah, battle of Kola. 
ka Serai, general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior, and recapture of the fortress of Chandarce in May 
(Medal with Clasp). 

127 Lt.Colonel Wybergh served with the 63rd Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Halaklava, expedition to Kertch, siege assaults and fall of Sebastopol, bombardment and 
capture of Kinbourn (Medal with three Clasps, 5th class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

128 Lt.Colonel J. E. D. Hill served with the 97th Regt. in the Crimea from the 29th July 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and was one of the lieutenants of the ladder party at the attack of the Redan on Sth Sept., on 
which occasion he was wounded in the left hip, and mentioned in despatches for " distinguished conduct" (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



§4 



Majors. 



COBIfET, 

2nd lieut. 

OrENSIGX. 



] WHEX 
'PLACED OX 
HALF PAT. 



$3 William Homy Hartnian, 1 Captain, Unattached 9 Jul 3' 63 2S Mar. 05 30 Oct. 12 22 July 30 16 Feb. 44 

George Montagu, Captain, Unattached 8 Dec. 14131 Oct. 22 22 Oct. 25 28 June 38; 3June42 

John Buckley Castieau, 3 Captain, half pay, Royal Marines 22 Sept.68113 Apr. 24:10 July 37 10 Nov. 40! 

John Kenneth Mackenzie, 4 Captain, Unattached 16 Dec. 31(16 Sept. 36 23 Apr. 42 20 June 54, 12 Jan. 55 

William Chas., Viscount Avonniore, 5 Captain, h.p. R. Artillery 11 Jan. 43 14 Apr. 44 16 July 5012 Dec. 54 1 Apr. 61 

Francis Morley, 3fa/or, 3 Foot 13 May 55 1 SeDt.55 10 June 62 7 Dec. 67I 

William Henrv Newport, Captain, Bombay Staff Corps 7 Dec. 55 1 4 Oct. 57 7 Dec. 67, 8 Dec. 67 

Wilham Dickinson, 30 CSI. Major, h.p. Bombay Staff Corps ... 18 Jan. 48 5 Dec. 54 J 18 Feb. 61 iS Jan. 68 19 Sept. 72 

Philip M'Pherson, 12 Major, h.p. 17 Foot 

i*€ Henry George Browne, 37 Major, h.p. 100 Foot 

Alfred Templeman, Major, 21 Foot 

Robert Law, Captain, Unatt. Staff Officer of Pensioners 

Edward St. John Griffiths, 15 Major, h.p. 19 Foot 

George F. Macdonald, Captain, h.p. 16 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Richard Lacy, Major, 59 Foot 

James Hudson, Major, S4 Foot.. 



MarcusWyllyDela PoerBeresford,Ca;^.h.p. 49F.,S.O.Pensioners 

p.s.c. Arthur Henry Wavell, Major, 41 Foot 

Charles James Mounsey. Major, 71 Foot 

Francis John Bolton, 38 Major, h.p. 12 Foot 

Robert William Bland Hunt, Captain, Royal Marines 

Thomas Picklon Turbervill, Captain, h.p. Royal Artillery 

Augustus Nicholas Wilson, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Arthur Robert MacDonnell, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Chrystie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hemy Le Guay Geary, Major, Roj-al Artillery 

Frederick Thomas Bainbridge, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .. 

Wilham Lawrence Twentyman, Captain, 19 Hussars 

TJC Charles Augustus Goodfellow, Major, Royal Engineers 
George Arbuthnot, Major, Royal ArtUler3 T 



Brabazon Henry Pottinger, Major, Royal Artillery 

Adam George Forbes Hogs'. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles Matthew Griffith," J/w joi; Bombay Staff Corps 

Humphre.y M. Lamont Colquhoun, Major, 77 Foot 

Thomas Hollintrworth Clarkson, Major, 20 Foot 

Julian Wakefield, Major, 83 Foot 

Francis George C. Probart, Major, 9 Foot 

William Lloyd Browne, Major, 5 Lancers 

James Hare, Major, 22 Foot 



27 Oct. 46 
31 Aug. s5 

26 Mar. 52 
8 Feb. 40 

27 Oct. 54 
May 40 

ii Mar. 42 

3 Nov. 54 
24 Feb. 43 

14 Dec. 54 
20 Sept.53 

4 Sept.57 

19 Sept. 48 
16 Dec. 46 

15 May 52 
23 Oct. 54 
11 June 53 

28 Feb. 

20 Jan. 
1 1 Mar. 59 

8 June 55 



:oMar. 48(24 Feb. 54131 Jan. 68,27 May 
15 Oct. 50! 1 June 58 ' 1 Feb. 68 23 Dec. 68 

4 Mar. 53 2 Feb. 55 15 Feb. 68 
27 July 42 5 May 54 17 Mar. 68 

9 Mar. 55 24 July 57 iS Apr. 
25 Aug. 43 6 June 5419 Apr. 
27 Sept.44 6 June 54 23 Apr. 

9 Feb. 55 25 June 58 25 Apr. 



2 Dec. 57 

4 Jan. 54 

3 June 54 
8 Aug. 54 
1 Sept. 5: 

22 Apr. 53 
8 Nov. 53 

5 Nov. 55 
7 Mar. 54 



Henry H. Godwin-Austen, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 26 Dec. 



Richard Edward Derby Ness, Major, h.p. 3 AVest India Regt. 

Wilham Clutterbuck, Major, 56 Foot 

Campbell Clark, Major, 104 Foot 

James Whittaker Barnes, Major, 73 Foot 

c. Morton Robert Eden, 32 Major, h.p. 56 Foot 

James Browne Horner Boj-dj Major, 1 7 Foot 

Henry James Degacher, Major, 24 Foot 

James Gunter, Major, 1 Dragoon Guards 

Edward William Cuming, Major, 70 Foot 

Arthur Mark Shewell, J/o/or,'Bombay Staff Corps 

Wilham Chaine, Major, 4 Hussars : 

p.s.c. Wilham Walli'ngford Knollys, Major, 93 Foot ' 

p.s.c. Henry Lock, Major, 108 Foot 

Thomas O'Neill, Major, h.p. Madras Staff Corps 

William Tweedie, Captain, Beneal Staff Corps 

Wilham Dahymple Tompson, Major, 17 Foot 

Lenox Prend'ergast. 3 '' Major, h.p. 2 Dragoons 

John William Fry, Captain, S3 Foot 

Julius Drake Brockman, Captain, 86 Foot 

Cuthbert Eccles, Major, 4 Foot • 

Charles James Hughes, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Albert H. Godfrey, Maj. h.p. Depot Batt.Adj. 4 Lancashire Militia 

Edward Tanner, Major, 8 Foot .' 

p.s.c. Henrv Alexander Little, Captain, Bengal StaffCorps 

Wm.Clive Justice, 41 Ma jor, h.p. Depot Batt. Military Secretary \ 

to the Commander in Chief, Bombay ) 

Hemy Latham Brownrigg, Major, 84 Foot 

John Hard>', Major, 9 Lancers. 

Francis John MacFarlane, 42 Major, h.p. 3 Dragoon Guards ... 
Sir Win. Geo. Herbert Taylor Fairfax, Bart.* 3 Major, h.p. 15 F. 
p.s.c. Arthur Saunders Quill, Major, h.p. Royal Canadian) 

Rifles, Assistant Military Secretary, Nova Scotia ) 

Edward Arthur Gore. Major, 6 Dragoons 

George M. Billington, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Henry Hamilton Pratt, Captain, h.p. 94 Foot.S. O. of Pensioners 

Alfred Goodlad Daubeny, Major, 7 Foot 

Henry Charles Evans, 41 Major, h.p. 38 Foot 

Walter Raymond Nolan, Major, h p. 17 Lancers 

Andrew Smythe Montague Browne. Major, 2 Dragoons 

Courtenay Harvey Saltren Scott, Major, Bengal StaffCorps... 

James Galbraith. Major, 66 Foot 

William Edward Brown. 2Iajor, 13 Foot 

Thomas Fraser Dixon, Major, 39 Foot 

William Molesworth Cole Acton, 44 Captain, h.p. 77 Foot, ^ 

Iteeruitini) <)[];<■< r at Inrrrness > 

William Watts Corban, Major, 49 Foot 

William Davits Shipley, Major, 40 Foot 

Thos. Hind Woodall, Copt. h.p. 57 F. Staff Officer of Pensioner 

<•. Albert Krncst Koss, Major, 5 Foot 

p.s.c. William lb my Knight,*? Major, h.p. 4 S Foot, Garrison j 

Instructor, Portsmouth " Jf 



25 Mar. 62 

3 Apr. 46 
9 Dec. 44 

5 Nov. 47 
19. May 46 
22 Nov. 50 
22 Feb. 55 
iS Feb. 53 

4 July 46 
13 Dec. 56 

19 Dec. 56 
22 Oct, 

20 Feb. 47 
20 Jan. 49 

20 Jan. 57 
15 Oct. 52 

11 Mar 
25 May 55 
10 Aug. 55 

9 July 5: 

15 May 5: 

8 Feb. 50 
30 Nov. 55 

16 Mar. 55 
10 Dec. 

25 May 55 

26 Feb. 58 

6 Jan. 43 

21 Nov. 51 

1 Nov. 51 

5 Aug. 58 
30 Apr. 55 

15 Juno 44 
,3 Nov. 52 

2 Apr. 53 

9 Jan. 55 
8 Nov. 53 

7 Aug. 52 

12 Dec. 5 
10 Apr. 49 

oApr. 49 
7 Sept. 50 

2 July 50 

3 Mar. 48 
18 Apr. 51 

22 Dec. 46 
3 Oct. 48 



ig Dec. 44 
9 Mar. 5 

29 Dec. 54 
9 Nov. 58 

13 Mar. 5: 
23 Nov. 47 
29 Sept.54 

22 Dec. 
3 Apr. 56 
1 Apr. 5 

23 Nov. 56 
16 Oct. 60 
27 Apr. 58 

24 Sept.5 

27 Aug. 5 
21 Apr. 57 
23 Nov. 56 

29 Dec. 54 

14 Aug. 

20 July __ 

21 Sept.54 

1 May - 

23 May 55 
12 Oct. 54 

9 Oct. 63 
3 Oct. 48 

15 Aug. 47 

6 July 49 
21 Aug. 49 

28 Oct. 53 
21 Sept. 55 

21 Nov. 56 
31 Mar. 48 

2 Sept.57 

June 57 
5 Nov. 50 

2 Mar. 4S 

3 Aug. 54 

30 Apr. 58 

3 Mar. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

28 Dee. 55 

4 Sept.57 

1 Aug. 54 

5 Jan. 54 
4 Apr. 51 

7 Dec. 57 

29 May 57 
o July 55 

7 Nov. 57 
3 May 59 

24 Oct. 45 

22 Dec. 54 

31 Aug. 55 
June 60 

26 Dec. 56 

9 Nov. 46 

8 Sept. 54 

2 Feb. 55 
10 Apr. 57 

6 Mar. 55 
8 Dec. 54 
6 June 54 

26 Dec. 51 
10 Feb. 52 

2 Apr. 52 

3 Feb. 54 
20 Aug. 49 

6 June 54 
28 Dec. 49 
2 Aug. 50 



6 June 54, 1 May 
1 June 60 1 3 June 
4 Mar. 59 20 June 68 

21 Sept.6o[ 8 July " 

22 Nov. 59 1 Aug. 
20 June 54 2 Aug. 

9 Mar. 60 15 Aug. 68 



15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
5 Aug 



1 Apr. 6 
30 Sept.61 
12 May 62 
20 Jan. 64 
29 Mar. 64 

2 Sept. 64 

10 Dec. 64J15 Aug 
14 Sept.65 15 Aug, 

4 Jan. 66ii5Aug.68 
8 June 66, 15 Aug. 68 

17 July 57 2 Sept. 68 

8 Apr. 59 j 2 Sept. 68 
6 Jan. 6oj 16 Sept. 68 

29 Feb. 56 30 Sept. 68 

11 Mar. 62 12 Oct. 68 

9 Sept. 55 (2s Oct. 68 
29 Oct. 58 1 18 Nov. 68 

5 Sept.67|i8 Nov. 68 
4 Aug. 54 ( 22 Nov. 68 

28 Nov. 59 2S Nov. 68 
22 Sept. 54 1 29 Nov. 68 
22 Sept.54 2 Dec. 
22 June 55 



2 Dec. 68 
2 Dec. 68 
2 Dec. 68 
: 4 Dec. 68 
4 Dec. 68 



Oct. 
21 Oct. 59 
8 Oct. 54 

13 Dec. 68 

5 May 60*23 Dec. 

6 Nov. 54 '27 Dec. 68 
16 Feh. 60 1 1 Jan. 69 
18 Feb. 61 1 20 Jan. 69 
20 Jan. 69 21 Jan. 69 

14 Dec. 55 23 Jan. 69 
13 June $6, 3 Feb. 69 

29 Feb. 63! 3 Feb. 69 

30 Mar. 66| 3 Feb. 69 
8 Jan. 56,27 Feb. 69: 
1 Apr. 59^3 Mar. 69! 
1 May 58 24 Mar. 69 
4 Sept. 60 24 Mar. 69 
4 Oct. 68 31 Mar. 69 



22 Mar. 76 



8 July 68 
25 Sept. 69 



22 Apr. 59 
5 Apr. 64 
3 Dec. 6 



1 Apr. 69 
5 May 69 

9 May 69 
July 55 ' 29 May 69 
Nov. 59j2q May 69 
17 May 61 29 May 
9 Apr. 64 29 May 69 
9 Mar. 61 12 June 69 
9 Dec. 54 14 June 69 
30 Nov. 55 23 June 69 
25 June sS'23 June 69 
22 Apr. 59^3 June 69 
24 Dec. 58130 June 69 

5 Aug. 59 1 S July 69 
29 Feb. 56 18 Aug. 69 
29 Dec. 54 14 Sept. 69 
29 Dec. 54 20 Sept. 69 

29 Dec. 54 24 Oct. 69 
29 Dec. 54 28 Oct. 69 
13 Apr. 58 10 Nov. 69 
29 Dec. 54 15 Nov. 69 

6 Jan. 57 24 Nov. 69 
15 May 55 1 Dec. 69 



7 May 7c 



Mar. 72 



June 69 



14 Mar. 69 



Apr. 69 



29 May 69 
29 May 69 
29 May 69 



7 May 70 
2 Aug. 74 



5 Oct. 58 



Majors. 



85 



Henry Edward Glass, Major, 37 Foot 

John Frver, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

William Henry Mackesy, Major, Bengal Stan" Corps 

p.s.c. Graham Hay, Major, ^ Foot 

Charles Tatham Hitchins, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Maunsell Mark Prendergast. Major, Bengal Staff Co a.. 

Charles Vanrenen Conway-Gordon, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

p.s.c. Philip Doyne Vigors, Major, 19 Fun-,, 

Charles Thomas Otway Mayne, Major, Liem_'.i1 .': 

John Edmund Harvey, O^.h.p. 41 F. Staff Officer of Pensioners 

Philip Percival, Captain, 79 Foot 

Thomas Edward Green, 40 Major, h.p. Military Train 

John Holmes Houston Gammcll, Major. 54 Foot 

George Hamilton Tweinlow, Major, 80 Foot 

James Fox Bland, Major, h.p. 76 Foot 

Daniel Antoine Baby, ts Major, h.p. Military Train 

Henry Wallace Stroud, Major, 30 Foot 

p.s.c. Benjamin Aylett Branfill, Major, h.p. So Foot 

p.s.c. Frederick J. Hutchison, 50 Major, h.p. 64 Foot, fiarnwwi ) 

Instructor, Devonport i 

Edward D'Heillimor Fairtlough, Major. 40 Foot 

Horatio Nelson Kippen, Major, h.p. 12 Foot 

James Gumming Clarke, Major, h.p. 76 Foot 

p.s.c. Richard Harbord, Major, h.p. 7 F. Garrison Iio-.tr. at Cork.. 

Harry Clayton Haj ae, Zftpor, h.p. n Foot 

fiugh Mackenzie, Major, h.p. 15 Foot, Secretary and} 

Adjutant, V. M ',l-.-,y A ;'",„ ' f 

AllenNoble Adams,'-' Major, h.p. zo Foot 

Whiteford John Bell/' 1 Major, h.p. 93 Foot 

George Sullivan/ Major, h.p. 109 Foot 

James Duncan/' 7 Major, h.p. 19 Hussars, i'or.J/Wer. Edinburgh 
George Silvester Davies, 58 Major, halfpay, 1 !a-\ I , I 
William Henry Paul.. Major, h.p. Depot Bate. Adj. ■■ Cinshin Mil 

Matthew Tiliord/'MZWer, h.p. 60 Rifles , 

Ralph Edward Carr, Major, 36 Foot 

Frederick Bagnell, Major, 12 Foot 

Walter John Tartc', Major, h.p. Depot Battalion, > 

Adjutant 1st Warifick Hijle Volunteers )' 

James Lof'tus Winniett Nuun," Major, h.p. 80 Foot 

p.s.c. William Kidston Elles, Major, 38 Foot 

Edmond John Lemoyne Twynam, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Gibbs, Major, h.p. 2 Foot 

Daniel Thompson,' Major, h.p. 67 Foot 

Francis Browulow, Major, 72 Foot 

George Hewish Adams, Major, 86 Foot 

George Strachan Mignon, Major, \: .-. :'. -p.- 

Charles Milligan, 03 Ma jor, h.p. ;o Foot 

Sydenham Malthus, Major, 94 Foot 

John Murray, Major, 94 Foot 

Herbert Chambers M Donald, Major, 108 Foot 

Grainville Waddilove, Major, 47 Foot 

Joseph Noble Beasley, Major, 87 Foot 

Thomas Hawkins Turner, Major, Bombay Stain '1 rps 

Richard B. Lloyd, Major, 36 Foot 

Henry Edward Watson, Major, 22 Foot 

Hector Barlow Vaughau, 01 Major, h.p. 20 Foot 

William Grogan Graves, Major, 82 Foot 

p.s.c. Henry Thomas Butler, Major, 13 Hussars 

Robert Thomas P. Cuthbert, Major, 15 Foot 

John Richard Harvey, Major, 25 Foot 

Edmund John Scove'll, Major, 96 Foot 

James Francis Birch, Captain, h.p." 3 W.T.R., S.O. of Pensioners 
WilUam John Macknight Crawl'urd, Major, 24 Foot 

Charles Hudson, Captain, 10 Foot 

William Richard White, Captain, 56 Foot 

James Browne, Captain, Royal Kiiginoer.-i 

James Durham Dundas, Major, 60 Rifles 

Francis Vernon Northey, Major, 60 Rifles 

Charles Edward Morgan, 65 .Major, h.p. 67 Foot .... 

Henry Cowell, Major, 27 Foot 

William Hamilton Richards, Major, 55 Foot 

Thomas Wakefield, Major. Madras Staff Corps 

Halford Fellowes, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Gramie Grant, Major, 17 Foot 

Charles Peter Hunter, Major, Bengal BtaffCorps . 

John Gillespie, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Phaire, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Henry Castell, Major, Bombay Staff Corps... 
Seafield Falkland Murray Treasure ( I rant, Major, \ 
Henry Seymour Robinson, Major, Madras Staff Cot 
Lionel H. Planta DeHochepied Larpcnt, M < . ; B 
Alexander Howe Bramloy, Major, Beiural Staff Cor 
Frederick Macnaghten Armstrong, M.j ,-. I; -ayal , 
WilUam Moore Lane, Major, Madra- Staff c, rp.-. .. 
Thomas Boone Everest Tcnnant, Ma.: ,-. M idras St 
William Thomas Mills, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
Lester Horatio Sibthorpe, Major. Bombay Stali'Coi 
Archibald Edwards Campbell, '/■'■■ ,-, B ■■ 

Francis Charles Hill, Major, 56 Foot 

Stanley de Astel Calvert Clarke, Major, 4 Hnssars 

Henry Burmester Pulleine, Major, 24 Foot 

Henry Crosby Barry Barnett, Major. Madras Staff Corps. 




7 Se,,C- 

8 Feb. 62 



4 May 
[9 July 



CAPTAIN. 



31 May 64 
" 5 Apr. 64 
6 Dec. 59 
16 Feb. 55 
27 May 60 



majo: 



4 Dec. 
15 Dec. 
4 Jan. 
3 Feb. 
6 Feb. 



t Oct. 



47 17 
44 



_- May 46 16 Nov. 55 
a Dec. 46 14 Oct. 51 15 Feb. 56 
28 Feb. 45) 1 Aug. 48 17 July 57 
19 Mar. 43 18 Aug. 47 18 Sept. 57 
5 Apr. 46 10 Dec. 47! 9 Oct. 57 
Dec. 48 9 May 51129 Nov. 57 



20 Oct. 48 
iS Apr. 45 
28 Mar. 45 
22 Dec. 46 
28 Aug. 46 
30 Apr. 47 
27 June 45 
13 Nov. 46 
9 Jan. 49 
S Nov. 54 



19 Oct. 50, 8 Jan. 58 

20 Apr. 49] 9 Jan. 58 
4 June 47| 15 Jan. 58 

11 Apr. 51I 2 Feb. 58 
7 June 50 26 Feb. 58 
20 June 51 9 Mar. 58 



3 Sept. 47 10 Mar. 58 
2 5 Mar. 49 23 July 58 
31 Oct. 51 4 May 59 
iwv. S4 10 Apr. 57(28 Oct. 59 
Oct. 53 26 June 55 3 July 60 
4 May 52 27 June 54! 2 July 6 



a Mar. 70 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. , 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 7.: 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 

1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 
3 Apr. 7° 



31 May 55 17 Mar. 57^8 Oct. 64 

13 Feb. 52 10 June 53 25 Jan. 56 j ^.^. ,^ 
20 Oct. 46 8 Aug. 49 8 Jan. 581 9 Apr. 70 

5 July 55 J 3 July 58J27 Sept. 61 11 Apr. 70 
29 Oct. 47 22 Feb. 50 27 Nov. 57 27 Apr. 

6 June 54 ' 2 Feb. 55^3 June 58! 7 May ,0 
20 Aug. 51 2 May 54 j 4 Nov. 60 [ 16 May 70 

23 Nov. 40 17 June 51 24 Oct. 56 18 May 70 
11 July 45 16 Apr. 47 : 3oNov. ss'^S May 70 

8 Sept. 54 22 June 55' 19 Aug. 62 28 May 70 

14 Apr. 46^5 July 51 125 Jan. 56 8 June -~ 
4 Feb. 53 '30 June 54 10 Nov. 60 13 June /u 

11 June 52(11 Nov. 53I26 June 55.22 June 70 

24 Jan. 52 11 Aug. 54(30 Mar. 63(29 June 70 
17 Jan. 51 21 July 54 19 Nov. 58 6 July 70 
2i Jan. 5013 July 52(30 July 62} 8 July 70 
23 Nov. 52J 8 Dec. 54, 19 Feb. 58.13 July 70 
17 Aug. 52 24 June 53 22 Dec. 60 20 July 70 

12 June 52 27 Apr. 58^18 Feb. 61 25 July 70 
17 Aug. 52 9 Mar. 55! 4 June 58,27 July 70 

7 Dec. 52 9 Nov. 55 25 Jan. 59 27 July 70 
-- 8 Dec. 5426 Mar. 58 10 Aug. 70 

23 Nov. 55 23 Aug. 64I17 Aug. 70 
27 May 62 21 Nov. 65(17 Aug. 70 
13 Feb. 55 24 Aug. 58 27 Aug. 70 

24 July 52 12 Dec. 59 1 3 Sept. 70 
30 Apr. 581 7 Oct. 59(14 Sept. 70 
30 Dec. 42 1 6 Apr. 55 15 Sept. 70 

9 Feb. ss 23 Oct. 6o| 1 Oct 

25 Jan. 55 1 May 55)10 Oct. ,„ 
30 Nov. 60 1 Apr. 70J 12 Oct. 70 
27 Aug. 58; 1 July 70 5 Nov. 70 
23 Mar. 55 22 June 58 1 12 Nov. 70 
27 July 55:18 May 60 12 Nov. 70 
30 Oct. 57,22 Nov. 62 1 Nov. 70 
13 Apr. 52 1 Oct. 58 7 Dec. 70 
15 Sept. 54 1 June 55 14 Dec. 70 

5 July 54 11 Jan. 63 n Jan. 7- 
>3 Nov. 56 11 Jan. 63 11 Jan. 7 
8 Dec. 54 30 Jan. 59(14 Jan. 7 
~ Apr. 53 20 Jan. 63:20 Jan. 7 



; - Hi e. 

16 Mar. 55 
2 Mar. 60 

14 July 54 
9 Mar. 49 

25 Mar. 56 
7 Jan. 42 

25 Aug. 54 



5 Dec. 56 

11 Dec. 57 
3 Mar. 54 

22 Mar. 55 
25 Mar. 56 

12 Jan. 49 
14 May 53 
11 Jan. 51 
11 Jan. 51 
28 Oct. 53 
20 Jan. 51 [ 
20 Jan. 51 
:o Jan. 51 1 



'Corps 



„ Jan. 54 20 Jan. 63 2 
31 Jan. 54 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7 
1 j Mar. 55 20 Jan. 6320 Jan. 7 
Jan. 51I 5 Oct. 55 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7 
Jan. 5112S Dec. 55 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7: 
Jan. 51J2S Feb. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7: 
Jan. 51 23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7: 
Jan. 51 '23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7: 
Jan. 5^23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7: 
>3 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7: 
>3 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 7 j 
>3 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 71 
6 June 57 20 Jan. 1 : io Jan. ; 
:S Aug. 54 16 .Mar. I 1 25 Jan. 71 
15 Jan. 5C 



120 Jan. 51 
20 Jan. 51 
20 Jan. 51 

20 Jan. 51 

21 Oct. 53 
3 Aug. 55 

16 Nov. 55 
10 Feb. 51 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



21 Aug. 66 
1 Apr. 70 



7 June 70 
1 Apr. 70 

21 June 70 
30 Sept. 70 

26 Apr. 70 
7 June 70 
6 May 70 
6 May 70 
23 Sept. 70 
1 1 Nov. 70 
17 May 70 
4 Nov. 70 
26 Aug. 70 
1 Apr. 70 

1 Apr. 70 

2 Sept. 70 



11 Apr. 70 

10 May 71 



2 May 75 
2 Nov. 70 



31 Oct. 71 



4 June 58' 15 Nov. 61 .< Feb. 71 
29 Jan. 54!ioFeb. 63(10 Feb. 71 



S6 



Major, 



William George Ward, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

George Carr Hodding, Major, Madras Stair Corps 

Philip Harrison LeGeyt, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Thomas James Watson, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edgar Gardner, Major, h.p. 2 West India Regiment 

Henry George White, Major, 1 Foot 

Wm. Barwell Browne Barwell, Major, 52 Foot 

Horace Montagu, Major, 3 Hussars 

Mansfeldt George Smith, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Archibald Hammond Utterson, Major, 17 Foot 

Norman Macdonald, Major, 5 Foot 

Charles Jocelyn Cecil Siilery, Major, 12 Foot 

Augustus Joseph Sykes, Major. 4 Foot 

Francis John Hcrcy, Major, 2 Foot 

Richard Henry Brooke, Captain, h.p. Ceylon Rifles, Staff" > 

Officer of Pensioners' $ 

John Malone Sexton, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

George Toddingtou Osborn, Major, n Foot 

Charles Wm. St. John, Captain, h.p. 94 F. Staff Officer of Pens. 

Thomas Maubourg Bailie, Major, 52 Foot 

Robert Henry Cuuliffe, Major, Madras Staff Corps , 

Robert Russell Woodhouse, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

William Siddons Young, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Cecil David James Dodd, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

Willoughby Charles Stanley Clarke, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Hugh Watson, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Richard Smith Grey, Major, Madras StaffCorps. 
Henry Vaughan, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 



COKNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



10 Feb. 51116 May 54 
10 Feb. 51*23 Nov. 56 
20 Feb. 51 3 Oct. 56 



James Houlbrooke Drummond, Major, Bombay StaffCorps .. 

Thomas Walter Rutherfurd, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Willoughby Henry Garton, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

John Snand Douglas Bolton, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

Evelyn Medows Norie, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

James Stanhope Patrick Clarke, Major, 59 Foot 

p.s.c. UffiAylmer Spicer Cameron, 2Iajor, 25 Foot 

p.s.c. Thomas Erskino Arthur Hall, Major, h.p. 49 F. Deputy \ 

Adjutant General, Bombay j' 

James Nicholas Colthurst, Major, 6 Foot 

Thomas Rennie Stevenson, Major, 87 Foot 

Arthur Hare Vincent, Major, 3 Hussars 

Hon. Charles James Fox-Powys, Major, 69 Foot 

William Dutton Naper, Major, 11 Foot 

Henry Parnell, Major, 3 Foot '23 May 5 

Edmund Charles Domville, Capt.h. p. Royal Marines.S.O. of Pens " 

George Cadogan Thomson, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Thomas Dennehy, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

William Taylor Come, Major, 11 Foot 

Malcolm John Robert Mac'Gregor, Major, 18 Foot 

Marcus L. M'Causland, Major, 11 Foot 



10 Feb. 63 10 Feb. 71 
10 Feb. 63 10 Feb. 71 
20 Feb. 63 20 Feb. 7: 
Feb. 51I23 Nov. 56)20 Feb. 63)20 Feb. 7: 
18 Jan. 61 25 Mar. 62 9 Nov. 66! 19 Mar. 71 
30 Dec. 53 29 Dec. 54 1 30 Mar. 58)25 Mar. 71 
20 Apr. 60126 Feb. 64] 1 May 67^5 Mar. 71 

13 Feb. 5519 June 57 5 Aug. 59) s Apr. 7 j 
10 Apr. 51I 5 Apr. 55 10 Apr. 63 10 Apr. 71 
25 Aug. 54 1 9 Mar. 55 25 May 60,15 Apr. 7 i 

14 May 52 24 June 53^7 July 5530 Apr. 71 



WHEN 
PLACED 0!f 
HALF PAY. 



23 Dec. 71 



21 Jan. 53 21 Sept. 54 
17 Aug. 52 15 Sept,54 
28 Oct. 53 27 Oct. 54 
15 Jan. 47; 13 Sept. 51 
5 Nov. 54 ; 9 Mar. 55 



9 Sept.551 1 May 71 
1 Feb. 56! 3 May 71 
9 Nov. 55 J 10 May 71 
10 Aug. 55! 11 May 71 
13 Sept.6i]2o May 71 



Dec. 48 16 Sept.5i|2i May 58 31 May 7: 



Feb. 48 6 Oct. 48 
29 July 62 j 2 June 65 
13 June 51 11 Feb. 55 
13 June 51 24 Mar. 55 
13 June 51 3 Aug. 55 
13 June 51 30 June 56 
13 June 51 23 Nov. 56 
13 June 51 23 Nov. 56 

13 June 51 23 Nov. 56 

14 June 51 12 Jan. 55 
14 June 51] 3 May 55 
14 June 51! 10 Apr. 56 
14 June 5123 Nov. 56 
14 June 51 23 Nov. 56 
16 June 51 28 Jan. 
26 Sept. 45 123 Mar. 49 

9 July 52) 1 Sept. 54 



William Handyside, Captain, Coast Brigade of Artillery 

Thomas William Sneyd, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards 

John Anderson, Major, 19 Foot 

Alexander William Crawford Lindsay, Major, Madras Staff C. 

Francis Dalryrnple Walters, Major, 82 Foot 

Douglas Alleyne, Major, 37 Foot 

George Anthony Morgan', Major, 55 Foot 

Albert Seagriin, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

p.s.c. Harry Armstrong Brett, Major, 43 Foot 

Edward Abbott Noblett, 66 Major, h.p. 18 Foot 

Robert C. D. Bruce, Captain, h.p. 8 F. Staff Officer of Pens. ... 
Thomas Geo. O'Donoghue Hervey, Major, h.p. Ceylon Rifles... 

William Hallowes, Major, 85 Foot 

James Eaton Angus Mackintosh, C ' J Major, h.p 109 Foot 

William Newcomen Watts, Major, 1 Foot 

Adrian Bennett, Major, 7 Foot 

Sheffield Grace, 67 Major, h.p. 68 Foot 

William Edward Marsland, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

Shadwell Henry Clerke. Major, h.p. 21 Foot, Gent, at Arms ... 

Henry Pye Phillipps, Major, 2 Foot '. 

William Henry Davis, Major, 10 Foot 

p.s.c. Charles B. Knowles, Major, 67 Foot 

Martin Pierce Blake, Major, 5 Lancers 

Dawson Stockley Warren. Major, 14 Foot 

c. Clifford Parsons, Major, 3 Foot 



Geo. Bernard Morgan, ('apt. h.p. 77 F. Town Major, Gibraltar 

Edward Napoleon L'Estrange, Major, 21 Foot 

Arthur Trevor Leake Chapman, Major, 34 Foot 

Thomas Henry Way, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Claude Mai et Ducat, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

Wclby Wroughton Boddam, Major,' Bengal StaffCorps 

Edwin Archibald Chester Lambert, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Alfred Utterson, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry RivettMandeville Van Heythuysen,il/«/W, Bombay S.C. 

Nowell Swanston, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Frederic Bouiton, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

James Gibernc Bell, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Henry Annesley Justice, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Francis Howell Jenkins, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Arthur Robert Wilson, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

Edward Dumaresri Comporta, iUVy'or.'Madnis StaffCorps ...... 

John Rootsey Strutt, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

Malcolm Charles Partington, Major, 51 Foot ........"! 

John Arthur Brockman, Captain^ h.p. 6 F., S. 6. of Pensioner's 
John Thomas Chandler, Captain, h.p. 47 F., S.O. of Pensioners 



2 Sept.53; 5 June 5 
14 Oct. 51I11 May 55 

4 Jan. 6i| 16 Jan. 63 
29 Dec. 57 9 Apr. 61 
23 Mar. 58)18 Feb. 59 

o June 49)30 Sept.53 

3 May 55! 9 Nov. 55 

6 May 44 27 Dec. 47 
9 July 51 1 7 Sept. 54 

20 July 51:23 Nov. 56 

7 Nov. 56115 June 58 
20 June 57(23 Apr. 58 
23 July 52124 Mar. 54 

I 3 May 55 

2 May 56(24 July 57 

25 JunC47!iS Apr. 51 

26 Aug. 51 1 13 Apr. 55 
6 June 54 1 9 Feb. 55 



23 Feb. 55 

16 Sept. 51 

12 Mar. 52 

8 Sept. 54 
31 May 55 

10 Nov. 43 

13 Oct. 54 

22 Jan. 53 
20 Jan. 53 

9 Dec. 45 
5 Nov. 54 

17 Oct. 51 

17 Feb. 57 
3 Dec. 52 

12 May 54 
9 July 52 
20 Feb. 55 

23 Mar. 60 

19 Dec. 51 
16 Feb. 49 

1 1 July 54 

18 Feb. 53 

24 Nov. 49 

12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Doc. 51 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 

12 Dec. 51 

13 Dec. 51 
13 Dec. 51 
13 Dec. 51 
13 Doc. 51 

20 Doc. 51 
20 Dec. 51 
20 Dec. 51 
20 Dec. 51 
io June 53 
20 May 42 
24 Mar. 43 



2 Nov. 55 
6 June 54 
12 Jan. 55 

1 May 55 
9 Mar. 58 

14 Apr. 46 
29 Aug. 56 

6 June 54 
23 Nov. 56 
21 Mar. 48 
9 Mar. 55 
8 Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 58 

6 Nov. 54 

15 Jan. 56 
26 May 54 

20 Apr. 55 
17 May 61 

16 Dec. 53 
10 Dec. 52 

5 Nov. 54 
23 June 55 

7 Mar. 51 
31 Jan. 55 

21 May 55 

22 Oct. 55 

14 Jan. 56 
20 Aug. 56 
29 July 57 

28 Oct. 53 

2 Sept. 54 

29 Aug. 55 

30 Apr. 56 

15 Nov. 53 
30 Dec. 53 

23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

3 Nov. 54 
7 June 44 

10 Oct. 45 



7 Aug. 551 8 June. 

3 June 68 1 10 June 71 
13 June 63(13 June 71 
13 June63Ji3 June 71 
1 3 June 63 ; 13 June 71 
13 June 63J13 June 71 
13 June 63 13 June 71 
13 June 63 13 June 71 

13 June 63I13 June 71 
17 Sept.6iii4 June 71 

14 June 63114 June 71 
14 Juno 63(14 June 71 
14 June 63 14 June 7 
14 June 63(14 June 7 

16 June 63116 June 7 
31 Aug. 55 21 June 7 

13 Dec. 59 21 June 7: 
11 May 60 28 June 7: 

17 Nov. 63 1 28 June 7: 
23 Mar. 66128 June 7: 

14 Aug. 67(28 June 7: 
22 Nov. 64 1 5 July 7: 
28 May 58' 12 July 7: 

5 Sept. 62) 12 July 71 
5 Sept. 55 14 July 7 



19 July 63 

20 July 63 
23 July 61 
17 Nov. 63 

2 Oct. 58 
7 Sept. 55 
10 May 61 
9 Mar. 



19 July 7 

20 July 71 
22 July 7 
22 July 7 

24 July 7 
30 July 7 

9 Aug. 7 

25 Aug. 7 



26 Aug. 63(26 Aug. 7 



May 57 
24 Jan. 65 
9 Sept. 55 

3 Dec. 61 

29 July 62 

7 Mar. 63 
1 Sept. 55 

Dec. 59 

4 Mar. 61 

30 July 62 

21 Sept. 55 

1 May 58 

5 June 

3 Mar. 60 
26 Mar. 58 
.6 Nov. 60 

6 Sept. 61 
3 Feb. 63 

1 Feb. 68 

Apr, 57 

5 Sept. 55 
3 Oct. 55 

22 May 57 
26 Oct. 55 
30 July 62 
12 Dec. 63 
12 Dec. 63 

2 Dec. 63 
2 Dec. 63 

2 Dec. 63 

1 Jan. 62 

3 Dec. 63 
3 Dec. 63 
3 Dec. 63 

20 Dec. 63 
Dec. 63 
Dec. 63 
Dec. 63 

23 June 58 

8 Nov. 55 

6 Nov. 55 



9 Sept.71 
9 Sept.71 
13 Sept.71 
17 Sept. 71 
20 Sept.71 
20 Sept.71 
1 Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 71 
7 Oct. 71 
7 Oct. 71 
25 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
31 Oct. 71 
31 Oct. 71 
31 Oct. 71 
31 Oct. 71 
31 Oct. 71 

3 Nov. 71 

19 Nov. 71 

4 Dec. 71 

5 Dec. 71 
7 Dec. 71 

12 Dec. 71 
12 Dec. 71 
12 Dec. 71 
12 Dec. 71 
12 Dec. 71 

12 Dec. 71 

13 Dec. 71 
13 Dec. 71 
13 Dec. 71 
13 Dec. 71 

20 Dec. 71 
20 Dec. 71 
20 Dec. 71 
20 Dec. 71 
23 Dec. 71 

1 Jan. 72 
5 Jan. 72 



31 Oct. 71 
4 Feb. 72 
31 Oct. 71 

31 Oct. 71 
June 72 



Majors 



*7 



Attilio Scheberras, Major, 9 S Foot 

3JC Arthur Frederick Pickard, Captain, Royal Artillery ... 

Evelyn Pulteney Gurdon, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

William Henry, Captain, ('oast Brigade of Artillery 

James Meaden, Major, h.p. Ceylon Rifles 

.Tames William S. Moffatt. Major, 15 Foot 

William Daunt, Major, 9 Foot 

George Shedden Hawthorn, Major, Bombay Staff Corps . 

Hon. James Hay Fraser, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Kettlewell. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Wheatlev Robertson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Edw. Hill Ratcliffe Chambers, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Constantine Trent, Major, 4S Foot 

c. William Knipe, Major, S6 Foot 

Charles K. Mackenzie Walter, Major, Bengal Staff Corps . 

Reay Templer Clarke, Major, Bombay Stall' Corps 

William James Hales, 70 Captain, h.p. 10 Foot 

William James Anderson, Major, 32 Foot 



COHNET, 

andnEUT. lieut. i 

OrEXSIGX. 



21 Apr. 46 
20 Jan. 



' Windsor 



John Granville Harkness, Captain, 5 Foot 

Robert Algernon Walters, Major, Madras Staff Corps. 

Frederic Pocklington, Captain, 5 Foot 

William Starke, Ma jor, 1 s Foot 

William Stevens,^ Capt. h.p. 2 F. Military K 

St. John Willans, Captain, 2 Foot 

John Smith Cannon, Captain, h.p. S. O. of Pensioners 

Thomas Prittie Cosby, Maior, 14 Foot 

Charles Caldwell Grantham. Major, 8q Foot 

Charles Thomas Caldecott, Major, 76 Foot 

Philip Gibaut, Major, h.p. 73 Foot 

Henry Miller, Captain,h.p. Military Train, S. O. of Pensioners 

Robert Alexander Taylor, Major, 103 Foot 

Walter Musgrave, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Henry St. Maur Wynch, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Jameson, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Addy," Captain, h.p. Land Transport Corps, Recruit- 1 

ing Officer at Worcester ) 

Patrick Wilson Bannerman, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Francis James Thomas Moss. Major. Bombay Staff Corps 

Edward Richard C. Wilcox, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wm. Augustus Gillespie, Major, Bombay Staff ( 'orps 

Henry Robert B. Worslev. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Richard Griffith, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William Henry James Clarke, Major, 72 Foot 

John Mackenzie, Captain, Coast Brigade of Artillery 

Edmund Yeamans Walcott, Maior, Bengal Staff Corps 

Alex. M'Leod Stewart. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Terence Weatherhcad Waverlev Smvthe, Major, 100 Foot 

e. Wm. Paterson, Captain, h.p. 63 F. ProfessorB, M. College 

Wm. Egerton Todd, Captain, h.p. 81 F., S. O. of Pensioners 
Richard Win. Woods, Captain, h.p. 3 F., S. O. of Pensioners... 

Hugh Arthur Chichester. Captain, 81 Foot 

Blyth, Major, 35 Foot 

'aptain, h p. Depot Batt., S. O. of Pensioners 

Major, 49 Foot 

Captain, h.p. CeyIonR.,S. O. of Pensioners 

William Thomas Baker, Captain, 12 Foot 

John Stephenson Ferguson. Captain, 2 Life Guards 

Robert Whigham, Major, 16 Lancers 

Charles Alexander Thomson, VJ Major, h.p. 54 Foot 

John David Downing, 5:! Captain, li.p. 28 Foot 

Joseph Logan, 60 Capt. h.p. 2 F. Recruiting Officer at Guildford 

p s.c. Wilsone Black, Major, 6 Foot 

W. A. Godley, Captain, h.p. s6 Foot. S. 11. of Pensioners 

Charles Finnerty, Captain, Unattached, S. O. of Pensioners ... 

Robert Rcid, Captain, h.p. 9S Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

John Macdonald Leith, Captain, 79 Foot 

Charles Henry Browne, Major, 97 Foot 

William Henry Ballingall, Captain, 35 Foot 

Edward R. Berry,' 1 ' Captain, h.p. Military Train 

Lord E. W. Pelh'am Clinton, Major, Rifle Brigade 

R. G. S. Mason, Captain, h.p. 8 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Thomas P. Wright, Captain, h. p. 83 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Daniel Beere, Captain, h.p. 8 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

♦William Gatt. Captain, Royal Malta Fcncible Artillery 

Henry James Ilaydoek, Captain 41 Foot j 

Richard FitzGerald, Major, 69 Foot ! 

Francis Knatchbull, Major. 89 Foot 

Charles John Moorsom," Major, 30 Foot 

George Henry James Mowbray Chapman, Captain, 5 Foot 

Charles Patrick Stokes, Major, 4 Foot 

Robert Willock Davies, Major, 10 Foot 

John Howley, Major, 4 Foot I 

S. B. Kekewich, Captain, h.p. 8; Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Christopher Edward Musgrave, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Charles Browne Dashwood, Maiorjnitte Brigade i 

John Tatton Butler Brown, Major, Royal Artillery 

William De Wilton Roche Thackwell, Major, 38 Foot ( 

Charles Hill Fresson, Captain, h.p. 21 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Francis Etcson, Major, 3 Foot 

Henry G. E. Somerset, Captain, h.p. 3 Foot. S. O. of Pensioners 
Francis George Savage Curtis, Captain. lira. '00ns 



27 Feb. 52 
3 Nov. 46 
n Sept.48 
20 Feb. s 
20 Feb. 5- 
20 Feb. 52 
20 Feb. 52 
26 Feb. 52 

18 Sep:. 49 

19 Oct. 49 

20 Mar. 52 
20 Mar. 52 
19 Aug. 5 
15 Aug. 41 
13 May 53 
11 Apr. 52 
19 Oct. 53 
23 Mar. 



May TJ , 
5 Feb. 53 

1 May 54 
•■3 Nov. 56 

23 Nov. 56 
5 Feb. 57 
13 Nov. 56 

2 Apr. 52 
5 June 53 

26 Feb. 56 
r6 Mar. 56 
23 May 53 

t6 Sept.51 
19 Aug. 54 
23 Nov. 56 

8 Dec. 54 



28 Jan. 4^ 

23 Nov. 52 
16 Sept. 45 
4 Apr. 51 
12 Oct. 52 

7 Mar. 46 

11 June 5- 

12 June 5. 
12 June 52 



13 June 5: 
13 June 52 
13 June 
13 June 52 
13 June 52 
13 June 52 
19 Aug. 5 



1 June ; 

1 June ; 



Samuel 
A. M. C; 

Will, am 
DavidS 



11 Dec. 46 

2t May 47 
2 7 Aug. 4 ' 

17 Jan. 51 

2 1 \ pr. r 

1 July 53 
3 Mar. 54 

7 Nov. 42 

7 Jan. 48 
11 June 52 

6 June 54 
19 Oct. 49 
23 Nov. 49 

3 Feb. 54 
n Aug. 54 

S Oct. 50 
25 Oct. 50 
23 June 43 

17 Mar. 54 
1 1 Aug. 54 

5 Apr. 54 
2g Jan. 47 
9 June 54 

4 July 45 

2 Feb. 44 

4 May 42 
31 J«iy 37 
16 Dec. 53 

18 Sept. 46 

5 Dec. 51 
21 July 54 
21 Nov. 51 
14 July 54 
27 Feb. 45 

2 Dec. S3 

8 Dec. 46 

16 July 54 

17 July 54 

18 June 51 
10 June 53 

9 June 43 

6 Aug. 47 

3 Oct. 48 
:s Dec. q 4 



!i Jan. 48 9 Mar. 5S 

22 June 58 28 Sept. 7 1 

23 Nov. so 20 Jan. 64 
5 May 54 16 NOV. 55 

10 Aug. 55 i S May 57 



9 Ma . . _, 
29 Feb. 56 
20 Feb. 64 
20 Feb. 64 
20 Feb. 64 
20 Feb. 64 
26 Feb. 64 
;i Dec. 55 
16 Aug. 49 
>o Mar. 64 
>o Mar. 64 
:8 Jan. 56 
:i Aug. 57 

8 Jan. 56 
:i Apr. 64 
Jan. 56 



MAJOR. 



WHEN 
PLACED OX 
HALF PAT. 



7 .May 56 17 Juh 

24 Apr. ss 25 Jan. 56 
30 Apr. 55 25 Jan. 5< 

4 Apr. 46128 Jan. 56 
.1 Aug. 54 24 July 57 
23 Oct. 47' 23 July 58 

1 Aug. 54 1 Mar. 60 
6 June 54 4 Nov. 59 

2 Feb. 55 1 Feb. 50 

5 Oct. 47 1 Jan. 62 
9 Jan. 55 11 June 64! 

22 Nov. 56 12 June 64 

23 Nov. 56 12 June 64! 

6 Sept.55 1 1 Feb. 56 
23 May 54 13 June 64 
20 Sept.55 13 June 64 

:8 July 56 13 June 64 
20 Oct. 56 13 June 64 
23 Nov. 56 13 June 64 
23 Nov. 56 13 June 64 

2 Dec. 53 1 9 Aug. 60. 

22 Sept.55 1 Feb. 56I 
16 Mar. 56 20 June 64 1 
18 Mar. 57 20 June 64! 

29 June 58 
13 Oct. 51 25 Mar. 5' 

7 Mar. 5. 9 Apr. 56 
30 Dec. 43 12 Apr. 56 
13 Apr. 52 18 Apr. 56! 

23 June 48 16 May 56 
23 Sept 54 27 June 56 

6 Nov. 54 ig An 
11 Nov. 45 29 Aug. 56 
g July 52 29 Aug. 56 

8 C . s 4 i Sirt. 5 5 
8 Dec. 54 12 Sept. 56 

11 Nov. 51 26 Sept. 56 

2 May 51 9 Oct. 56 

8 Dec. 54 9 Nov. 56 

9 Feb. 55, q Jan. 57 
>i Oct. 53 j 6 Feb. 57 

6 June 54 5 Mar. 53 

25 Jan. 45*10 Apr. 57 

6 Oct. 54 1 5 May 57 
S Per. 34 15 May 57 
1 Oct. 46 30 May 57 

26 Apr. 49 1 Sept. 57 
8 Dec. 54 1 Sept. 57 

5 May 40 18 Sept. 57 

7 Aug. 46 j 5 Oct. 57 

3 Apr. 46'2i Oct. 57 
:i Apr. 4523 Oct. 57 
!oFeb. 55 13 Nov. 57 
:o Nov. 48 17 Nov. 57 

6 June54Ji7 Nov. 57 

8 Nov. 54 4 Dec. 57 

6 June 54 ?6 Dec. 57 
■0 Dec. 54J 8 Jan. 58 

7 Aug. 47 15 Jan. 58 
S Dec. 54 15 Jan. 58 



29 Apr. 5 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
>i June 53 
5 Dee. 54 
7 Jan. 4 S 
15 Apr. 52 



Feb. 58 
12 Feb. 58 
19 Feb. 58 
22 Feb. 5S 
26 Feb. 58 
S Mar. 5S 
„ 5 Mar. 58 
., May 53 5 Mar. 5 S 
i± Sept. s; 5 Mar. sS 



6 Jan. 72 
6 Jan. 72 
20 Jan. 72 
:i Jan. 72 
3 Feb. 72 

3 Feb. 72 

4 Feb. 72 
o Feb. 72 

Fob. 7 
o Feb. 7-' 

Feb. 72 

26 Fell. 72 

4 Mar. 72 
6 Mar. 72 

20 Mar. 72 

20 Mar. 72 

21 Mar. 72 7 Jan. 62 

27 Mar. 72 
jo Mar. 72 

1 Apr. 72 

2 Apr. 72 

3 Apr. 72 

23 Apr. 72 3 Aug-. 70 
13 Apr. 72 
6 May 72 
8 May 72 

1 1 May 7 

15 May 72 4 Oct. 73 
23 May 72 

8 June 72 

1 1 June 7 

12 June 72 

12 June 72 

13 June 72 
13 June 7j 
13 June 72 
13 June 72 
13 June 72 
13 June 72 

13 June -- 

14 June 72 

19 June 72 

20 June 72 
20 June 72 

3 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 -'uly 72 
5 July 7- 
5 -inly 7 2 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

j July 72 10 Dec. 73 

5 July 72 6 Oct. 75 

5 July 72 24 June 62 

5 July 7= 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 7- 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 1 July 74 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

s Juiyi72 

5 July 7 , 
5 July 72 

5 Ju'y 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7= 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 j 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 1 
5 July 72 
S J uly 72 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 



88 



Majors. 



Cecil M'Pher.-on, Captain, 17 Foot 

William D. Chapman, Captain, h.p. iS Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Frederick John Castle, Major, 107 Foot 

Valentine Ryan, Major, 64 Foot 

Frederick Hall, Major, SS Foot 

Richard Hull Lewis, Captain, h.p. 20 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Josiah FitzThomas Shadwell, Major, 23 Foot 

George Perceval Beamish, Captain, 36 Foot 

Edward William Saunders, Major, 14 Foot 

Henry Rowland, Captain, 80 Foot 

Cornwallis Henry Chichester, Captain, 5 Lancers 

Philip FitzRoy, Captain, 5 Foot 

Montague Browne, Captain, h.p. 24 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners. 
C. William M'Niell, Captain, h.p. Mil. Train, S. O. of Pensioner 

Charles James Tyler, Major, Royal Artillery 

JohnPennock Campbell, Captain, 30 Foot 

John Henry Kirke, 70 Captain, h.p. 19 Foot 

George Joseph Smart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Barnes Slyfield Robinson, Major, 89 Foot 

Edward Abbot Anderson, Major, 18 Foot 

George Henry Cochrane, Major, 8 Foot 

Robert Henry Newbolt, Major, Royal Artillery 

John James Silverston O'Neill, Major, 20 Foot 

John Leslie Moore, Captain, h.p. 34 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 

Thomas Mahon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Edward Stirling, 73 Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 

William Henry Clarkson, Captain, 30 Foot 

William Carey, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Murray Straton, Major, 47 Foot 

George Augustus Ferris, Major, 97 Foot 

John Frederick Trydell, Captain, 51 Foot 

William Hodnett Rowland, Major, 55 Foot 

John M'Dowell Elliot, Captain, 4 Foot 

William Stewart Richardson, Major, 46 Foot 

George Churchill Bartholomew, Major, 109 Foot 

p.s.c. Alexander Cunningham Bruce. Major, 91 Foot 

George Frederick Gildea. Major. 21 Foot 

Thomas Bland Strange, Major, Royal Artillery 

Oharles Hamilton Roddy, Major, h.p. Ceylon Rifles 

Forster Loiigfield, Major, 8 Foot 

David William Martin, Captain, 8 Foot 

Edward Marcon, Major, 12 Foot 

James Frederick Heiiles-, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Andrew Alfred Le Mesurier, Captain, 14 Foot 

John H. Sharpe, 78 Captain, h.p. 55 Foot 

Francis Lyon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Markham Lc Fer Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Geo. Fred. Gosling, Captain, h.p. 102 Foot, S. O. of Pensioni 

Edward Keate, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Klwin Harvey, Major, Royal Engineers...: 

Robert William Duff, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis John Green, Captain, 58 Foot 

George Philips. Major, Royal Engineers 

William Fraser Forbea Gordon, Major, 63 Foot 

Charles Nassau Martin, Major, Royal Engineers 

Jones Julian Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Poore, Captain, Royal Marine Artillery 

Edwin Johu Oldtield, Captain, 5 Foot 

Arthur Evelyn Fyler, Major, 50 Foot 

Eardley Maitland, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Gregory, Captain, Royal Marines 

Charles Hill Uniacke, Captain, 2 Dragoons 

Maurice Edward Covey Stacker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Browne Sandwith, Major, 10 root 

James Lazenby, Captain, 100 Foot 

Francis Edward Pratt, Major, Royal Engineers 

Johu Mervin Cutliffe Drake, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Renouard Janus. Major, Royal Engineers 

John Lardner Clarke, 79 Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 

Henry Thornhill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Thornton Gratwicke l'earse, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Priaulx Carey, Major, Royal Artillery ..♦ 

Fred. Edw. Blackett Beaumont, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Janus Alderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alex. Sadden Hutchinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. George Ravmhili. Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Henry Pitt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. Lee Hopkinson Lyon, Major, Royal Artillery 

John F. Dykes Donnelly, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alex, de Courcy Scott, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Collingwood Vibart, Major, 9 Foot 

Augustus Frederick De Butts Dixon, Captain, 14 Foot 

Joseph Gates Travel's, Captain, 17 Foot .' 

p.s.c. John North Crealock, Captain, 95 Foot 

Gharles John Cramer Roberts, Captain, 9 Foot 

Edward Robert Uigsby Barnes, Captain, 35 Foot 

Osborne Frederick Charles Fraser, Captain, Royal Marines 

VVm. Henry Worthy Bennett, Captain, Royal Marines 

Lonsdale Augustus Hale, Major, Royal Kiigineers 

Ewen Hei ry Davidson Macphcrson', Major, »\ Foot 

John Edward linek-Keene. Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Wm. Dart Davies Dumaresq, Major, Royal Engineer 



COBNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 



16 Sept. 5 
10 Dec. 47 
30 Mar. 49 

30 Nov. 49 

17 Aug. 54 
29 Dec. 46 
26 June 46 
23 June 54 
28 Mar. 54 

31 Aug. 54 

18 Feb. 53 
6 Oct. 

19 Nov 



18 June 5 

13 May S3 

17 Feb. 54 

18 June 5 

17 Dec. 52 
15 Nov. 50 

2 Aug. 48 

18 June 
6 June 54 

17 Sept. 50 

18 June 5: 
18 June 5 
29 June 49 
18 June 5 

3 Nov. 54 
8 Dec. 46 

23 Mar. 47 

2 Aug. 48 

21 Oct. 53 

23 Nov. 52 

17 May 50 

18 June 52 

14 Apr. 48 
17 Dec. 5 

8 June 55 

15 Jan. 56 

16 June 48 
13 Sept. 48 

24 Dec. 54 

19 Jan. 5 

3 Nov. 54 

17 Dec. 5 
17 Dec. 5 

3 Mar. 4 

17 Dec. 5 
10 Dec. 5< 
19 Dec. 50 

22 Nov. 55 
19 Dec. 50 

1 May 55 

18 June 

17 Dec. 
10 May 47 
31 Aug. 55 

18 Oct. 
17 Dec 

3 Aug. 47 
27 Jan. 54 

17 Dec. 5 
1 Dec. 4: 

15 July 5, 

18 June 5 
17 Dec. 5 
17 Dec. 5 
17 Dec. 5 
17 Dec. 5 
17 Dec. 5 

17 Dec. 5 

23 June 52 
23 June 5: 
23 Junes: 
23 June 5: 
23 June 5: 

23 June 52 
22 June 53 
22 June 53 

18 Aug. 54 

19 Feb. 55 
6 June; 

13 Oct. 5 
21 Jan. 53 

24 June 53 

14 Mar. 48 
14 Mar. 48 
2i Dec. S3 

3 Nov. 54 
?3 June 52 
21 Dec. 53 



June 54I 9 Mar. 58 
Mar. 50! 10 Mar. 58 
Mar. 51 16 Mar. 58 
Jan. 52 16 Mar. 58 
Feb. 55 23 Mar. 58 
Mar. 48 26 Mar. 58 
Jan. 51J26 Mar. 58 
. - Nov. 54 26 Mar. 58 
29 Dec. 54 26 Mai 



WFEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



. Api __ 
:i Aug. 54 
4 Sept. 57 
6 June 5 



20 Feb. 57 23 Apr. 58 
28 June 53 28 Apr. 58 
6 Nov. 54 30 Apr. 581 



10 Nov. 54 
[2 July 53 

5 Dec. 54 

6 June 54 
[3 Dec. 51 
a Sept. 53 
•9 Dec. 54 
: 3 Sept. 53 
:6 Sept.53 
3 Oct. 53 
June 54 
-o Nov. 53 
9 Mar. 55 

30 Apr. 49 
23 June 52 
29 Oct. 52 
29 Dec. 54 



7 Mar. 54 



6 Aug. 52 10 Sept. 58 
21 Nov. 53 16 Sept. 58 

7 Mar. 56 24 Sept. 58 
1 Aug. 56 24 Septus 

1 June 49 30 Sept. 58 

3 Dec. 52 30 Sept. 58 
13 Mar. 55 5 Oct. 58 
7 Aug. 55 5 Oct. 58 

2 Mar. 55 8 Oct. 58 
19 Nov. 53 26 Oct. 58 
2 Dec. 53 26 Oct. 58 

4 Dec. 50 31 Oct. 58 
.2 Jan. 54 3 Nov. 5S 
17 Feb. 54 23 Nov. 5S 
17 Feb. 54 1 Dec. 58 
15 Apr. 56 10 Dec. 5 
7 Feb. 54 15 Dec. 5 
7 Sept. 55 24 Dec. 5 
7 Feb. 54! 4 Jan. 59 
7 Feb. 54I16 Jan. 59 
2 June48li9 Jan. 59 
6 Oct. 57 4 Feb. 59 
6 Nov. 54 11 Feb. 59 



:6 Mar. 5 S 
7 Apr. 58 

'3 Apr. 58 
7 Apr. 5*1 



30 Apr. 58 
5 May 58 
9 May 58 

14 May 58 

21 May 58 
26 May 58 

3 June 58 

4 June 58 

5 June 58 
S June 58 

15 June 58 

22 June 58 
25 June 58 
20 July 58 

23 July 58 
23 July 58 

3 July 58 



14 Apr. 75 



9 Feb. 55 24 Aug. 58 
3 Feb. 52 31 Aug " 



31 Aug. 



.7 Feb. 54 

8 Aug 
23 Oct 
17 Feb. 

9 Feb. 

14 Jan. 56 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
.7 Feb. 54 
1 7 Feb. 
[7 Feb. „_, 
17 Feb. 54 
[7 Feb. 54 
[7 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
7 Feb. 54 
2 Jan. 55 
_8 Jan. 56 
29 Dec. 54 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
10 Aug. 55 



.Mar. s.| 

.9 Feb- 55 



5 Feb. 59 
19 Feb. 59 
25 Feb. 59 
2 Mar. 59 
13 Mar. 59 
1 8 Mar. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. so 
1 Apr. 59 



Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 

5 Apr. 59 
22 Apr. 59 

6 May 59 
6 May 59 
6 May 59 

„„ 6 May sq 

Aug. 49 7 May 59 

Aug. 49 7 May 59 

10 May 59 

3 May 59 



17 Feb. 54 23 May 59 
31 Mar. 54 24 May 59 



5 July 72] 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 1 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72,16 Apr. 73 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July r< 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7: 
5 July 7: 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July T 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 J-iy 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
S July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 



29 Oct. 73 



4 July 7 



Majors. 



h.p. 19 Foot, Meci 
35 Foot 



lYnsiou 



.p. 81 F. S.< 
•, h.p. S 7 F« 



■George Foil 10.-, Curtain, -■', F 
I, Robert Conolly Martin," Ca t 

■ Officer atZincaln 

[■John Ormsby Vandeleur. Go 
JMattbew Holfurd Hale, Majo, 

Ebert Peel Garnett, Maj r, 

Arthur Reid Lempriere, Maj> 
} Richard Abraham -Man: • '.-,. 

Eliindsay Searle, h.p. R.M.. 

Emes Joseph. Coffins, Major, 
, William Dunn Bond, Major, - 
■ Henry Wood. Major, Ritle Br 

Richard G. Charlton, Captain 

Alexander Charles Grant, Ma 

William Green, Major, 42 Foot 

Patrick Charles Anderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles John Koper Tyler, Captain, So Foot 

Heathcote Plmnmer, Major, 7 Foot 

i' Fra. Towry Adeane Law, Major, Royal Artillery 

'■. Lewis Blyth Hole, Major, 6 Foot 

r William Cooke O'Shaughnessy, Captain, 12 Foot 

p.s.c. Kobert James Maxwell,-- Captain, half pay, 80 Foot .. 

John George Skene, Major, 77 Foot 

p.s.v. Horatio C. X. Blanckley, Captain, Royal Marines 

I Major Francis Downes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Falkland George Edgcworth Warren, Major, Royal Artillei 

William Osborne Barnard, C iptain, 96 Foot 

I Charles Win. Carrington, Captain, Royal Marines 

1 John Popbam Maquay, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Nicholl Dawson, Major. R yal Engineers 

William O'Malley, Contain, 71 Foot, 

John Wilkinson, 62 Major, ball' pay, So Foot 

Frederick J. Ponsonby Hill, Major, 1 Foot 

William Henry Hingeston, Major, 58 Foot 

John Bellamy, Captain, 17 Foot 

Charles Hereford, Captain, 19 Foot 

Frederick Stephen Terry, Major, 25 Foot 

James Kenneth Douglas Mackenzie, Captain, 86 Foot 

Edward Hawker Helyar, Major, 2 Foot 

Edward Osborne llewett, Major, Royal Engineers 

Mordaunt Martin FitzGerald, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Wilbraham Nortbey, Major, h.p. Discharge Depot.. 

James Goldie, Captain, 16 Lancers 

Montgomery Williams, Captain, 19 Foot 

Fred. Horace Arthur Seymour, Major, Ritle Brigade 

Thomas Lloyd Still, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cieorge Reniiie Manderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Joseph Hanwell, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Edward Allen, Captain, 79 Foot 

George Bayley, Major, 31 Foot 

Joshua Frederick Betty, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Kelly Holdsworth, Major, Royal Artillery . 

j/.s.c. Aylmer Wm. John Montgomerio, Major, 71 

Arthur "Reginald Iloskins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard William Renshaw, Captain, 16 Lancers 

Henry Richmond Martin, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wm. 'Alex. Patrick Wyllie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Cardew, Major, Royal Artillery 

Horace I'ercival. Major, Royal Artillery 

Peter Edward Hill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Kennedy Hideout, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Henry Watson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles James Hope- Johnstone, Major, Royal Artillery 

Benjamin Geale Humfrey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Watson Wilson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Walter de Winton, Major, Royal Artilery 

Brvmer Francis Schreilier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Michael Tweedie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard O'Hara, Major, Royal Artillery 

HugbChetham Lvle', Major, Royal Artillery 

Leonard Griffiths", Major, Royal Artillery 

William Raym md Lluellyn, Major, Royal Artillery 

Constantine i'hipps Carey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Clu.rles Vaughan Arlmckle, Main,; Royal Artillery 

Fred. George Baylay, '/ - ■, Royal Artillery 

Noel Hanilyn Harris, Major, Royal Artillery . 

( lharles Pasley B ibei I -. Major, R 

David James Welsh, \tajo 

P ».c. Robert Grant, Major 

Edward Harding Steward 

William George Martin, 1 

Philip Henry Sandilauds, 

William James Hall, Majc 

Morton Parker Eden, Maj 

Thomas Nelson Holbertor 



COHNET. 
2ndLIEUT. 
OrETfSIGN. 



Artillery 

, Royal Artillery 

Royal Engineers 

Major, Royal Engineers . 

liar, Royal Artillery 

Major, Royal Artillery .... 

■, R .yal Artillery 

r. Royal Artillery 

:al Artillery. 



Charles Dalrymple Gilmour, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward John Ward-Asbton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilmot Burrows Edward Ellis. Major, Royal Artillery 

Horatio Otto Hitcbins, Major. Royal Artillery 

James Vertue, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Henry Edgronu', Major, Royal Engineers 

Grenville Pult'eny de 1'. Ealeonnet, Major, Royal Engineers. 

John Stewart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Lindsay Hawkins, Major, Royal Artillery 



U2 Jan. 55 

26 Jan. 55 

21 Nov. s: 

13 May 53 
6 Feb. 57 

21 Dec. 53 
12 May 53 
29 June 48 
25 Aug. 54 

9 Mar. 55 

12 May 53 

18 Jan. 51 

20 Nov. 49 
1 16 Jan. 55 
- 9 Dec. 50 

25 Aug. 54 
15 Dec. 54 

22 Dec. 52 
I 3 Dec. 52 
1 16 June 54 
25 Aug. 54 
1 29 Dec. 54 

15 Aug. 48 
22 Dec. 52 
■22 Dec. 52 
1 15 Apr. 56 

19 Sept.48 

14 Aug. 54 

14 Aug. 54 
6 June 54 
9 Mar. 49 

13 May 53 
n May 55 
31 Oct. 56 

17 Aug 

15 May 
24 Jan. 

4 Feb. 

14 Aug. 54 
9 Dec. 50 

27 Sept. 53 
14 Jtu; 
22 July 56 

22 Dec. 52 

13 June 51 
22 Dec. 52 

3 May 53 

4 Aug. 54 
:2 Dec. 52 

22 Dec. 52 
4 Oct. 53 

18 June 5 

16 Aug. 57 
22 Dec. 52 
22 Dec. 52 

8 Apr. 53 
22 June 53 
22 June 53 

21 Dec. 53 
21 Dec _„ 
21 Dec. 53 
21 Dec. 53 
21 Dec. 53 
1 1 Api 
11 Apr. 54 
11 Apr. 54 
11 Apr. 54 
11 Apr. 54 
1 1 Apr. 54 
. 1 Apr. 54 

14 Aug. 5 
13 June 5 



Mai 

4 Jan 

7 Feb „-, 

.7 Feb. 54 14 Nov. 59 

:i May 58 " " 

13 Feb. 52 

: 4 Aug. 54 s 

.6 Aug. 54 

9 Feb. 55 

3 July 52 

2 Jan. 55 
26 Oct. 55 
30 June 57 



20 Oct. 54 



1 Auf, 
14 Aug. 

12 Doc. 

13 June 
23 Oct. 
23 Oct. 

14 Aug. 
14 Aug. 
14 Aug. 
14 Aug. 
12 June 
14 Aug 
14 Aug, 
14 Aug, 

12 Dec. 

13 June 
12 Dec. 
12 June 
12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 



10 July 55 
li Aug. 55 

jo June 54 
9 July 54 
5 Mar. 58 
>o June 54 
[8 Aug. 54 
4 Sept. 51 
!3 Mar. 55 
'7 Aug. 55 
>2 Sept. 54 
>7 May 53 
1 Nov. 54 
[3 Apr. 55 
8 June 56 
15 May 55 
i3 Apr. 55 



7 Jui 



24 May 59 

1 1 May 59 
3 June 59 

3 June 59 

4 June 59 
20 June 59 
26 June 59 

7 July 59 

19 July 59 

20 July 59 

5 Aug. 59 
16 Aug. 59 
16 Aug. 59 
19 Aug. 59 

12 Sept. 59 
16 Sept. 59 

~ Sept. 59 



7 Feb. 54 25 Sept.59 



29 Sept. 5; 



7 July 57 30 Dec. 59 



3 Apr. 57 



: Mar. 54 24 Jan. 60 
Dec. 54 24 Jan. 60 



5 Nov. 54 



.Oct. 54 
24 Oct. 54 

. Apr. 58 
30 May 57 

3 Dec. 54 



2 : Nov. 



27 Apr. 58 



1 Au^ 

June 

25 June 



Nov. 59 
1 Nov. 59 
■8 Nov. 59 
:8 Nov. 59 
4 Dec. 59 
[3 Dec. 59 
.3 Dec. 59 
16 Dec. 59 

Dec. 59 



9 Jan. 60 



Feb. 60 



6 June 56 10 Feb. 60 

6 July 54 
5 Jan. 56 
:g Nov. 57 

24 Apr. 55 

1 Feb. 54 

7 Nov. 56 
7 Feb. 54 
9 Jan. 55 
5 June 55 
7 Feb. 54 
7 Feb. 54 

2 July 50 
•8 Apr. s ri 

Sept. 58 
: 7 Feb. 54 
.7 Feb. 54 

7 Mar. 54 
i2 Mar. 54 
17 June 54 
>o June 54 
20 June 54 

20 June 54 
28 June 54 

1 July 54 
7 July 54 
: 3 Sept. 54 

21 Sept.54 
Sept.54 



..Feb. 60 

ii Feb. 60 

ii Feb. 60 

9 Mar. 60 

.2 Mar. 60 

:2 Mar. 60 

:6 Mar. 60 

:6 Mar. 60 

>3 Mar. 60 

24 Mar. 60 

26 Mar. 60 

Mar. 60 

30 Mar. 60 

30 Mar. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 

9 Apr. 60 

...,, 20 Apr. 60 

Sept.54 2 May 60 

„ Sept.54 4 May 60 

26 Sept.54 4 May 60 



[7 May 60 



57 31 May 60 



June 6. 
Juno 60 
June 60 
July 60 
, „ Aug. 60 
3 Dec. 54 20 Sept.6o 
6 Nov. 54 22 Sept. 60 
24 Nov. 54 27 Sept. 60 
3 Nov. 60 



28 Nov. 54 27 Nov. 60 



9 Dec. 60 



Nov. 54 21 Dec. 60 
30 Nov. 54 1 Jan. 61 
8 Dec. 54 30 Jan. 61 
8 June 57 6 Feb. 61 
1 Aug. 54 9 Feb. 61 
1 Aug. 54 18 Feb. 61 



Feb. 6: 

Feb. 6: 

57 18 Feb. 6, 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 J"ly 72 
5 July 72 

5 J«iy 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 J»iy 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 12 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7- 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



6 Jan. 75 



Dec. 73 



10 Dec. 73 



9° 



Majors. 



COBNET, 
21ld LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 



Wm. Bentinck Cumberland, Major, Royal Artillery 

Russell Alex. Stevenson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Wm. Woodward, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Francis Worsley, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Ritchie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Vivian Bering Majcndie, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Edward Blackwell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Donald Malcolm, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sir John William Campbell, Bart., Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Blunter, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hungerford Deedes Jackson, Major, Royal Artillery 

.Emelius de Vic Tupper, Major, Royal Artillery 

John N orris Hunter, Major, Royal Engineers 
James Hamilton Wilson, Major, h.p. Royal Ei 
George Balfour Traill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Joseph Beatty, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis Arthur Whinyates, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Aune Law de' Montmorency, Major, Royal Engineers 

Christopher Hewetson Barnes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hon. William Le Poer Trench, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis Arthur Marindin, Major, Royal Engineers 

Fred. Coulthurst Elton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Richard Franklen, Major, Royal Artillery 

Clennell Collingwood, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Augustus Anley , Major, Royal Artillery 

Moreton John Wheatley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Porter Berthon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Coysgarne Sim, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Ro'oke, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Adolphus Frankland, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Robert King, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Moffatt Lang, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Cuming, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Edmund Southhouse Scott, Major, Royal Artillery .. 
Henry Dowdeswell Pitt, Major, Royal Artillery 
Walter Moncrieff T. Campbell, Major, Royal Er _ 
Richard Betton Rimington, Major, Royal Engineeri 

Percy G. Llewellyn Smith, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hale Young Wortham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Barlow Mimic, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Makgill Heriot Ma'itland, Major, Royal Engineers 
p.a.c. Charles Edmund Webber, Major, Royal Engineers.. 

Edward Robert Festing, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Watts Stockley, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Ashton Papillon, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Thomas Haig, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Bi k Rice, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Uchter Knox, Major, Royal Artillery 



Osborne Hall Goodcnough, Major, Royal Artillery 

James H. Pringle Anderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hector Tulloch, Major, half pay', Royal Engineers 

Charles Simeon Thomason, Major, Royal Engineer^ 

Salisbury Thomas Trevor, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Chamberlayne Farrell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward M'Laughlin, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Stewart Hunter, Major, Royal Artillery 

Philip Hanmer Harcourt, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Adam Crawford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Townsend Aremberg de Moieyns, Major, Royal Artillery .... 

John Booth Richardson, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Newmarch, Major. Royal Engineers 

William Henry Wardell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. John George Hill, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Henry Izod, Major, Royal' Artillery 

Robert Charles Walter Campbell, Major, Royal Artillery .... 

Minto Elliot, Major, Royal Artillery 

Turner Van Straubenzee, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Webster Shakerley, Major. Royal Artillery 

John Ord Hasted, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Robert Dyce, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Augustus Howes, Major, Royal Enginceis 

Edmund Staveley, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Gavin Lindsay, Major, Royal Engineers 

Christopher Edward Newport, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Edmeades, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Underwood Champa in,' Major, Royal Engineers 

John Hills, Major, Royal Engineers .' 

Charles Brodie Footman Penny, Major, Royal Engineers .... 

William Henry Burton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Tanfleld Vachell, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Macvicar Burn, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stuart James Nicholson, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Charles Boi'leau Pcmbcrton, Major, Royal Engineers. 

Edward Henry Baker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Home, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harry M'Leod, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Charles Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Montgomery Wim&j, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wm. Henry M'Ciiuslaiid, Major, Royal Artillery...' , 

Frederick Edward Hadow, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Jeffreys, Major, Royal Engineers 

Brownlow Hugh Mathew, Major, Royal Engineers 

Horatio Powys Lane, Major, Royal Artillery 



7. June 52 
9 Dec. 52 
9 Dec. 52 
1 June 53 

1 June 53 
4 Aug. 54 
3 Oct. 54 

23 Oct. 54 
23 Oct. 54 

2 June 52 
9 Dec. 52 

23 Oct. 54 
9 Dec. 52 

3 Oct. 54 
9 Dec. 52 
9 Dec. 52 
3 Oct. 54 
■3 Oct. 54 
9 Dec. 52 

23 Oct. 54 
Dec. 54 
Oct. 54 
_ Oct. 54 
23 Oct. 54 
3 Oct. 54 
20 Dec. 54 
Dec. 53 
20 Dec. 54 
23 Oct. 54 
28 Feb. 
20 Dec. 
12 June 52 
20 Dec. 54 
20 Dec. 54 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 
28 Feb. 55 



4 July 57 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
13 Dec. 54 
13 Dec. 54 
16 Dec. 54 
16 Dec. 54 

6 July 57 
10 July 57 
16 Dec. 54 

2 Aug. 54 

3 Jan. 55 
27 July 57 

23 Jan. 56 
27 Dec. 54 
13 Jan. 55 

24 Aug. 57 
13 Jan. 55 
13 Jan. 55 

1 Jan. 55 
3 Jan 
6 Jan. 55 
6 Jan. 55 
13 Jan. 55 
27 Apr. 58 
13 Jan. 55 

26 Jan. 55 
1 Mar. 55 

25 Feb. 55 
10 Mar. 57 

6 Mar. 55 
8 Mar. 55 
8 Mar. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 

20 Apr. 55 
24 May 56 

1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr 

1 Apr. 55 

2 Oct. 57 
6 June 57 
6 June 57 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 

21 Aug. 58 
1 Apr. 55 

20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 

27 July .57 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 

8 Sept. 57 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 

9 Dec. 53^7 Apr. 58 
1 13 July 55 

9 Mar. 5527 Apr. 5 b 
31 J"ly 55 

2 Aug. 55 27 Apr. 58 

9 Dec. 54 27 Aug 

31 July 55 



8 June 54 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 

9 Dec. 53 
12 June 52 

9 Dec. 52 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
2S Feb. 55 

9 Dec. 53 
28 Feb. 55 



Dec. 52 



n June 53 



1 1 Juno 53 

8 June 54 
7 Sept.54 
7 Aug. 55 

9 Dec. 54 



n June 53 
9 Dec. 54 
n June 53 



13 July 57 
5 Nov. 57 
4 Dec. 57 
11 May 58 
27 Aug. 58 
31 July 55 
31 July 55 
31 July 55 
11 Aug. 57 
27 Aug. 58 
Aug. 57 



1 Juno 53 27 Apr. 58 
9 Dec. 53J31 May 
9 Dec. 53,27 Aug. 
8 June 54I27 Aug. 58 
8 Jun0 54!27 Aug. 
8 June 54 30 Sept. 57 
8 June 55 27 Apr. 58 
8 June 55I27 Aug. 58 



CAPTAIN. 



c8 Feb. 6 
t8 Feb. 6 
:8 Feb. 6 
:S Feb. 6 

18 Feb. 6 
1 Apr. 6 
1 Apr. 6 

1 Apr. 6 

19 Apr. 6 
>9 Apr. 6 

29 Apr. 6 

18 June 6 

19 June 6 

2 July 6 

23 Aug. 6 
!5 Sept.6 

1 Oct. 6 
1 Oct. 6 
1 Oct. 6 

3 Oct. 6 
8 Oct. 6 
:a Nov. 6 
:3 Nov. 6 

1 Dec. 6 
1 Dec. 6 
18 Dec. 6 

24 Dec. 6 
31 Dec. 6 

8 Jan. 62 

20 Jan. 62 

16 Mar. 62 

18 Mar. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr, 

1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 

3 Apr. 62 

12 Apr. 62 

17 May 62 

30 May 62 

4 June 62 

20 June 62 

28 June 62 

1 July 62 

15 July 62 

16 July 62 

9 Sept. 62 

19 Oct. 62 

21 Oct. 62 

2 Dec. 62 

2 Dec. 62 

17 Dec. 62 

31 Dec. 62 

20 Jan. 63 
24 Jan. 63 
27 Jan. 63 
30 Jan. 63 

8 Feb. 63 

22 Feb. 63 
22 Feb. 63 
22 Mar. 63 

1 Apr. 63 

30 Apr. 63 

9 June 63 

29 June 63 
1 July 63 

16 July 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 

1 1 Sept. 63 

3 Oct. 63 
10 Oct. 63 

13 Oct. 63 
15 Dec. 63 
29 Feb. 64 
!9 Feb. 64 
29 Feb. 64 

19 Feb. 64 
o June 64 
7 June 64 

31 Aug. 64 
24 Oct. 64 

7 Jan. 65 



5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 Jlly 72 

5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 7- 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July ,- 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 75 
5 July 71 
5 July 7= 
5 July 75 
5 July 7s 
5 July 7 s 
5 July 72 
5 July 7= 
5 July T- 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 7 

5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 7- 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 Ju'y 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 



; Jul 



y 7 2 



5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 



WHEN 
PLACED OK 
HALF PAY. 






Majors. 



9i 



David Ward, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Hull Came, Major, Royal Artillery 

JJi/C Edward Talbot Thackeray, Major, Royal Engineers. 

John Greenlaw Forbes, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Randolph Buckle, Major, h.p. Royal Artillery.... 

Edward Parry Gambier, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Hanson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Henry Luard, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Birney, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Swinton,' Major, Royal Engineers 

Alfred Thomas Hinder, Major, Royal Engineers 

Joseph Herbert Bedford, Major, Royal Engineers 



Roy. 



Walter Hardon Ducat, Mi 
Wm. Shapter Hunt. Maj 
Marmaduke Littlejonn Monckton 
George Bell Crispin, .1/ 
Charles Joseph Stuart, M . . 
V€ John Charles Campbell Dam 



Engineers 

'taff Corps 

tjor, Royal ArtiUery 

Staff Corps 

s Staff Corps 

Major, Bengal Staff Corps 



COBNET, 

2nd LIEUT. LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN.! 



7 Sept. 54 J I Oct. 57 

8 June 55 27 Aug. 58 

9 Dec. 54*27 Apr. 58 
9 Dec. 54 27 Apr. 58 
7 Dec. 55*27 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 55 27 Apr. 58 

7 Aug. 5 5| 2 7 Apr. 58 

8 June 55 27 Apr. 58 
8 June 55*27 Apr. 58 
8 June 55,27 Apr. 58 
3 Sept. 55,27 Apr. 58 
7 Dec. 55 28 Aug. 58 
1 Mar. 56 27 Aug. 58 
6 July 52)30 June 54 

13 June 56*27 Aug. 58 



Alfred William Lucas, Major, io:, Foot 

Henry Fallowfield Cooper, Captain, h.p. Royal Marines,') 

Barrack Master at Chatham j 

Edw. Charles Wm. Raynsford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Roche Franks, Major, Royal Artillery 

Rawson Aislabie, Major. Royal Artillery 

Charles Gilbert Robinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Somner Sedley Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Thomas Leishman, Major, Royal Artillery 

HoweU Locke Jones, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Christian Griffin, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

Alfred James Wake, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Edward Basevi, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

Frederick Vincent Eyre, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alex. Henry Davidson, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

John Ford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Wynch, Maior, Royal Artillery 

Isaac Ketchen, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stapleton Penny, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Henry Courtney, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Main waring F< .rma.n Sandford, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard BuUen, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Helsham Jones, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Thornhill Bushby, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John James Boswell, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Hardress Edmund Waller, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Walter Newman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Tyndall, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Morgan Fra/.er, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Neave Judge, Major, Royal Engineers 

Wm. Henry Bell Kingsley, Major, 07 Foot 

Rowland Smith, Major, Bengal Staff Oorps 

Joseph Hamilton Maskery, Captain, Royal Marines 

Arthur Tillard Storer, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Henry Collins, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Montagu Mitchell Procter, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

p.s.c. CecU James East, Captain, 41 Foot 

George Frederick Blackwood, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Thompson, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Ellison Bate*, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Frederic Allen, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Edward Fra. Hunter Armstrong, Major, Madras Staff Corps .. 
Frederick Pelham Bartholomew, Major, Bombay Staff Corps .. 

Frederick Eustace Lewes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hamilton Smithett, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Roberts, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Henry Ho re West, Capta in, Royal Marines 

William Garrow Waterfield, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Elliott Arthur Raymond, Captain, h.p. 44 Foot 

Charles Clitherow Gore, Captain, 83 Foot 

Frederick Peter Luard, Major. Bengal Staff Corps 

Alexander Bruce, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edmund John Tremlett, Major, Royal ArtUlery 

Charles Edward Nairue, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

Henry John Thornton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hatravers H. C. Bernhard Steinman, Major,' Royal ArtiUery .. 

Henry Watts Stockley, Major, Royal ArtiUery .". 

Hugh Chichester, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

Duncan Scott Pemberton, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

William Robert Craster, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

Charles Tucker, Captain, 80 Foot 

Spencer Alfred Taylor j udge, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

James Lidderdale, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Glover Puckle, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Crippin Dawson Sidney Moray, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Alexander Temple Cox, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

George Edwin Maule, Captain, Royal Artillery 

William Dobree Carey, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Edward Trevor Hume, Captain, Royal Artillery , 

Archibald George Douglas Logan, 'Major, Madras Staff Corps. 

Sidney Herbert Williams, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Alexander Thomson Reid, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
William Henry Ross, Mo, 
John Hugh Edward Johmr -, ; 
James WUUam Hope Johns, • 1 
John Lampen, Major, Mad: , s 



-_ June 57 
12 June 57 



31 July 5 _ 

1 Aug. 55 

Aug. 52 17 May 54 

_ _ Aug. 52 23 Nov. 56 

10 Aug. 52 23 Nov. 56 

31 July 55 

__ Aug. 52 12 Apr. 54 
20 Aug. 52 23 Nov. 56 
8 June 55 27 Apr. 58 
1 June 55 30 Oct. 57 
26 Aug. 52 23 Nov. 56 
Nov. 48 18 Sept.52 
1 Aug 55 
21 



Staff Corps 
•or, Madras Staff Corps .... 
■ igal Staff Corps 

iff Corps 



a July 52 10 Dec. 55 20 July 64 

d July 52 23 Nov. 56 20 July 64 

- July 52 20 July 57 20 July 64 

Feb. 59)22 July 59 22 Jan. 63 



17 Jan. 65 
6 Feb. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
14 Apr. 65 
20 June 66 
30 June 66 
3 Dec. 66 
1 Mar. 67 
i Mar. 67 
1 Har. 67 
:o Feb. 68 
-7 Nov. 63 
24 Mar. 65 



4 Nov. 48 17 Aug. 5 
9 Dec. 53 25 Sept. 57 
9 Dec. 53 2S Sept. 57 
8 June 54 28 Sept. 57 
8 June 54 5 Oct. 57 

5 June 54 29 Oct. 57 

8 June 55 27 Aug. 58 

9 Dec. 54 1 Jan. 58 
9 Dec. 54 8 Jan. 58 
9 Dec. 54 13 Feb. 58 
8 June 55 27 Aug. 58 
8 June 55 13 Feb. 58 
8 June 55 15 Feb. 58 
3 June 56 27 Aug. 58 
2 Dec. 56 27 Aug. 



7 Aug. 5b 20 Apr. 65 
31 July 55 21 Sept. 62 
31 July 55 6 Feb. 6 



•-"■ 64 

John CharlesHay.il/iyuj-, Madras Staff Corps '20 Dec. 52 23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 64 



7 Aug. 58 
■ Aug. 58 



:oApr. 60 
1 Sept.63 
7 Oct. 63 
:i Nov. 63 
13 Jan. 64 
29 Feb. 64 
29 Feb. 64 
1 July 64 
5 July 64 
1 Sept.i 4 
1 Nov. 64 
1 Jan. 65 
1 Jan. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
Apr. 65 



1 Apr. 63 

29 July 63 
10 Aug. 64 
10 Aug. 64 
10 Aug. 64 

2 Nov. 63 
20 Aug. 64 
20 Aug. 64 

1 Mar. 67 
1 2 May 6 1 
26 Aug. 64 
20 Apr. 60 

3 Aug. 63 
28 Aug. 72 
31 Aug. 64 
17 Nov. 65 

Feb. 67 



31 Aug. 52 23 Nov. 56 
" Aug. 54 5 June 55 

DeC. 57 27 Aug. 5 3 _u i eo. uy 

May 55 26 Mar. 58 11 Hay 67 

Apr. 56 23 Nov. 56 20 Apr. '" 

Sept. 52 9 Aug. 54 20 Sept , 

. Sept, 52 31 Hay 56 20 Sept. 64 

5 Sept.52 23 Nov. 56,20 Sept. 64 

> June 55 14 Apr. 58 24 Jan. 65 

! June 55 21 Apr. 58,24 Har. 65 

27 Sept.52 23 Nov. 56J27 Sept. 64 

4 Nov. 48 18 Oct. 52 20 Apr. 60 

3 Oct. 52 23 Nov. 56 3 Oct. 64 

~ Feb. 55 19 June 55 20 Apr. 60 

Nov. 55 2 Hay 56 20 Apr. 60 

Oct. 52 30 Nov. 53 13 Feb. 62 

Oct. 52 23 Nov. 56 20 Oct. 64 

31 July 55 2 Nov. 63 

7 Dec. 55 27 Apr. 58 24 Har. 65 
,2 June 57 27 Aug. 5S 24 June 65 

12 June 57 27 Aug. 58 23 Nov. 65 
7 Dec. 55 27 Aug. 58 25 Feb. 65 

13 June 56 27 Apr. 58 24 Har. 65 
13 June 56 27 Apr. 58 24 Har. 65 
:3 June 56 27 Apr. 58 24 Har. 65 
13 Nov. 55 23 Oct. 57 1 8 Hay 60 
9 Dec. 52 10 Nov. 55 9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 52 20 Oct. 56 9 Dec 
9 Dec. 52 1 Nov. 58 9 Dec. 

Dec. 52 22 Aug. 55 10 Dec. 
Dec. 52 22 Oct. 56 10 Dec. 
31 July 55 
3* July 55 
Dec. 56 27 Apr. 58 
Dec. 52 is Dec- 53 
__ Dec. 52 23 Nov. 56 
20 Dec. 52 30 Oct. 



Dec. 52 28 Dec. 54 



Dec. 52 6 Apr. 56 20 Dec. 64 

" 6 4 



> Dec. 52 23 >.'u\ . _,„ 

> Dec. 52 23 Nov. 56 



Mar 

24 Har. 

Dec. 

Dec 

Dec 

20 Dec 



Dec. 
Dec. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON- 
HALF PAT. 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 

6 July 72 
6 July 72 

20 July 72 
July 72 
-j July 72 
30 July 72 
t Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 

1 Aug. 7 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 

3 Aug. 72 

4 Aug. 7 
o Aug. 7 
:o Aug. 7 _ 
10 Aug. 72 

3 Aug. 72 
20 Aug 
20 Aug. , . 

20 Aug. 72 

21 Aug. 72 

26 Aug. 72 

27 Aug. 72 
27 Aug. 72 
29 Aug. 72 

Aug. 7 

Sept. 7 

Sept. 7 

Sept. 7 

Sept. 7- 

Sept. 72 

Sept. 72 

__ Sept. 72 

21 Sept. 72 

25 Sept. 

27 Sept. 

2 Oct. ,_ 

3 Oct. 72 
6 Oct. 72 
6 Oct. 72 

[2 Oct. 72 

20 Oct. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
2 Nov. 72 

23 Nov. 72 

23 Nov, 

23 Nov. , . 

23 Nov. 72 
9 Dec. 72 
9 Dec. 72 
9 Dec. 72 
9 Dec. 72 

:o Dec. 72 

Dec. 72 

1 Dec. 72 
1 Dec. 72 

1 Dec. 72 

2 Dec. 73 
:2 Dec. 
•o Dec. 
:o Dec. 

:o Dec. 
m Dec. 
!o Dec. 
:u Dec. 



25 Nov. 74 



92 



Majors. 



Henry Hungerford St. Leger, Captain, 71 Foot 

John Thomas Twigge, Major, Royal Engineers , 

James Creagh, Captain, 17 Foot 

George Edward Frver, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas P. Boles Walsh, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

George Maughan Lyons, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Arthur Tulloch, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Tredway George Clarke, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Ward Hawes, 8 ? Major, h.p. Bengal Staff Corps 

George Edmund Phipps Trent, Major, 26 Foot 

George Briggs, Major, h.p. Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Prescott'Forteath, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Gerald Noel Money, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Thomas French, Captain, h.p. 90 Foot 

John Henry Tripp, Major, 76 Foot 

Reginald Gother Thorold, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harvey Rhodes Faber, Major, Royal Engineers 

Archibald Acheson Johnson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Arundel Thomas Spens, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Miller M'Nair, S3 Captain, h.p. 5 Lancers 

THIS, Robert Montressor Rogers, Major, 90 Foot 

Edward Mitchell, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Gamier, Major', h.p. Royal Engineers 

Alexander Grant Miller, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Brydges, Captain, Royal Marine Artillery 

Ramsay Weston Phipps, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Sanclham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Algernon Augustus Stewart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Thomas Hamond, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Tilly, Captain, 23 Foot 

Son. Robert Villiers Dillon, Major, Royal Artillery , 

Edmund Sidney Burnett, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Michael de Courcy Meade, Captain, Royal Marines 

Percy Lytton Bellamy, 'Captain, 55 Foot , 

Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, Major, 21 Foot 

Charles John Anderson, Major, Bombay Staff Corps , 

Robert Murdoch Smith, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles William Wilson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Montagu Cholmeley Morris, Captain, 36 Foot , 

Richard John Soniers, Captain, n Hussars , 

William Harris Burland, Captain, 9 Foot 

William Newsome, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles George Gunning, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Richard James Walker, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Philip Crampton Rynd, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Erio Stanhope Fox, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

James Galloway, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Dalrymple William Sewell, Major, Madras Staff Corps- 
Charles John Pearse, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William Walker Pembtrton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

V€ William George Cubitt, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John James Heywood, Major, 61 Foot 

George Swetenham, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Thomson Simpson, Major, 98 Foot 

Elliot Larkins Robertson, Major, 106 Foot 

Thomas Gash, Major, half pay, Ceylon Rifles 

William Hill, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

James Clephane Minto, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Edward Lane Bluett, Captain, 22 Foot 

George Scott Hills, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert William Wood," Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles John Smith, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Eckford, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ashton Milnes Brandreth, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ralph Graham Smyth, Major, Royal' Engineers 

John Philip Steel, Major, Royal Engineers 

Daniel Corrie Walker, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Locock, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Hime, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Keith, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Lane Cock'burn Merewcther, Major, Royal Engineers 

Peyton Phelps, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ferdinand Beckwith Mainguy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Frederick Chapman Lewin, Jfq/or,'Royal Engineers 

Arthur George Durnford, Major, Royal Engineers 

Montagu Lambert, Major, Royal Engineers '. 

Walter Balfe, Captain, 11 Hussars 

Homy M'D. de Went Douglas, Major, Bengal Staff Corps!.'. 

Thaddeus Richard Ryan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Phillipps, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles James Jennings, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Ashton George Mayne, Major, Bombay Staff Corps .'.', 

Richard Lewis Dashwood, Major, 15 Foot 

■^illiam Prescod Gurney, Major, gi Foot 



20 Feb. 49 
6 Jan. 55 
6 Jan. 55 

o May 53 



22 May 57 

Apr. 57 

25 Aug. 54 



Gregory Colfpihoun Grant, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
Cromer Ashburnham, Major, 60 Rifles 



no; 1 
Andrew David (Jeddes, Major, 27 Foot 
Donald Macdonald, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
John Bnrtk'inan, Major, Uengal Staff Corps.... 

Edward Ronton, Major, t: - Foot 

Alexander Maedonell Rawlins, Major, Royal Artillery' I12 Dec. 57 

Edward Ridley C. Bradford, CSf. Major, Madras Staff Corps"! 13 Nov. 53 

Robert Theodore F. Stammers, Major, 10 Foot 25 May 55 

Edward Feueran, Captain, 48 Foot 14 Mar. 51 



COKNET, 

2ndLiEui. 

OrEKSIGK. 



7 June 54 
20 Jan. 53 
20 Jan. 53 
20 Jan. 53 
20 Jan. 53 
26 Jan. 53 
13 Feb. 53 
17 Mar. 54 
20 Feb. 53 
20 Feb. 53 

4 Mar. 53 
26 July 55 
12 July 50 



Aug. 54 1 Dec. 54 25 May 60 2 Jan. 73 

1 Aug. 55 9 Oct. 63 15 Jan. 73 

10 Aug. 5s 1 June 60 19 Jan. 73 
J 30 Aug. 53 20 Jan. 65120 Jan. 73 
15 Oct. 56(20 Jan. 65)20 Jan. 73 
23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 65120 Jan. 73 
10 May 57 [20 Jan. 65 20 Jan. 73 
23 Nov. 56126 Jan. 65)26 Jan. 73 
23 Nov. 56)13 Feb. 65J13 Feb. 73 
8 Sept. 54,12 June 60 15 Feb. 73 
6 Oct. 55J20 Feb. 65 20 Feb. 73 
23 Nov. 56 20 Feb. 65J20 Feb. 73 
5 Mar. 56 4 Mar. 65 4 Mar. 73 

8 July 56,23 June 60 S Mar. 73 

22 Apr. 53 5 July 6o| 8 Max. 73 
1 Aug. 55 5 Dec. 63: 8 Mar. 73 

27 Aug. 58J 1 Sept.6312 Mar. 73 

23 Nov. 56 14 Mar. 65 14 Mar. 73 
23 Nov. 56 20 Mar. 65 20 Mar. 73 

9 Feb. 55 10 July 6025 Mar. 73 
3 Aug. 55120 Nov. 60 1 Apr. 73 
1 Aug. 55 5 Feb. 64! 2 Apr. 73 
1 Aug. 55 15 Feb. 64 1 2 Apr. 73 

31 July 55(21 Mar. 64 1 2 Apr. 73 
3 Dec. 52)13 July 60 6 Apr. 73 
1 Aug. 55 7 Apr. 6 4 ' 12 Apr. 73 
1 Aug. 55 14 Apr. 6412 Apr. 73 
1 Aug. 55 1 23 June 64 12 Apr. 73 

27 Aug. 58112 June 66 12 Anr. 73 
9 Sept.55 31 July 60 14 Apr. 73 
1 Aug. 55 27 June 64 16 Apr. 73 
T Aug. 55)28 July 64 16 Apr. 73 



3 Sept.55 
14 Mar, 
20 Mar, 
18 Aug. 54 



30 Dec. 



2 Dec. 57 
6 Apr. 55 



1 June 53 
1 June 53 
1 June 53 
1 June 53 
1 June 53 
12 June 53 
20 June 53 
3 July 53 
26 July 53 
7 Aug. 54 



WHEN- 
PLACED ON" 
HALE PAT. 



2 Dec. 74, 
6 Nov. 73 

28 Oct. 71 



12 May 75 
2 Dec. 74 



27 Dec. 52 1 Aug. 60 23 Apr. 73 
7 Aug. 55 14 Aug. 60: 6 May 73 
:i May 55 11 Sept. 60 15 May 73 
9 Dec. 55 20 May 65 20 May 73 
_>4 Sept.55 20 June 64 23 May 73 
24 Sept.55 120 June 64 23 May 73 
15 Sept. 57:21 Sept. 60 26 May 73 
21 May 58J21 Sept.6o 29 May 73 
7 Mar. 55 25 Sept.6o, 1 June 73 
5 Oct. 55 J 4 Aug. 64 1 June 73 
*3 Apr. 54 11 June 65 n June 73 
29 Dec. 55 11 June 65 n June 73 
13 Nov. 56 11 June 65 n June 73 
13 Nov. 56 11 June 65 n June 73 
13 Nov. 56 11 June 65 11 June 73 
J3 Nov. 56 11 June 65 12 June 73 
23 Oct. 55)20 June 65 20 June 73 
21 July 54(13 July 65 13 July 73 
23 Nov. 56 26 July 65 26 July 73 
-4 May 55 29 July 62 1 1 Aug. 73 
7 Apr. 56 1 Oct. 64; 2 Aug. 73 
30 June 57 26 Aug. 59! 5 Aug. 64 9 Aug. 73 
9 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 '30 July 62 13 Aug. 73 
8 July 55 10 Apr. 57J g Dec. 62 15 Aug. 73 15 Aug. 7% 
5 Aug. 53 23 Nov. 56-15 Aug. 65' 1 5 Aug. 73 1 
19 Aug. 53 9 Sept.55'19 Aug. 65 19 Aug. 73I 
15 Jan. 56 5 Feb. 58:25 Sept.6o 22 Aug. 73 
8 June 55 27 Apr. 58) 1 July 67 23 Aug. 73 
o Sept.55 27 Aug. 58 15 Jan. 64)24 Aug. 73 
7 Dec. 55 27 Aug. 58-25 Nov. 64 24 Aug. 73 
7 Dec. 55 27 Apr. 58 1 Jan. 68 24 Aug. 73 
7 Dec. 55 27 Apr. 58 4 Mar. 68 24 Aug. 73 
7 Dec. 55 27 Apr. 58 31 Oct. 6824 Aug. 73 
Dec. 55 27 Aug. 58J31 Oct. 68 24 Aug. 73 
7 Apr. 56 4 Nov. 65 25 Aug. 73 
7 Apr. s6| 7 Jan. 65)25 Aug. 73 
7 Apr. 56-24 Jan. 65 25 Aug. 73 
7 Apr. 56 5 June 65*25 Aug. 73 
27 Aug. 58I12 May 68)25 Aug. 73 
27 Aug. 58 17 June 6S) 2 s Aug. 73 
21 June 56! 1 Sept.65J26 Aug. 73 
21 June 5622 Dec. 65126 Aug. 73 
-- June 56I 8 Jan. 66:26 Aug. 73 
June 56 25 Jan. 66 26 Aug. 73 
16 Oct. 60)29 Aug. 73 
29 Aug. 65 29 Aug. 73 
24 Mar. 65 1 Sept. 73! 
10 Sept. 65 10 Sept. 73 
10 Sept.65 10 Sept.73 
20 Sept.65 20 Sept.73 
6 Nov. 60 22 Sept.73 
12 Nov. 60 28 Sept.73 
4 Oct. 65 4 Oct. 73 
23 Jan. 63 18 Oct. 73 



3 June 56 
3 June 56 



27 Jan. 57 
29 Aug. 53 
12 Dec. 56 
10 Sept. 53 
10 Sept. 53 
o Sept.53 
8 May 55 
7 Feb. 54 
4 Oct. 53 
20 Apr. 55 
6 June 54 
o Oct. 53 
o Oct. 53 
Oct, 



19 Feb 
23 Nov. 56 
27 Apr. 58 
10 Oct. 56 
1 Feb. 58 
23 Nov. 56 
9 Oct. 55 
6 July 55 

6 Dec 56 

26 Oct. 55 

7 Sept.55 
18 Jan. 56 
31 May 57 

9 Feb. 55 

27 Aug. 58 
22 Nov. 55 
14 Mar. 56 

6 Juno 54 



— -3| 

6 June 66118 Oct. 73 



. Jan. 62 
20 Oct. 65 
13 Nov. 60 

3 Oct. 66 
13 Nov. 65 
16 Nov. 60 
23 Nov. 60 



Oct, 73 
20 Oct. 73 
25 Oct. 73 
29 Oct. 73 
13 Nov. 73 
17 Nov. 73 
6 Dec. 73 



Majors. 



James Sconce, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Archibald Mallock, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Lodwick Warden, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Popham Dicken, Maj'o,-, Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Weldon, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Woulfe Hay, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Frederick Rowcroft, Major, Bengal Staff Corps.... 

Harry De Brett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Obbarrt, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles "Walker Street, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

George Shepherd Stevens, Major, Bombay Staff Corps .... 
William Rice Morland Holroyd, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Germain Watts, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Thomas Lyons Fraser, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

George Bdw. L. S. Sanford, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Fraser S. Lloyd, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Robert Mead, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Smalley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry DarleyCrozier, Major, Royal Engineers , 

Henry Spencer Palmer, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Barton, Major, Royal Engineers , 

Robert Owen Jones, Major, Royal Engineers , 

Valentine Gardner Clayton, Major, Royal Engineers , 

Frederick James Smith, Major', Royal' Engineers 

Thomas Freeman Dowden, Major,_ Royal Engineers 

Arthur Collett Nightingale, Captain, 93 Foot 

Henry Ibbetson Lugarcl, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Smith Maclean, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Andrews Cole, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Andrew Bahner, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

James Keating Clubley, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

FitzRoy Somerset Talbot, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Loftus Alex. Tottenham, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry C. Plunkett Rice, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Durie Osborn, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Stewart White, Major, 92 Foot 

Reginald Kennett Gibb, Major, h.p. 1 West India Regt 

John Augustus Tighe, Captain, 54 Foot 

Norton Knatchbull, Major, 95 Foot 

p.s.c. John Creagh, Captain, 5 Foot 

John Foster Forbes, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Thomas Edmond Strong, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Maxwell Wither Hyslop," Captain, h.p. 93 Foot 

George John Hamilton, Captain, 26 Foot 

Alfred John Ford, 84 Captain, h.p. 1 Foot 

George Fergus Graham, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Alexander Copland, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Daniel Wilson Laught'm, Major, .Madras Staff Corps 

James Fielding Sweeney, Copt. h.p. 83 F. S. O. of Pensioners 

Fred. James Hicks, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Duncan, Major, [loyal Artillery 

p.s.c. John Ryder Oliver, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Peattie Morgan, Major, Royal Artillery , 

George Grote Hannen, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Ford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Afford Dixon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Hart Dyke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Anson Swinton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Stanwix Robertson, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Henry Morris Stanley Clarke, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
George Robertson Hennessy, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Montague Charles Pcrreau, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Simon Fraser M'Gillivray, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Henry Parker, Captain, 17 Foot 

Charles Henry Plowden, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Reginald Whitting, Captain, 8 Foot 

Richard Sadleir, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Shaw Butler Hewetson, Major, Madras Staff Corps ... 

Anthony Durand, Major, Bombay Staff Corps , 

Julius Middleton Boyd, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Harry Dawkins Eardley Wilmot Chester, Major, Bengal S.C.. 

James Black Reid, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

James Nicholas Brutton Hewett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps.., 

William Ruxton Barlow, Major, Royal Artillery , 

Robert Callwcll Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles David Chalmers, Major, Royal Artillery 

Samuel Parr Lynes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Augustus Le Messurier, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Merriman, Major, Royal Engineers 

Julius Barras, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Thomas Nicholls WaUier, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Hallyburton Grace, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Henry Harrison, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Frederick Herbert Ruel, Captain, Royal Marines 

Henry Tristram O'Reilly, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Kennett Gregg Henderson, Major, 60 Rifles 

Hem'v Grattan, Captain, 35 Foot 

Alfred Cook, Captain, 40 Foot 

George Henry John Hafdanc, Major, 64 Foot 

Richard Charles Henry Germon, 'Captain, 9 Foot 

Robert Edward Roe, Captain, h.p. 86 F., S. O. of Pensioners.., 

p.s.c. Robert Charles Goff, Lt. <$■ Copt. Coldstream Guards 

p.s.c. George Kennedy Shaw, Major, 68 Foot 

Philip Edward Victor Gilbert, Major, 13 Foot 



COKNKT, 
md LIEUT. LIEUT. 
OrKNSIGN. 



03 



Dec. 53 30 Apr. 56 
10 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 
S3 23 Nov. 56 
10 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 
10 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 
:o Dec. S3 10 Dec. 56 
o Dec. 53 10 Dec. 56 
Dec. sn 17 Aug. 57 



i Dec. 



t Dec. 
1 Dec. 



CAPTAIN. , MAJOR. 



9 Dec. 53 23 Sept. 57 3 Apr. 63 9 Dec 
9 Dec. 53 25 Sept. 57 24 June 63 9 Dec. 73 
9 Dec. 53 9 Nov. 55 9 Dec. 65 9 Dec. 73 
9 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 9 Dec. 65 9 Dec. 73 
9 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 9 Dec. 65 9 Dec. 73 
'10 Dec. 65jioDec. 73 
10 Dec. 65; 10 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 65 ! io Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 65! 10 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 
Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 
Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 
_. Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 
8 Feb. 66|io Dec. 73 

3 Feb. 66] 10 Dec. 73 
2 Dec. 64! 1 1 Dec. 73 
:i Dec. 65J11 Dec. 73 

27 Feb. 66111 Dec. 73 

4 Mar. 66] ir Dec. 73 
20 Apr. 66jn Dec. 73 

6 June 66 11 Dec. 73 
6 June66in Dec. 73 
.14 Oct. 68 J 11 Dec. 73 
31 Oct. 68 11 Dec. 73 
23 Nov. 60 14 Dec. 73 
14 Dec. 65I 14 Dec. 73 
4 Dec. 65 14 Dec. 73 
4 Dec. 65 14 Dec. 73 
4 Dec. 65 14 Dec. 73 

4 Dec. 65 14 Dec. 73 

5 Aug. 64I17 Dec. 73 
Dec. 65 20 Dec. 73 



4 Oct. 57 

8 Oct. 56 
-8 Oct. 56 

7 Dec. 65 27 Aug. 58 
3 June 56 27 Aug. 58 

20 Dec. 56 

20 Dec. 56 

20 Dec. 56 

20 Dec. 56 

20 Dec. 56 

3 June 36 27 Aug. 58 
13 June 56 27 Aug. 58 

9 Mar. 5s 
-i Jan. 56 

- 53 2 3 Nov. 56 
,. Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 
.4 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 
[4 Dec. 53 iS Apr. 57 

1 Aug. 55 

20 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 *.„ . 
20 Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 65 20 Dec 
Dec. 53 30 July 57 20 Dec. 65 20 Dec 

4 Nov. 53 2 9 Jan. 55 10 July 63 24 Dec. 73 
12 Nov. 58 6 Aug. 61 20 Apr. 6724 Dec. 73 
10 Apr. 55 26 Feb. 58 23 Nov. 60 29 Dec. 73 
29 Doc. 54 9 Mar. 55 30 Nov. 60 29 Dec. 73 
:8 Apr. 54 15 Jan. 56 16 Dec. 60 29 Dec. 73 
4 Jan. 54 20 July 57 4 Jan. 661 4 Jan. 74 

Jan. 54 2 Dec. 58 4 Jan. 66 4 Jan. 74 
_ Dec. 54 9 Mar. 55 21 Dec. 60 6 Jan. 74 
22 Sept. 54 15 June 55 2S Dec. 60 6 Jan. 74 

Aug. 48 18 July 514 Jan. 61 1 7 Jan. 74 
.^ Jan. 54 1 Sept.55'14 Jan. 661 14 Jan. 74 
4 Jan. 54 23 Nov. 56 14 Jan. 66 14 Jan. 74 
Jan. 66 14 Jan. 74 



WHEN 
PLACED ON- 
HALF PAT. 



4 Jan. 54 23 xNov. 50 
_4 Jan. 54 23 Nov. 56 
21 Aug. 49 21 Oct. 53 




14 Mar. 5 
20 Mar. 5 
20 Feb. 4 
24 Mar. 5 
23 Apr. 5 

15 June 5 



23 Mar. „_ 
16 Jan. 55 
13 May 53 
16 Jan. 55 
22 Apr. 55 



, ., Jan. 61 26 Jan. 74 
54 20 June 57 1 Feb. 661 1 Feb. 74 
24 Sept. 55 10 Aug. 64 4 Feb. 74 
24 Sept.55 30 Aug. 64, 4 Feb. 74 
24 Sept.55 15 Oct. 641 4 Feb. 74 
24 Sept.55 16 Oct. 64 4 Feb. 74 
:6 Nov. 64 1 4 Feb. 74 
4 Mar. 65 1 4 Feb. 74 
24 Mar. 65 ' 4 Feb. 74 
24 Mar. 65 [ 4 Feb. 74 
20 Sept. 65 4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 66, 4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 66, 4 Feb. 74 
15 Jan. 61 7 Feb. 74 

14 Feb. 66,14 Feb. 74 

15 Jan. 61 120 " ' 
11 Dec. 6 + |2o_„ 
20 Feb. 66,20 Feb. 



24 Sept.55 
2 Dec. 56 27 Apr. 58 
.2 June 57 27 Apr. 58 
12 June 57 27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
23 Nov. 56 
Oct. 57 
__ Dec. 57 
30 Apr. 58 
12 Dec. 56 
19 June 55 
7 Oct. 57 
23 Mar. 50 
>4 Sept. 55 
14 Sept.55 
26 Aug. 56 
>3 Nov. 56 
: 3 Nov. 56 
11 July 58 
9 Sept. 56 



20 Feb. 66 20 Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 66j2o Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 66 20 Feb. 74 
" 20 Feb. 74 
4 Mar. 74 
11 Mar. 74 
11 Mar. 74 
11 Mar. 74 
11 Mar. 74 
13 Mar. 74 
Mar 



20 Feb. 66 

_,_ 4 Mar. 66 

24 Sept. 57,15 Dec. 64 

24 Sept. 55, 17 Dec. 64 

Oct. 55 1 9 Feb. 65 

Oct. 55 10 May 65 

27 Aug. 58 31 Oct. 68 

27 Aug. 58 31 Dec. 68 13 iNiar. 

7 Mar. 55 ,14 Mar. 66 ir^ Mar. 74 
23 Nov. 56,14 Mar. 66 14 Mar. 74 
23 Nov. 56 14 Mar. 66 14 Mar. 74 
7 Mar. 55 20 Mar. 66 20 Mar. 74 

5 May 53] 4 Feb. 61 21 Mar. 74 
!5 Oct. 57 24 Mar. 66J24 Mar. 74 

6 May 56 30 June 63^27 Mar. 74 



6 Feb. 57 1 8 Feb. 6: 



Dec. 54 25 Apr. 55 15 Feb 



1 Apr. 56 13 Dec. 6: 
1 June 55J22 Feb. 6j 
5 Sept. 54 1 5 Mar. 6i 
9 Mar. 55112 Mar. 6t 
:6 0cc. 55,12 Mar. 6t 



iv. jxpi. 35 -tu wuu. 55,1^ uj-tti. UJ 

13 Jan. 54 26 June 55*23 Mar. 61 



2S Mar. 74 
28 Mar. 74 
Mar. 74 
Apr. 74 
Apr. 74 
Apr. 74 
Apr. 74 
Apr. 74 
F 



94 



Majors. 



Richard Kerr Bayly, Captain, 42 Foot 

George Armand Furse, Captain, 42 Foot 

Alfred Augustus Davidson, Major, Madras Staff Corps .. 

Dudley North, Captain, 47 Foot 

Jonathan Wynyard Haynes, Captain, 2 West India Regt. 

Henry Cooper Seddon, Major, Royal Engineers 

p. s.c. Alexander William Duncan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward John Briscoe, Captain, 20 Foot 

John Frederick Crease, Captain, R. Marine Artillery , 

Wm. Winkworth Allnutt, Captain, Royal Marines 23 Apr. 5529 July 58I 3 Aug. 67 

William Edward Despard. Captain, Royal Marines [26 Oct. 55 14 Apr. 59 3 Aug. 67 

Lionel Lowdham Brett, Major, 2 West India Regt |i 5 Jan. 58 17 Jan. 6o| 1 May 68 

I 6 Feb. 63J23 Aug. 64 13 June6S 



2nd LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 



16 Mar. 55 
29 Mar. 55 
1 Apr. 54 
10 Sept. 58 
25 May 55 



24 Feb. 57 
20 Dec. 54 



2 Oct. 55 
9 Oct. 55 
10 Sept. 56 
15 Oct. 61 
23 Nov. 55 
20 Dec. 56 
7 Apr. 56 
2 Oct. 5S 



CAPTAIN. 



5 July 65 
12 Sept. 65 

1 Apr. 66 

5 June 66 
10 July 66 

3 Aug. 66) 
29 Aug. 66 

3 July 67 



Dec. 56; 3 Aug. 67 



p.s.c. Francis Shirlev Russell, Captain, 

Wm. Owen Lanyon, CMG. Captain, 2 West India ( 



21 Dec. 60(27 July 66 
a6 Feb. 58 8 Aug. 60 

1 Apr. 59 1 2 Dec. 62 
7 Dec. 55 27 Aug. 58 

13 June 56 27 Aug. 58 
13 June 56:27 Aug. 5S 
12 Dec. 56J27 Aug. 5S 

2 July 61 1 8 Jan. 64 
7 Mar. 56 23 Mar. 58 



5 Julv 68 
13 Aug. 68 
22 Aug. 68 
31 Oct. 68 
31 Oct. 68 
31 Oct. 68 
10 Nov. 69 
1 Dec. 69 
1 Apr. 70 



Robert Straker Turton, Major, 2 West India Regt. 

Henry Francis Hutton, Captain, 23 Foot 

Parry Lambert, Major, Royal Engineers 

John'Magee M'Xeile, Major, Royal Engineers 

Colin Campbell Scott Moncrieff, Major, Royal Engineers .. 

Keith Alexander Jopp, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Charles John Burnett, Captain, 15 Foot 

Wm. Aug. Trydell Helden, CMG. Captain, 100 Foot 

William Fowler, Captain, 47 Foot 

p.s.c. Charles Walker Robinson, Captain. Rifle Brigade 

Redvers Henry Buller, CB. Captain, 60 Rifles 

John Cecil Russell, Captain. 12 Lancers 

Arthur John Rait, CB. Captain, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. William Liston Dalrymple, Captain, 88 Foot 

William Francis Butler, 35 CB. Major, h.p. 69 Foot, Deputy 
Assistant Quarter Master General 

H. Garrett Moore, Captain, 88 Foot j 7 June 5526 Oct. 55,19 June 72 

Algernon ^rbuthnot Godwin, Captain, 103 Foot 20 Nov. 60(30 July 6V14 Aug. 72 

Charles James Bromhead, Captain, 24 Foot 30 Aug. 59 '20 Feb. 63 19 Oct. 721 

p.s.c. Robert Wm. Thew Gordon, Captain, 93 Foot 26 Feb. 5S 5 Nov. 61 2g Oct. 

Alex. Herman Adam Gordon, Captain, 65 Foot 21 Se;it.6o 5 Aug. 64I10 Dec 

p.s.c. Hon. Henry John Lindley Wood, Captain, 12 Lancers ...130 Aug. 6428 May 70 

George Ward Chicheley Plowden, Captain. Bengal Staff Corps 4 Apr. 54 23 Nov. 56 

4 Apr. 54 1 12 Nov. 551 4 Apr. 66 
4 Apr. 54I23 Nov. 56: 4 Apr. 66 
4 Apr. 54] 4 June 57 4 Apr. 66 
4 Apr. 54; n Aug. 57: 4 Apr. 66 
4 Apr. 54 30 Apr. 581 4 Apr. 66 

12 June 57 27 xvug. 5810 Nov. 69 

13 Sept. 53 1 8 Dec. 54 25 Mar. 61 

14 Apr. 54! 1 May 55 14 Apr. 66 
25 Sept.55'31 Oct. 5620 May 66 
17 Apr. 54 23 Nov. 56 17 Apr. 66 



10 Jan. 63 9 June 64 1 1 Apr. 70! 
27 Nov. 57 23 Mar. 601 7 May 70I 
23 May 58' 9 Dec. 62 28 May 70! 
18 Sept. 60 16 Aug. 64 28 May 70 

I 1 Oct. 57:10 Aug. 71 

17 July 63I 9 July 68(28 Oct. 71 < 
17 Sept.58 ;i7 Nov. 63' 13 Apr. 72 



1 Apr 

6 May 



John Hayes Lloyd, Major, h.p. Bombay Staff Corps. 

Henry William Harris, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Withers M'Queen, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Welland Henry Hoggan, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Metcalfe Bushby, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Mant, Major, Royal Engineers 

James William Hassell, Captain, 1 Foot 

Charles Edward Stewart, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Alex. M. W. Samson, Major, h.p. 1 West India Regt. 

3JGT Thomas Cadell, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert H. Patrick Doran, Captain, 50 Fdot I 6 June 54 8 Dec. 54 29 Mar. 61 

Henry Wilson Gordon, Major, Bengal Staff Corps | 6 May 54 23 Nov. 56 6 May 66 

Wm. Barclay Gordon Cleaiher, Captain, 47 Foot (13 Oct. 54! 9 Feb. 55! 9 Apr. 61 

Thomas Carr Fletcher, Major, Royal Artillery I12 June 57 27 Aug. 5S 24 Mar. 65 

Francis Warden, Major, 106 Foot 9 June 55] 8 Feb. 57 30 July 62 

Bernard Cracroft, Major, Bengal Staff Corps {15 May 54(21 Feb. 57(15 May 66 

William Henry Surman, Captain, 7 Foot 125 Jaii. 56 15 June 58: 9 Apr. 61 

Francis Wm. Thomas, Captain, Royal Marines 28 June 49(15 Aug. 53 26 Apr. 6 

Robert Isaac Adamson. Major, 18 Foot 

Alfred Austin, Captain, 6 Foot 

Charles Thomas Buntoury. Captain, Rifle Brigade 

James Williamson, Captain, 23 Foot 

Henry Charles B. Tanner, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ... 
Francis Henry Thompson, Major, Madras Staff Corps ... 
George Anthony A. Baker, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ..... 

William John Bell, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Campbell Gunning, Major. Madras Staff Corps 

Lewis George Brown, Major', Bombay Staff Corps 

Herbert Mills Repton, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Rowlandson, Major. Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Wheeler, Major. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Wm. 0. Henderson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Herbert Charles Patton, Major, 22 Foot 

5 5 Foot 

1 "■ is Staff Corps 



26 Jan. 55I19 June 551 1 Apr. 62 
ir June52J S Sept. 54 30 Apr. 61 
2 Feb. 55 8 June 55 30 Apr. 61 
29 Dec. 54 1 23 Mar. 55! 7 May 61 
8 June 54(27 Aug. 58 i 2 Jan. 63 
8 June 54(27 Aug. 58 1 4 Oct. 64 
8 June 54 20 Jan. 57 8 June 66 

8 June 54,13 Apr. 57 j 8 June 66 

9 June 54(23 Nov. 56 ( 9 June 66 
9 June 54 25 May 57} 9 June 66 
9 June 54 1 30 May 57 9 June 66 
9 June 54 1 7 June 57 1 9 June 66 
9 June 54(15 June 57I 9 June 66 

9 June 66 



9 June 54 31 Mar. 5S 

9 July 56 26 Mar. 5S 
12 Mar. 53I 2 Mar. 55 
10 June 54 1 15 Jan. 56 
10 June 54(23 Nov. 56 
10 June 54 23 Nov. 56 10 June 66 
10 June 54123 Nov. 56 10 June 66 
10 June 54I21 Dec. 56 10 June 66 



6 May 62 
9 Oct. 63 
o June 66 
o J 



1 Juno 541 9 July 57(10 June 66110 June 74 



10 June 54 27 Aug. 57(10 June 66 
10 June 54 '29 June 58 10 June 66 
June 54 15 Sept. 56:20 June 66 



Jan. 

4 May 55 



Edward Mus grave Boa don, Ma 

Emerick Streatfeild IJerkelev, - 

Wm. L. N. Knyvett, Major 

Stephen Wm. B. Sherman, Major, Madras Staff Corps ... 

Barnard Hughes Preston. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Brown Boone. Major, Madras Staff Corps ...... 

John Upperton, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

T5% Hanson C. Taylor Jai bengal Staff Corps 

George Murray, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Colin Mackenzie, Major, M; iras Staff Corps 

Archibald OiiiMin Mm my. Major. Madras Staff Corps ... 

Alfred William Adcoek, Major, 16 Foot 

Francis Brodigan, Major, 28 Foot 

Montagu d. ;-:,,,- yc .... (,. a. Clarke, Captain, 50 Foot "^ 

Louis Charles A. A. dc Cctto, Major, R. Artillery 

Henry Andei-son, Maj„r. h.p. Royal Artillery 

Charles Trench, Major, Royal Artillery 

Bertie Shiffner, Captain, 61 Foot 

Thoma a John, Major, 46 Foot 

i'l illips, 'Major, iS Hussars '...'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..."" 26 Sept. 56 26 Mar. 5 

Spencer Ritni 1 1 gt on, M.iior, liombay Staff Corps 20 July 54 30 Jan. 56 20 July 66 

Bichard Oarruthers Budd. Major, Madras Staff Corps '20 July 5420 Oct. 56 20 July 66 

Henry Gillett, Major, 13 Foot 24 Aug. 54 26 June 55 4 June6 

Henry Masterman Thompson, Captain, 82 Foot \ 6 June 54^9 Dec. 54'n June 61 

?.9. nr y George Symons, Major, Madras Staff Corps. ..[['.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. (23 July 54 1 5 May 56*23 July 66 



1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 

1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
14 Apr. 74 

14 Apr. 74 

15 Apr. 74 
17 Apr. 74 
iS Apr. 74 

6 May 74 
10 May 74 
10 May 74 
13 May 74 

15 May 74 

16 May 74 

17 May 74 

22 May 74 

23 May 74 
28 May 74 
30 May 74 

8 June 74 
8 June 74 
8 June 74 

8 June 74 

9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 

to June 74 
10 June 74 
10 June 74 
10 June 74 
10 June 74 
o June 74 
o June 74 



. .1 una ■ 



6 June 54 

S Feb. 53 



8 July 55 
o June 53 



66 
_7 Nov. 63 
Jan. 55 1 2 June 65 
25 Aug. 5410 May 6 
19 Dec. 55 15 Aug. 65 
19 Dec. 55 31 Aug. 65 
19 Dec. 55 20 Sept.65 
23 Apr. 58 10 May 6 
Dec. 54 



June 

June 
20 June 74 
20 June 74 

22 June 74 
27 June 74 
29 June 74 

1 July 74 
1 July 74 

1 July 74 

2 July 74 
8 July 74 

11 July 74 
20 July 74 

20 July 74 

21 July 74 

23 July 74 
23 July 74 



William Burvill Holmes, Major, Royal Engineers ...... ............| 13 June 56 27 Aug. 58 18 Nov. 68(23 July 74 



1 Apr. 74 



May 75 



14 Nov. 74 



8 Sept.75 



Majors 



95 



i. 3 Dr. Gils. Cavalry Depot 

Major, h.p. 2 West India Regt. 



COHNET, 
2nd LIEUT, 
OrENSIGN. 



James Rollings Gordon, Major, 10S Foot 

Julius Dyson Dyson-Laurie^ Captain, 34 Foot 

George Graham Howe Fulton, Ha/or, Bombay Staff Corps . 

Frederick John Keen. Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Wm. Wheler Hume, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

p.s.c. Thomas Gonne, Major, 17 Lancers 
Wm. Blenkinsop. .1/. 
EdwardM'Mah I 
Abel Straghan, ■: 

Henry Franc.- Ilia 1:. J/../.-r, Koval Engineers 

JohnNewbold WHmjii, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Oswald Menzies, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Richard Wm. Charles Winsloe, Major, 21 Foot 

Wm. Gordon Trevor, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Whaley YVa;- : . "/-■ -,-, U -ml .ay Staff Corps 

Edw. Daniel 11; . \ '.art, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wm. Puget La Touche, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Harger, Captain, 25 Foot 

Apsley Cherry, Major, ..Foot 

William Stodda rt . I/.".,-. Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Edmund UY-t. Major, Madras Staff' Corps 

James William O' Do wda, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Stafford Bailey, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 

Edward Gordon Jenkins, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Franklin, Captain, 76 Foot 

Benjamin Williams. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Alexander Boydell Wright, Major, 70 Foot 

John Mathew Biddle, Captain, 2iHussars 

Robert F. H. Macgregor, Capt. h.p. Military Tr. S. O. of Pens. 

Charles James Home, Major, 16 Foot 

St. George Caull'eild. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Hoskyns Phelips, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Colebrooke Lewes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Francis Dent, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

William Norton Persse, Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 

William Mathew Dunbar, Major, 24 Foot 

Edward Birch, Captain, 11 Foot 

John Cobb, Captain, Royal Marines 

Charles George Shale, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Fred. Wm. Richard Clements, Major, Royal Engineers 

Wm. John Lane Milligan, Capt. h.p. Military Tr. S. O. of Pens. 

George Ernest Blew, Major, Bombay Stall' Corps 

Richmond Houghton, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 

Aylmer Vivian, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Alexander John Yi 1m rt, J/. >/-,. 1; .1. ■■;. >• -n' Corps 

Alexander M'C.mii, J/. ■■.', 'Corps 

Frederick Donnelly Harington, M i taff Corps 

Thomas Lownde.-. .1/ ,-. ',...:■. 

Bryan Wm. Br Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Wm . Y : ml> ay Staff Corps 

John Bourchier Fe .v. ick, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Owen Ivon Chalmers, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Elpl. 11 i-t ,.- 1; - [.-, Major, Bengal Stair Corps 

John Picton Warlnw, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

George Tvndall, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Edmund Faunce, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Wm. Campbell, M ijor, Bi ngal Staff Corps 

George Ritso Goodfellow, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Ernest Peake Newman, Captain, 47 Foot '22 Feb. 55 

Newton Robert Buiit. .11, Ma jor, Bengal Staff Corps 3° Dec. 54 

Charles Elphinstone Rerrnie, Major, 44 Foot 19 Nov. 5S 

Richard Fisher Angelo, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Jan. 

Henry Follett Pritchard, Major, Royal Artillery 12 Dee. 57 

Burton faldwin, Major, Royal Artillery 12 Dec. 57 

Son. Ralph Hare, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter John Finch, Major. Uoyal Artillery 11 Dec. 57 

Henry De Grey Warter, Major, Royal Artillery 12 June 57 

Edward Henry Ryan, Major, Royal Artillery 12 June 57 

Robert Ennne't Cane, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Budd, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Haughton, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.e. Francis Sadh-ir Stoney, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Clarke, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Godeffroy Brancker, Major, Royal Artillery 
Donald R. Cameron, Major, Royal Artillery 



3 June si 

6 Feb. 55 

4 Aug. 54 

4 Aug. 54 

5 Aug. 54 

2 Nov. 55 

3 Dec. 53 

7 Nov. 57 

30 July 54 

13 June 56 
20 Aug. 54 

26 Aug. 54 

11 June 53 

31 Aug. 54 
■1 Sept.54 

4 Sept. 54 

6 Sept.54 

12 Nov. 53 

11 May 55 

12 Sept.54 
12 Sept. 54 
12 Sept.54 

19 Sept.54 

20 Sept.54 

14 Sept. 55 

27 Sept. 54 

5 Mar. 58 
25 Sept. 5 7 
17 Dec. 52 

27 Feb. 58 
20 Oct. 54 
20 Oct. 54 

29 Oct. 59 

28 Feb. 55 

5 Jan. 55 
24 Feb. 54 
28 June 49 
iS Feb. 55 

6 June 54 
9 Dec. 54 
9 Dec. 54 
9 Dec. 54 
9 Dec. 54 
9 Dec. 54 

,10 Dec. 54 
|io Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 54 
10 Dec. 54 
20 Dec. 54 
20 Dec. 54 
3 Dec. 



23 Nov. 56 30 July 62,29 July 74 
3 July 55 11 June 61 1 Aug. 74 

June 56 4 Aug. 66| 4 Aug. 74 

June 57 4 Aug. 66 4 Aug. 74 

Feb. 57 5 Aug. 66 5 Aug. 74 

Sept. 57 10 June 62 12 Aug. 74 

Feb. 56 7 Jan. 66 12 Aug. 74 

Jan. 5 1 7 July 67-12 Aug. 74 14 Nov. 74 
. July 56 18 June6i!i3 Aug. 74 
-7 Aug. 58 21 Mar. 69)19 Aug. 74 
10 July 56 20 Aug. 66 20 Aug. 74 
>7 June 57 26 Aug. 66 26 Aug. 74 



LIEUT. 



6 Oct. 54 25 June 61 31 Aug. 74 



27 Nov. 57 
31 Oct. 55 
26 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

1 June 55 

18 Jan. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

!3 Nov. 56 
:i Aug. 57 
8 Dec. 56 

28 May 57 
[6 Apr. 58 

19 May 57 
6 Feb. 59 

5 Feb. 58 

18 Aug. 54 
31 May 59 
23 Nov. 56 

20 Sept. 56 

19 Dec. 55 

14 Apr. 63 
1 Apr. 55 

23 Mar. 55 
1 May 55 
1 Sept.53 

6 July 55 

15 May 57 

17 Apr. 57 - ~v U . "i 
23 Nov. 56 9 Dec. 66 

16 Jan. 57 9 Dec. 66 
31 Jan. 57 9 Dec. 66 



8 Nov. 57 



CAPTAIN. 



LACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



31 Aug. 74 
4 Sept. 74 

4 Sept.74 

6 Sept.74 

7 Sept.74 
10 Sept.74 
12 Sept.74 
12 Sept.74 
12 Sept.74 

19 Sept.74 

20 Sept. 74 
23 Sept.74 



31 Aug. 66 

30 Oct. 62 
4 Sept. 66 

6 Sept. 66 

7 July 61 

29 Oct. 61 
:2 Sept. 66 

2 Sept. 66 

2 Sept. 66 

-9 Sept. 66 
20 Sept. 66 
23 July 61 .., . 
>7 Sept. 66 27 Sept.74 
9 Jan. 6330 Sept.74 
26 July 61 1 2 Oct. 74 

6 Sept. 61 - 7 Oct. 74 

31 Jan. 65 10 Oct. 74 

30 July 62 20 Oct. 74 
20 Oct. 66 1 20 Oct. 74 

1 Nov. 65 31 Oct. 74 
4 Nov. 74 

i June t.2 ri Nov. 74 

2 Sept.62 14 Nov. 74 

7 Sept.63 21 Nov. 74 
'.6 Sept.61 25 Nov. 74 

8 Oct. 61 J 1 Dec. 74 
20 Dec. 661 2 Dec. 74 

8 Oct. 61 1 5 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
10 Dec. 74 
10 Dec. 74 
Dec. 74 



9 Dec. 66 



William Henry Ni 
George O'Cmi'..- . 
William Kemmis. 
Percy Bury Raike 
Edward Drapi-r ., 
Henry Bond, Maji 
Wm. Morritt Barn 
Francis William 
Swinton John 1'-; 
John Watson M. A 
Otway Maj ne Gra 
William Jacob, -U 
Denzil Hammill, 1 
Howell Davis, Ma 
Elliot Seward Ost: 
Patrick Montgomi 
Henry Herbert be 
Anthony Stewart, 
Percy William Po' 
Henry Evelyn Ooi 



al Artillery 



oyal Artillery 

•, Royal Artillery 

rtillery 

i, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

■, Royal Artillery 

'. Bengal StaffCorps 

' -, ; . :■'. StaffCorps.... 



r, 75 Foot 

29 Foot 

n, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
Major, Royal Engineers 



StaffCorps 

- agal StaffCorps , 

<; Madras Staff Corps 



11 Dec 


57 


1 Dec. 


57 


1 Dec. 


57 


20 Jan. 


55 


20 Jan. 


55 


20 Jan. 


5S 


20 Jan. 




6 Jan. 


--.« 


9 Dec. 


S7 


31 Jan. 


55 


3 June 56 


[i Dec. 


57 


4 Feb 


55 



4 Feb. 55 



^ July 58 9 Dec. 66 
23 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 66 

13 Nov* 56 10 Dec. 66 
to Dec. 66; iu jjcu, - /4 
1 > Dec. 66 10 Dec. 74 

10 June 57 J 10 Dec. 661 10 Dec. 74 
9 June 57 10 Dec. 66J10 Dec. 74 

14 July 57,10 Dec. 6 
2 Dec. 57 10 Dec. 66! 10 Dec. 74 

>i May 58'io Dec. 66' 10 Dec. 74 

iioFeb. 57^0 Dec. 66^0 Dec. 74 

30 June57i20 Dec. 66'2oDec. 74 

-.2 Nov. 56 23 Dec. 66123 Dec. 74 

Oct. 61:29 Dec. 74 

June 57*30 Dec. 66 30 Dec. 74 

' 1 Jan. 75 

4 Jan. 75 

7 Jan. 75 

7 Jan. 75 

3 Jan. 75 

16 Jan. 75 

:6 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 

_ _ j6 Jan. 75 

. Mar. 66 16 Jan. 75 

mar. 50 10 Mai'. 66. 16 Jan. 75 
6 Mar. 56 30 Mar. 66 16 Jan. 75 

1 Apr. 66 16 Jan. 75 
5 Apr. 66 16 Jan. 75 
10 May 66 16 Jan. 75 
29 May 66 16 Jan. 75 
1 Aug. 66 16 Jan. 75 
1 Aug. 66 16 Jan. 75 
5 Oct. 66 16 Jan. 75 
20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 75 
. j, 20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 75 

30 July 57 20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 75 

31 Mar. 58 20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 75 
18 Oct. 59 iS Jan. 67 21 Jan. 75 

June 60 16 Jan. 63 23 Jan. 75 
. Sept. 57 31 Jan. 67 31 Jan. 75 
27 Aug. 5S 7 Mar. 63 3 Feb. 75 
27 Aug. 58 10 Nov. 69 3 Feb. 75 

1 Oct. 56 4 Feb. 67 4 Feb. 75 
23 Nov. 56 4 Feb. 67 4 w ° h ~- 
23 Nov. 56 4 Feb. 67 ■ 



,_ Apr. 6o!22 June 67 
^3 Nov. 56 4 Jan. 67 
27/Aug. 58I15 Aug. 67 
27 Aug. 58; 29 Apr. 68 
19 Dec. 55 1 Nov. 65 
27 Aug. 58 3 Aug. 65 
27 Apr. 58 21 Dec. 65 
27 Apr. 50 22 Dec. 65 

6 Mar. 56 26 Dec. 65 

6 Mar. 56 5 Jan. 66 

6 Mar. 5619 Jan. 66 

6 Mar. 56 

6 Mar. 56 27 Feb. 66 

6 Mar. 56 

6 Mar. 50 

6 Mar. 56 

6 Mar. 5c 

7 Apr. 56 
27 Apr. 58 
21 May 58 

7 Apr. 56 

7 Apr. 56 
18 Aug. 58 
23 Nov. 56 



^Feb. 



3 Feb. 75 



9 6 



Majors. 



Montagu Poyntz Ricketts, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Hugh Pearce Pearson, Captain, 12 Foot 

Wm. SimMacleod, Captain, Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Gardiner, Captain, h.p. 98 P. Recruiting Officer at Cork 

John Edward Burton, Captain, 91 Foot 

John Gore Campbell, Major, 104 Foot 

John Rawlins, Captain, 48 Foot 

Henry Blakeney Hayward, Major, 45 Foot 

Alex. John Colvin Birch, Major, Bengal Staff Corps . 

Osmond Barnes, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Morris Moberly, Major, Madras Staff Corps . 
George Augustus Way, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .... 
Edward Charles Ross, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ..... 

Henry Sparke Stabb, Captain, 32 Foot 

p.s.c. Walter Richard Lascelles, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

James Sturgeon Hamilton Algar, Major, 60 Rifles 

p.s.c. Charles Alfred Gorham, Major, Royal Artillery ., 

William Henry Graham, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Moore Dickinson, Major, Madras Staff Corps.. 

Francis Henry Conolly, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Augustus Munro, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .. 

Thomas Key Guthrie, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Francis Firth, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Era. James N. Mackenzie', J/iy'or.'Bengal Staff Corps.. 

Oliver R. Newmarch, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles M'Inroy, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis William Boil'eau, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .. 
Albert O'Halloran Clay, Major, Madras Staff Corps .. 

Marmaduke Ramsay, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Cotton Money, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Richard Matthews, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Charles Edward Fisher, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 



COBNET, 
2nd LIEUT, 
or EW SIGN. 



4 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 56 
20 Nov. 58 
20 Apr. 49 

9 May 54 



4 Sept. 57 
25 Aug. 57 
2 Apr. 59 



WHElf 
j PLACED OW 



3 Sept. 50(22 Oct. 6: 



4 Feb. 67 

5 Oct. 61 1" 6 Feb. 75 

6 July 64 1 26 Feb. 75 



4 Dec. 55 



20 Aug. 53 9 Nov. 55 
9 Apr. 55,16 Oct. 55 
8 July 56 24 Aug. 5S 
2 Mar. 55 3 Nov. 56 
4 Mar. 55 23 Nov. 56 
4 Mar. 5521 Apr. 57 
4 Mar. 55 14 Mar. , 



Mar. 
29 Apr. 56 
20 Feb. 55 
10 May 55 



5 Mar. 55 

7 Mar. 55 

7 Mar. 55 

7 Mar. 55 

7 Mar. 55 

7 Mar. 55 

7 Mar. 55 

7 Mar. 55 

20 Mar. 55 

20 Mar. 55 

20 Mar. 55 

20 Mar. 55 

20 Mar. 55 

28 Mar. 55 

Joseph Gabbett, Captain, Madras Staff Corps '.. [30 Mar. 55 

John Codd Connington, Major, 13 Foot |i8 Dec. 52 1 6 July 55(26 Nov. 6 



16 July 57 
Aug. 56 



22 Oct. 6 
30 July 62 
29 Oct. 6 
14 June 64 
2 Mar. 67 
4 Mar. 67 
4 Mar. 67 

4 Mar. 67 
7 Mar. 67 

5 Nov. 61 



6 July 55115 Nov. 61 
g May 56 17 May 64 

7 Apr. 56} 8 Aug. 66 
7 Apr. 56I24 Aug. 66 

26 Apr. 58 15 Mar. 67 

20 Sept.56 17 Mar. 67 
23 Nov. 56I17 Mar. 67 
23 Nov. 56 17 Mar. 67 
14 June 57 1 17 Mar. 67 

27 June 57:17 Mar. 67 

21 July 57:17 Mar. 67 

22 June 58 17 Mar. 67 

23 Nov. 56! 20 Mar. 67 
23 Nov. 56*20 Mar. 67 

May 57 20 Mar. 67 
12 Feb. 58.20 Mar. 67 
30 Apr. 581 20 Mar. 67 
30 Nov. 55' 28 Mar. 67 
4 Dec. 55I13 Nov. 66 



David Henry Traill, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alexander Jerome Filgate, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Meredith Vibart, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Fred. Stanley Chambers, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Southwell Curzon, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Frederick Pierson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Walter Trevor, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry Charles Wright, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Henry B. Brooke, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis George S. Parker, Captain, 54 Foot 

Wm. H. Clements, Capt. h.p. R. Marines, S. O. of Pensioners 

Samuel Dunlop, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Lyons, Major, Royal Artillery 

Howard Parker, Captain, 15 Foot 

Arthur Hill, Captain, 34 Foot 

Henry C. E. Ward, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John MacDonald Smith, Major, Madras Staff Corps 



12 Dec. 56 27 Aug. 58 31 Oct. 68 
12 June 5727 Aug. 58'3i Oct. 68 
n Dec. 57:27 Aug. 58 31 Oct. 68 

7 Apr. 561 7 Sept. 66 

7 Apr. 56 7 Sept. 66 

12 June 58 27 Aug. 58128 May 6S 

" May 58 ! 30 July 62 

Mar. 57; 16 July 64 



4 Apr. 55 
4 Apr. 55 



4 Apr. 55 j 26 July 57 j 4 Apr. 67 



lajo 
John Douglas Johnstone, Maj 
William Henry Moffatt, Capta 



Feb. 55 3 Dec. 6: 

18 Oct. 53^3 Dec. 61 

7 Apr. 56 1 10 Oct. 66 

7 Apr. 56 19 Oct. 66 

23 Nov. 56 j 1 Jan. 62 1 1 Apr. 75 

1 May 55; 16 Oct. 55 1 7 Jan. 62116 Apr. 75 

,20 Apr. 5523 Nov. 56 20 Apr. 6720 Apr. 75 

1 20 Apr. 55 j 5 Apr. 60 20 Apr. 67 20 Apr. 75 



8 Aug. 54 
June 49 



20 Oct. 55 



23-eeo. 75 
23 Feb. 75 

25 Feb. 75 

26 Feb. 75 
7 Feb. 75 
2 Mar. 75 
4 Mar. 75 
4 Mar. 75 
4 Mar, 

7 Mar. 75 
x 8 Mar. 75 
jo Mar. 75 
r o Mar. 75 
t o Mar. 75 
t o Mar. 75 
t 5 Mar. 75 
j7 Mar. 75 
7 Mar. 75 
7 Mar. 75 
7 Mar. 75 
7 Mar. 75 
7 Mar. 75 

2 7 Mar. 75 
o Mar. 75 
o Mar. 75 

2 o Mar. 75 
o Mar. 75 
o Mar. 75 

■8 Mar. 75 

Mar. 75 
T Mar. 75 

Mar. 75 
^1 Mar. 75 
*i Mar. 75 

1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
4 Apr. 75 
4 Apr. 75 

i4 Apr. 75 

13 Apr. 75 
i4 Apr. 75 

14 Apr. 75 
Apr. 75 



r, 33 Foot I27 Oct. 541 9 Feb. 55 22 Jan. 62 28 Apr. 75 

, 19 Foot I16 Mar. 55 12 Dec. 56: 4 Feb. 62 28 Apr. 75 

, Major, 63 Foot I 2 Nov. 55 24 June 59 9 Nov. 66 2S Apr. 75 



Charles Henry 

George Campbell Ross, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 
John Magee Hey wood, Major, Royal Engineers... 
Francis James Rivers, Maj or, Madras Staff Corps. 

Edw. Henry E. Kauntze, Major, Bengal Staff Corps iii May 55 29 Feb. 56 n May 67 11 May 75 

William Gordon Alexander, Captain, 93 Foot '16 Jan. 55J 1 May 55 18 Feb. 62 13 May 75 

Henry Francis Hornsby, Major, 102 Foot I 9 June 54 23 Nov. 56 30 July 62 22 May 75 

p.s.c. Colville Frankland, Major, 103 Foot .". I 7 Sept.56 " 



19 June 57 30 July 58 11 Feb. 62 29 Apr. 75 
13 June 56 27 Aug. 58 10 Nov. 69 3 May 75 
4 May 55 23 Dec. 56 4 May 67 4 May 75 



Charles Frederick Bond, Maj 

Henry Jardine Hallowes, Captain, 15 Foot 

James Stirling Mould, Captain, Royal Marines 

Alfred F. P. Harcourt, Major, Bengal Staff' Corps 

Charles Lewis Raikes, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Aug. Marshall Phillips, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ... 
AVilliam George Murray, Major, h.p. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Jacob, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry Collett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

James Miller, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George B. Farrington, Major, Madras Staff Corps 



Aug. 



Feb. 63 22 May 75 



105 Foot 110 Dec. 54 23 Nov. 56 31 Oct. 63 22 May 75 

. it Fnnh Itt Ma.¥ cc tt Sprit. niS Feb 6->l™ Aiqtt *,r 



May 55 11 Sept.57 iS Feb. 62^29 May 75 
3 Jan. 50 17 Feb. 541 1 Mar. 62 29 May 75 
8 June 55 23 Nov. 56! S June 67 8 June 75 
8 June 55 23 Nov. 56 ' S June 67 j 8 June 75 j 
8 June 55 27 Dec. 56 8 June 67 8 June 75' 
8 June 55 1 May 57 1 8 June 67 8 June 75 14 Feb. 76 
8 June 55' 19 June 57 8 June 67 8 June 75 
8 June 55:27 June 57 8 June 67 8 June 75 

8 June 55 23 Sept.57 s Jnne 67 1 8 June 75 

9 June 55 10 Sept. 56 1 9 June 67} 9 June 75 



William Charles Plant, Major, Madras Staff Corps 9 June 55 23 Nov. 56! 9 June 67 9 June 75 



Edw. Lacon Ommanney, Major, Uengal Staff Corps | 9 June 

Henry M. B. Burlton, Major'. Bengal Stall Corps 12 June 55 23 Nov. 56 

Peter A. Van Homrigh, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
Horaco Francis de Lousaua, Major, Madras Staff C 
Knox Rowan Niven, Major, 1 West India Regiment 

William Chisholm, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Godson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

James Lewis Bradshaw, Captain, 80 Foot 

George William Borradaile, Major, Royal Artillery 
Thomas \V. Sanders, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
Arthur John Doig, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
William John Seaton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
George Bertie B. Hobart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Adair Tracey, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Strahan, Major, Koyal Artillery 

Henry John Francis Shea, Major, Royal Artillery'' 
Reginald C. W. Mitford, Major, Uengal Staff Corps' 



Aug. 57 1 9 June 67 9 June 75 

Nov. 56' 1 2 June 67 12 June 75 

2 June 55 23 Nov. 56 12 June 67 12 June 75 

20 June 5529 May 57 20 June 67 20 June 75 

19 Nov. 62 9 Sept.64; 2 Dec. 68 23 June 75 

25 June 55 23 Nov. 56 25 June 67,25 June 75 

4 July 55 23 Nov. 56; 4 July 67 4 July 75 

27 Jan. 57(30 July 58 28 Oct. 68 to July 75 

ii Dec. 5727 Aug. 58 3 Aug. 65 14 July 75 

16 July 55 23 Nov. 56 16 July 67 16 July 75 

1 Feb. 57(16 July 67^6 July 75 

o June 58,20 July 67; 20 July 75 

7 Apr. 56 14 Nov. 66 24 July 75 

7 Apr. 5,6 6 Dec. 66 24 July 75 

7 Apr. 56 10 Dec. 66 24 July 75 

7 Apr. 56: 1 Jan. 67 24 July 75 

30 Apr. 58 25 July 67I25 .luly 75 



July 55, 
-July 55 



25 July 55 



Charles Su-mhoe. Major, Bombay Stall' Corps 27 July s5 8 Sept. so 27 July 67 27 July 75 

John linggs, Capta, n, 82 Foot ' 2 8 j. m . s6 z? Mar. 58 10 Mar. 6229 Jufr 75 

J-rancis Lean, Captain, Koyal Marines I30 Dec. 50 24 Feb. 54 27 Mar. 62 2 Aug. 75 

I ho.nas jMnimiU Adams, Major, 45 Foot 2 o Dec. 54(13 Apr. 55 ,4 June 64! 4 Aug. 75 

Edward Micklem, J/ryo,-, Royal Engineers | |i 5 May 57 1 12 Mar. 67)12 Aug. 75 



Majors. 



97 



i Sept.55 

4 Sept.55 
4 Sept.55 
4 Sept.55 



20 Dec. 
Dec. 

21 Sept.55 
21 Sept.55 

2 June 58 

3 Dec. 50 



12 Jan. 55 
26 Sept.55 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT 
Or ENSIGN. 

John William Hindle, Major, Madras Staff Corps 20 Aug. 55 

Charles Francis Moore, Major, Madras Staff Corps 20 Aug. 55 

Wentworth Henry King-Harman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Strong Seccotnbe, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh P. R. F. Crawfurd, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Anthony Wingfield, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Stephens Jago, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert B. P. P. Campbell, J/«./or, Bengal Staff Corps 

Joseph Charles Smyth-Windham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wm. Bruce Raikes Hall, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Thomas Budgeu, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Broadrick, Major, Royal Artillery , 

Edward C. L. Durnf'ord, Captain, Royal Marine Artillery . 
Edward Gladstone, 90 Captain, h.p. Royal Marine Artillery. 

Frederick Tynte Warburton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles D. Barnes, Major, Madias Stall' Corps 

Murray D. V. T. Grant, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Alexander Chorley Davidson, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Lawson, Captain, 59 Foot 

Edward Hovcll Thurlow, Major, Royal Artillery 

Son. Alexander Stewart, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.i.c. Alexander Lyon Emerson, Major, 28 Foot 

Francis Weldon, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 

Herbert A. T. Nepean, Major, Madras Staff Corps 26 Sept.55 

Josiah Wilkinson, Major, 105 Foot J 4 Mar. 57 

Reginald Bythell, Maj or, Bombay Staff Corps 2 Oct. 55 

Alex. Graham Owen, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Oct. 55 

Robert Adam Wauchope', Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Oct. 55 

Hugh Arthur Lewes, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Oct. 55 

Lechmere Russell, Major, Bombay Stall' Corps 4 Oct. 55 

Charles Aylmer Liardet, Major, Madras Staff Corps 4 Oct. 55 

Henry Kerr, Captain, 7 Foot 26 Jan. 55 

Henry George Saunders, Major, Bengal Stafl" Corps 20 Oct. 55 

Josias Dunn, Captain, 89 Foot 9 Feb. 55 

Henry Waring, Major, 2 Foot 5 Jun e 57 

Eustace Lovelace Hercy, Major, 2 Foot 5 Feb. 58 

•Charles O'Loughlin L. Prendergast, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 23 Oct. 55 

Wm. Walpole Murdoch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Delaval Tarleton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Shearman, Captain, 1 West India Regiment 

Aubrey Harvey Tucker, Major, 68 Foot , 

John M'Mullin, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Hutton, Major, 61 Foot 

Henry Pountney Darwall, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ross Thompson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Stanley Crozier, Major, 43 Foot 

Charles Stuart Blair', Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Blakesley, Major, 3 Foot 

John Liston, Major', Bengal Staff Corps 

Alfred FitzHugli, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Horace Hudlexton, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Russell Morland Skinner, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

JohnEwing, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Richard Thomas Hare, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Fred. P. AV. Freeman, Major, Bengal Stair Corps 

William V. F. Jacob, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Horatio Samuel Court, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Wheeler, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Acton Chaplin Havelock, Major, Madras Staff Corps , 

Duncan M'Neill, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Montagu M'Kierson' Battye, Captain, 10 Foot 

Montagu Hall, Major, 101 Foot 

Frederick Francis Daniell, Major, 75 Foot 

Henry Morton, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Richard Eraser Litchfield, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William Thomas Eden, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

George Nicholas Pepper, Captain, 31 Foot 

John Valentine Hesse, Captain, 58 Foot 

Edward Roden Cottmgham, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Claudius Auchinleck, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Sheppard Harvey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cosmo Gordon, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 

Arthur Robert Chapman, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward C. Codringtou, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Pyne Grant, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Samuel Cotter Kyle, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Charles St. John, Major, Madras Staff Corps .. 

William Sanders, Captain, Royal Marines 

Elborough Martin Woodcock, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
Hon. Albert B. de Montmorency,' Major, Royal Artillery... 

Edward Willam West, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Robert Groves Sandeman, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

p.s.c. Joseph Hodgson Fawcett, Major, h.p. 1 Foot 

Ussher Lee Morris, Captain, Royal Marines 

Charles Patton Chambers, Major, 107 Foot 

William Thomas Brown, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
Richard Samuel Roberts, Major, Madras Staff Corps 



19 Jan. 55 
13 Sept.53 
16 Nov. 55 
29 May 49 

n June 58 
8 June 55 
4 Dec. 55 
7 May 58 
7 Dec. 55 
7 Dec. 55 
7 Dec. 55 
7 Dec. 55 
7 Dec. 55 
7 Dec. 55 

7 Dec. 55 

8 Dec. 55 
8 Dec. 55 
8 Dec. 55 
8 Dec. 55 
8 Dec. 55 

23 Nov. 55 
1 Mar. 52 
13 Aug. 58 

20 Dec. 55 
20 Dec. 55 
20 Dec. 55 

6 June 54 
8 Jan. 58 



4 Jan. 56 
4 Jan. 56 
4 Jan. 56 
4 Jan. 56 

o Jan. 56 
26 June 5 
4 Feb. 56 
2 June 58 

7 Feb. 56 

8 Feb. 56 
4 Aug. 54 

30 Dec. 51 
14 June 56 
20 Feb. 56 



Oct. 5620 Aug. 67'2o Aug. 75 
1 Sept-57|20 Aug. 07|20 Aug 
21 June 56 30 Mar. 67 21 Aug. 75 
21 June 56' 3 Apr. 67(21 Aug. 75 
10 Apr. 58J 1 Sept.67 1 Sept.75 
23 Nov. 56 4 Sept.67 4 Sept.7 

23 Nov. 56 4 Sept.67 4 Sept.75 
2 Sept.57| 4 Sept.67 4 Sept.75 

21 June 56: 6 July 671 S Sept.75 
21 June 56 6 July 67! 8 Sept.75 
21 June 56 6 July 67I 8 Sept.75 
21 June 56 6 July 67 3 Sept. 7 

24 Feb. 54 27 Mar. 62 14 Sept.7 

4 Feb. 54)27 Mar. 6215 Sept.7 

5 May 57|i2 Mar. 67 vo Sept.7 
Oct. 5821 Sept.67 -1 Sept.75 



7 Apr. 

7 Aug. 58 
3 Dec. 52 

21 June 56 
:i June 56 
3 July 55 
13 Nov. 56 

2 Feb. 58 
9 Feb. 58 

8 Apr. 59 

3 Nov. 56 
7 Feb. 57 

10 May 57 
1 July 58 
7 Jan. 59 

7 July 55 
1 Jan. 57 

21 Oct. 55 

3 Apr. 58 
1 Feb. 59 
1 Sept.67 
1 June 56 

Aug. 56 

5 Sept. 56 

6 Nov. 54 

8 Oct. 61 

9 Jan. 55 
10 Aug. 56 
27 Aug. 58 

8 Jan . 56 

1 Dec. 57 

4 May 60 

7 Oct. 56 

3 Nov. 56 
1 June 57 

5 June 57 

6 July 57 
27 Apr. 58 
30 Apr. 5S 

4 June 57 

25 Aug. 57 
,0 Apr. 5S 

May 5S 

5 Nov. 58 
30 July 57 

1 Feb. 56 

6 Dec. 59 
30 Apr. 58 

Jan. 59 

26 May 59 
15 June 55 
15 June 59 
10 Aug. 56 
10 Aug. 56 
10 Aug. 56 

5 Feb. 57 
24 Sept. 57 

Sept. 57 
24 Mar 
10 Aug. 56 

7 Aug. 59 
24 Feb. 54 

23 May 57 
7 Aug, 
4 Feb. 57 

6 Aug. 57 

2 Jan. 55 

24 Feb. 54 
30 Apr. 58 

3 Feb. 58 



Sept.67 21 Sept.75 
9 June 68 21 Sept.75 
7 Apr. 62 22 Sept.75 
6 July 6722 Sept.75 
6 July 67 ;: Sept.75 



. r „Feb. 5629 Sept. 60 

John Foott, Captain, h.p. 3 Foot 5 J u| y 55 IO Sept. 58 

Joseph George Shanks, Captain, Royal Marines 

Arthur Charles Joshua M'Meekau, Captain, Royal Marines 

Henry Peter P. Xash, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Anderson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Edmund G. Morrogh, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Richard Mercer Lloyd. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Arthur Marriott Lys, Major, Madras Staff Corps 



14 Sep'.' 7 


22 Sept.75 


26 :-ept.. - . ■ -ept.75 


26 bept ' - ■' Sept.75 


31 Jan. • 7 . y >ept. 75 


2 Oct. 67 2 Oct. 75 


4 Oct. 67 4 Oct. 75 


4 Oct. 67 4 Oct. 75 


4 Oct. 67! 4 Oct. 75 


4 Oct. 67 4 Oct. 75 


4 Oct. 67 4 Oct. 75 


11 Apr. 62; iq Oct. 75 


20 Oct. 67! 20 Oct. 75 


11 Apr. 62 21 Oct. 75 


3 May 64 23 Oct. 75 


14 .Mar. "5 23 Oct. 75 


23 Oct. 6723 Oct. 75 


6 July 67 28 Oct. 75 


11 July 6729 Oct. 75 


11 Apr. 62I 2 Nov. 75 


26 Oct. 62U3 Nov. 75 


16 Nov. ' 7 10 Nov. 75 


17 Apr. 62 17 Nov. 75 


24 Sept.67 17 Nov. 75 


6 Dec. 68 20 Nov. 75 


30 Apr. 64 i 1 Dec. 75 


4 Dee. ■ - 4 Dec. 75 


8 Ms .6 Dec. 75 


7 Dec. 07, 7 Dec. 75 


7 Dec. 67 7 Dec. 75 


7 Dec. 67 7 Dec. 75 


7 Dec. 67 7 Dec. 75 


7 Dec. 67 7 Dec. 75 


7 Dec. 67 7 Dec. 75 


7 Dec. 07 7 Dec. 75 


8 Dec. 67I 8 Dec. 75 


8 Dec. 67 


8 Dec. 75 


8 Dec. 67 


8 Dec. 75 


8 Dec. 67 


8 Dec. 75 


8 Dec. 67 


3 Dec. 75 


17 Apr. 62 11 Dec. 75 


30 July 6218 Dec. 75 


S May 67 18 Dec. 75 


20 Dec. 67 20 Dec. 75 
20 Dec. 67'2o Dec. 75 


20 Dec. 67 20 Dec. 75 


22 Apr. 62 22 Dec. 75 


6 May 62 23 Dec. 75 


21 Aug. 67 


23 Dec. 75 



10 Oct. 


67 


[2 Oct. 


67 


4 Jan 


68 


4 Jan. 


68 


4 Jan. 


68 


4 Jan. 


68 


6 Dec. 


67 


., Max- 





3 July 68 

7 Feb. 68 

8 Feb. 68 
8 Aug. 65; 
6 May 62 1 

28 Dec. 65'] 
20 Feb. 68 : 



Jan. 76 
Jan. 76 
Jan. 76 
Jan. 76 
Jan. 76! 
Jan. 76 
Jan. 7 6| 
• : in, 7" 
1 v 76 



Feb. 76 ! 

Feb. 76 

Fell. oFeb. 76 

Feb. 76 

Feb. 761 

Feb. 76 



:o Feb. 68 '20 Feb. 76) 

6 May 62^7 Feb. 76 26 Aug. 76 

Dec. 51I24 Feb. 54 22 May 62I27 Feb. 76 

Dec. 51(24 Feb. 54 22 May 62 1 Mar. 71 

4 Mar. 56^23 Nov. 56 4 Mar. 68 4 Mar. ;• 

4 Mar. 56 23 Nov. 56 4 Mar. 68 4 Mar. 76 

4 Mar. 56,31 Oct. 57 4 Mar. 63 4 Mar. 76 

4 Mar. 56 12 June 58 4 Mar. 68' 4 Mar. 76 

4 Mar. 56.11 Jan. 60 1 4 Mar. 68! 4 Mar. 76I 



9 s 



Majors. 



Edward Albert Wood, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Alfred Bloomfield, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

p.s.c. Samuel Boulderson, Major, i7Lancers 

John G. Erskine Griffiths, Major, Bombay Staff Corps. 

John Herschell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Francis Binwuc, Captain, 35 Foot 

Charles Sidney Williams, Captain, Royal Marine Artillery 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT., 
Or ENSIGN. 



4 Mar. 56 28 Apr. 60 

7 Mar. 56 23 Aug. 59 
20 Nov. 56 23 Jan. 57 

9 Mar. 56! 3 Mar. 61 
12 Dec. 56 27 Aug. 58 

4 Nov. 5423 Nov. 56 
27 Dec. 52 24 Feb. 54 



CAPTAIN. 



4 Mar. 68 
7 Mar. 68 

17 Nov. 63 
9 Mar. 68 
[o Not. 69 
6 June 62 
June 62 



4 Mar. 76 

7 Mar. 76 

8 Mar. 76 

9 Mar. 76 
10 Mar. 76 
17 Mar. 76 

Mar. 76 



WHEN- 
PLACED OH 
HALF PAY. 



; Gordon Blair, Captain, 14 Foot j 7 Mar. 56 5Sept.57 1 July 62 20 Mar. 76 

Edward Cunningham, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 20 Mar. 56 23 Nov. 56 20 Mar. 68:20 Mar. 76 

Charles Edward Wright, Captain, 96 Foot '27 Nov. 57 15 Apr. 59 8 July 62(30 Mar. 76' 

Isaac Peat Westmorland, Major, Royal Engineers . 



Arthur Charles Padday, Major, Royal Engineers, 

Philip Homan Eyre, Major, 38 Foot 

John Henry Lloyd, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Algernon Russell, Major, Royal Artillery.. 

Arthur Pamell. Major, Royal Bnirineers 

Alex. Tnlloch Rolla'nd, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Watson Sparks, Captain, 7 Foot 

Squire, Charles, Captain, 74 Foot 



12 Dec. 56 27 Aug. 
Dec. 56 27 Aug. 



10 Aug. 54' 2 Feb. 55 25 July 6 
12 Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 15 Feb. 66 

11 Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 26 Feb. 67 
15 May 57 8 May 67 

4 Apr. 56 26 Jan. 57 4 Apr. 68 
6 Mar. 55 3 Aug. 55I i S July 6 



10 Nov. 69:30 Mar. 76 
10 Nov. 69 30 Mar, 76 



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Apr. 76 1 

1 Apr. 76 1 

1 Apr. 76* 

4 Apr. 76 

5 Apr. 76. 



,29 July 53 2 4 Sept. 5 6;i8 July 62| 5 Apr. 76 

Edmund Bacon Button, Major, 1 Dragoons I30 Mar. 60 23 Sept. 62 8 May 67 10 Apr. 76 

13 Nov. 58 15 Oct. 61 11 July 65J12 Apr. 76, 
4 Sept. 59 25 May 6i| 4 Sept.71 12 Apr. 76 
12 June 58 27 Aug. 58 13 Oct. 68127 Apr. 76 
12 June 58 27 Aug. 58*13 Nov. 68128 Apr. 76 

aoAug. 56I 1 Jan. 6829 Apr. 761 

4 May 56' 3 May 59 4 May 68 4 May 76 



William Whitla, Captain, 10 Foot. 

V€ George Nicolas Channer, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wm. Henry Montgomerie, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Bisset, Major, Royal Artillery [[ 

Wm. Stopford Maunsell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis B. Middleton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Edward Temple, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Benjamin Gerrard Parsons, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Stewart Hervey Bruce. Captain, 102 Foot 

Lionel Smith Warren, Major, 65 Foot .'...... 

p.s.c. George Gant Beazley, Captain, 83 Foot 

Edward Alex. Wood, Major, 10 Hussars " 

Charles C. Sargeaunt, Major, Madras Staff Corps ........... 

Fred. John George Murray, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards 

William Thomas Much, Captain, 24 Foot 

Thomas B. Shaw-Hellier, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards ........ 

Charles Morley Bald ers, Captain, 1 Dragoon Guards ........ 

George Gordon Young, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Frederick Lance, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Thomas Harris. Major, Madras Staff Corps"...!!'.!'.!!! 

Clement James Griffiths, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Charles Garstin, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Richard William Erskine Dawson, Major, iS Foot !.'.'!! 

John Sprot Tait, Major, t 2 Lancers !!!!!!!!!! 

Ayrton Pulla.n, Major, Bengal Staff Corps !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Charles Case, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Charles tdny, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ...!!!!!!!! 
Llewellyn Wavell, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
William Donnelly Palmer, Major, Bengal Staff Corps !!!!! 
David Fred. Moore Lane, Major, Madras Stall' Corps...!!!!! 

Robert Blackall Graham, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ..... 

William Henry Hodges, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

May J. James Mignon, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Edward James Watson, Major, Madras Staff Corps ...!!!!! 

John Hunter Knox, Major, 14th Hussars !!!!! 

James Fitzgerald, Major, Bengal Staff Corps.... 

Robert William May Wetherell, Major, 16 Foot ! !! 

p.s.c. Hastings D'Oyly Farrington, Captain, 73 Foot '!'.!.!.!! 

Francis Hood Gregory, Major, 15 Hussars !!!!!!" 

Joseph Barnard Smith, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ' ".'"!"" 

TheophilnsHigginson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Alexander Cook, Major, Madras Staff Corps !!!!!!.! 

Thomas Henry Stoton, Major, Madras Staff Corps'.'.!!!!!! ' 
Richard Talbot P. Stapleton, Captain, 19 Hussars 

Nathaniel Crichlow Ramsay, Major, 25 Foot !!!...!!!.. 

Thomas Reid Davidson, Major, Bengal Staff Corps !!!!.!!! 
Hamilton Chapman. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Edward Baldwin Wake, 'Captain, 21 Hussars 

Montagu Willis Ommanney, Major, Royal Artiiiery 

p.s.c. Charles Whitworth Lloyd, Captain, 16 Foot ...!!!!!. 

Samuel George Huskisson, Capta in, 80 Foot .!!!!!! 

Charles Manners Sutton Fail-brother, Captain, 19 Hussars' 

Robert Berkeley, Major, 29 Foot 

Charles Mansfield Clarke, Major, 

George Farquhar Kayo, Captain, : 

Archibald Lewis I'lavlair, Maj,,r, 

Robert Holt True]], Major, 53 Foo 

Joseph Hi aufha 1,111 I., '.'"gel , < 

Edgar Hastings Thomas, Major, 3 

John Maedougall, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William Swyni'en Jarvis, Major, 101 Foot " 

Charles Hay tor, Major, Madras Staff Corps '" 

George Baret Stokes, Captain, 108 Foot "" 

Edmund George Battiseombe, Major, Royal Artiiiery 
Charles Richard Cock, Major, Bengal Staff Corps . 
Frederick Hammond, "Manor, Bengal Staff Corps 
Lacy Bowring " 
Constantino Us 
George Stewart 
George ( on n 1 
Maurice Tu < cd 

Wm. Nesbitt W 

Frederick Thou 



Grant Blunt, Major, Royal Engineers 



>•, Madras Staff Co'rps 
, r, -nth Foot 

eii'jal Staff Corps 

-, Madras Staff Corps 

- Stafl Corps 

I//, r, Madras Staff Corps 
ey, Major, Bombay Staff Corps.. 



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15 May 56 26 Apr. 58115 May 68 
17 Nov. 54 2 Mar. 55 19 Dec. 61 
23 Nov. 52 18 Aug. 54I 8 Sept. 63 
17 Aug. 52; 1 Dec. 54 29 July 62 

15 July 58 30 Sept.5 9 li3 July 67 
31 May 56 17 Apr. 58 31 May 68 

16 May 6217 Nov. 63 17 Apr. 69 
11 Feb. 62 14 Mar. 65 14 Nov. 74 
27 Sept. 61 7 Apr. 63J17 Apr. 67 
25 May 55 ! 9 Oct. 57 29 July 62 
13 June 56,23 Nov. 56 13 June6S 
13 June 56 14 Sept.57|i3 June 6S 

3 June 5616 Apr. 58 13 June " 



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:o Feb. 55 iS Jan. 56 n Dec. 63 14 June 76 
8 July 62' 3 i Jan. 65 13 June 68 14 June 76 

4 June 56 26 Dec. 56 14 June 68 14 June 76 
4 June 5627 June 57I14 June 6S 14 June 76 
4 June 56 27 June 57 14 June 6S 14 June 76 
4 June 56 25 Aug. 57 14 June 68 14 June 76 
4 June 56 18 Sept. 57 14 June 6s 14 June 76 
4 June 56' 3 1 Mar. 58 14 June 68 14 June 76 
4 June 56 30 Apr. 58 14 June 68 14 June 76 

14 June 56 17 Sept. 58 H June 68,14 June 76 
14 June 5625 Feb. 59 14 June68| I 4 June 76 

4 June 56 6 July 60 14 June 68; "4 June 76 
o Mar. 58/8 Feb. 61 2 Oct. 66 15 June 76 
6 June56'3o Apr. 58 16 June 68 1° June 76 

5 Apr. 58,23 Mar. 60 2 Nov. 66 '22 June 76 
8 July 56 ^p July 58 29 July 62,24 June 76 
8 Oct. 61 20 Sept.64 13 June 6S 24 June 76 

6 June 56^0 Apr. 5S 26 June 68 J 26 June 76 
6 June 56 24 July 58 26 June 68 26 June 76 

26 June 56 j 2 Feb. 59 
26 June 561 4 Apr. 61 
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57 Foot 

:i Hussars 

Bengal Staff Corps ....!!!! 

'•, Madras Staff Corps "!!.'." 
ladras Staff Corps 



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4 July 57 

5 July 56 
5 July 56 
oOct. 53 
1 Dec. 57 

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20 Oct. 55 
24 Sept. 5. 

1 Mar. 56 
20 Oct. 55 

5 Aug. 56 
13 June 56 
16 Aug. 56 
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29 Aug. 56 
9 Dec. 52 

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26 Apr. 56 

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11 Sept. 60 
18 Nov. 59 
20 Nov. 56 
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29 Oct. 57 

22 Feb. 57 
7 May 60 
3 Aug. 5 S 

30 Apr. 58 
30 Dec. 59 

23 Nov. 56 



8 Sept. 57 
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28 Dec. 57 
3 July 60 
1 Sept. 57 
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28 Apr. 58 
aa Mar. 04 
l'5 May 57 



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19 Aug. 62 
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15 July 68 
30 July 62 
13 May 67 
23 Nov. 70 
10 Jan. 7: 
30 July 62 
13 Feb. 63 
25 Sept 67 
30 July 62 

5 Aug. 68 
30 June 63 

16 Aug. 6S 
16 Aug. 68 

20 Aug. 6S 
8 Dec. 65 

29 Aug. 68 

30 July 62 



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20 Sept. 68 
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6 Sept. 68 
6 July 67 



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26 July 76 
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5 Aug. 76 
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29 Aug. 76 

1 Sept. 76 
1 Sept. 70 
4 Sept. 76 
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10 Sept. 76 
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25 Sept, 76 
20 Sept. 76 
20 Sept. 76 
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Major* 



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CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
Ol-EN-SIGN. 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 

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7 Dec. 55,20 Aug. 57 31 Aug. 69 
9 June 54 23 Nov. 56 30 July 62 

8 Apr. 55 15 Feb. 56 19 Aug. 62 
2 Dec. 56I27 Aug. 58 10 Not. 69 
1 June 58 27 Aug. 5SJ10 Nov. 69 
6 June 54' 8 Dec. 54I25 Aug. 62 

" . 56J 6 July 59 15 May 56 
10 Oct. 68 
20 Oct. 6S 
20 Oct. 68 
19 July 64 
27 Aug. 62 

4 Nov. 68 
26 July 63 
22 Nov. 64 

2 Sept. 62 



Joseph Alex. Smith, Major, 1 West India Regiment ... 

James Stephen Nicholson, Captain, 10S Foot 

Richard Armstrong, Captain, 40 Foot 

Oliver B. C. St. John, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alexander Thomas Fraser, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Godfrey Baldwin, Captain, 19 Foot 

Shapland Graves, Major, 3 Foot 

Francis Gellie, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Oct. 56 17 Nov. 57 

Thomas Trucman, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 20 Oct. 56 20 July 58 

John Jo pp, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 20 Oct. 56! 4 Aug. 60 

John Crosland Hay, Major, 92 Foot 15 May 55,14 Dec. 55 

Geoffrey Maoris, Captain, Royal lVLarin.es 27 Dec. 52^4 Feb. 54 

Charles Campbell Hewetson, Major, Madras Staff Corps | 4 Nov. 56 7 Sept. 58 

James Andrew Woods, Major, 102 Foot 20 Mar. 55 12 Jan. 57 

Harry Robert Milligan, Major, 60 Rifles 1 16 Feb. 55 23 Nov. 55 

John Lorn Stewart, Captain, 18 Hussars 20 Feb. 55 8 Feb. 56 

p.s.c. George Hatchell, Major, 60 Rifles 22 Oct. 55 27 Sept. 57 24 Jan. 65 

William Bagam, Major, 65 Foot 25 Jan. 59 S Sept. 63 25 Apr. 63 

Henry Ravenshaw Thuillier, Major, Royal Engineers 12 June 57 27 Aug. 50 10 Nov. 60 

Edward Wm. Shaw, Major, .Madras Staff Corps 12 Dec. 56 7 June 5712 Dec. 68 

Arthur Donald Butter, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 12 Dec. 56 27 June 57,12 Dec. 6S 

Cornelius Francis James, Major, Bombay Staff Corps '12 Dec. 56! 5 July 57 ; i2 Dec. 6S 

Lionel Smith, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 13 Dec. 56 12 June 57 17 Nov. 6 

Robert Cecil Richard Clifford, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 13 Dec. 56J 6 June 57 13 Dec. 68 

Henry Sullivan Jarrett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 13 Dec. 56 11 July 57 13 Dec. 6S 

Leopold John Herbert Grey', Major, Bengal Staff Corps 13 Dec. 56 15 Sept. 57 

Robert Gedoin Jenkins, Major, Madras Staff Corps 13 Dec. 5623001. 57 

Edmund Swetenham, Major, Bengal Staff Corps !i3Dec. 56] 7 Nov. 57 

Wardlaw Cortland Anderson, Major, Bengal Staff Corps (13 Dec. 56 17 Nov. 57 

James Shrul il is Iredell, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 13 Dec. 5631 Jan. 5S 

George Silver Keith, Major, Madras Staff Corps '13 Dec. 56 16 Apr. 50 

Henry Marsh Pratt, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 13 Dec. 56 30 Apr. 5S 

Charles Henry Cantor, Major, Bengal Stiff Corps 13 Dec. 56^0 Apr. 58 

Charles Langley Highmoor, Maj . Corps 13 Dec. 56 14 May 58 

George Adolphus Jac -. ■'■<■ r, Bombay Staff Corps |i3Dec. 56 20 May 5S 

JamesBestTayl.ir, '■ , 1 : ■ ! 13 Dec. 56 22 May 39 

Thomas On isbyTJndi .'Corps 13 Dec. 56; 1 Oct, 59 

JohnAlex. Richm f Corps 13 Dec. 56 16 Feb. 60 



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MAJOE. PLACED ON 
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13 Dec. 63 
13 Dec. 68 
13 Dec. 6S 
13 Dec. 6S 
13 Dec. 68 
13 Dec. 68 
13 Dec. 68 
13 Dec. 68 
13 Dec. 6S 
13 Dec. 68 
13 Dec. 68 
13 Dec. 63 

Charles Arkcoll Pi ir taff i irps 13 Dec. 56 27 June 61 13 Dec. 6g 

Henry Bristow Sanderson, 3i Staff 1 orps 20 Dec. 561 S Juno 57 2.0 Dec. 68 

Connel O'Donel, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Dec. 50 29 June 57 20 Dec. 6S 

Horace Christopher Pagan, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Dec. 56, 5 Sept. 57 20 Deo. 63 

George P. Irving Graham, Major, Bengal Staff Corps I20 Dec. 56 27 Sept. 57,20 Dec. 68 

Charles James 1 : ; rst in, Mai iff Corps 1 20 Dec. 56 30 Apr. 58 20 Dec. 68 

AllanMurray, ;al Staff Corps 20 Dec. 56,30 Apr. 58 20 Dec, 

George At',: , jal Staff Corps 20 Dec. 5630 Apr. 58 20 Dec. 68 

Fred. John S. Adam, Ma r,1 F Corps 20 Dec. 56 5 Sept. 59 20 Dec. 

Charles James O iff Corps 20 Dec. 56^29 Sept. 59 20 Dec. 6S 

William Henry Wilson, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 20 Dee. 56 2 May 61 >-, 

Stephen Edw. Bice Butler, Major, Madras Staff Corps 2 oDec. 56 1 1 Jan. 62 20 Dec. 68 



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6 Oct. 761 

7 Oct. 76 
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20 Oct. 76 
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4 Nov. 76 
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20 Dec. 76 
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20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 



War Services of the Majon 



Mr 
Porta; 
dition 
affair 1 
(25th 30th 



n served in the expedition to Hanover in 1805-6; at the siege of Cop. 

in in 1808-9, including the advance and retreat of the Army, and in tl 

n 1809; subsequent campaigns in the Peninsula and France, includi 

, battle of Barrosa, actions of Arroyo del Molino and Alma] 

I 31st July), Pass of Ma.va, Nivelle, Nive, Bayonne, and Orthes; affair 



7 ; in Sweden, 
■anna. Expe- 
ct' Tarifa and 
, the Pyrenees 
and battle of 



Toulouse (War Medal with eight Clasps). 

3 Mai. a- Castieau served at the sieges of Ter Vere and Flushing, and was in action with the batteries on 14 Aug. 
1809 ; the subsequent operations in the Scheldt and retreat from Batz. In 1810 off Brest, 1' Orient, and Basque Roads, 
and in several affairs of boats. In 1S11 on the North Coast of Spain. Present at the attack on Oporto by the 
Miguellite forces, 29th Sept. 1832 and subsequent operations; present in the Pedroite works at the attacks of 5th 
and 26th Sept. 1S33, the action which raised the siege of Lisbon 10th Oct. and at the battle of Loures nth Oct. In 
1834 at Jetuval and visiting the posts in the Algarves to ascertain and report upon the state of the contending 
armies. With the R.M. Battalion on the North Coast of Spain co-operating with the troops of the Queen of Spain 
during the Carlist war in 1S36-40, including the action of Fuentarabia, and all the services performed there (Brevet 
of Major, and Cross of San Fernando). 

4 Major J. K. Mackenzie served the Kaffir Campaign of 1851-52, as Captain 2nd Battalion 60th Rifles, and was 
present at the forcing of the Kei with Colonel Eyre's Division (Medal). 

5 Lord Avonmore served in New Zealand during the disturbances in 1847, and was present at -the repulse 
of 400 Natives in their attack at Wanganui on the 19th July (Medal). Also served in the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman (horse killed), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 
26th Oct. r-=,4 (Modal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

« -Major W. R. Nolan served with the 17th Lancers in the Indian campaign of 1858, including the affairs of 
Rajghur, Mongrowlee, Sindwaho, Khnree, and Zeerapore (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

3 Major P. M'Pherson served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the 6th Sept. 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol and assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. 1855; was also at the bombardment and surrender 
of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



ioo War Services of tJie Majors. 

15 Major E. St. J. Griffiths served in the Hazara campaign in 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on 
the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

32 Major Eden landed with the 56th Regiment in the Crimea on the 25th Aug. 1S55, served at the siege of Sebas- 
topol, and was present at the final assault (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

36 Major W. Dickinson served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the siege and 
surrender of Mooltan, battle of Goojerat, pursuit and surrender of the Seikh army (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served with the 1st Sind Irregular Horse during the Persian expedition in 1857, and was present at the siege and 
capture of the Fort of Awah "(Medal with Clasp). Was detached in command of a Squadron of the 3rd Sind Horse 
toRajpootana in March 1859; employed against the Marree Tribe in 1859 (thanked by the Governor General). 
Was detached in command of a Squadron of Sind Horse to the Nuggur Parkur Field Force from July to December 
1859. Served with the Expedition to Abyssinia in 1S67-6S, including the operations against Magdala (Medal). 

3 ' Major Browne served in the 32nd Regt. during the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, and was present at the action ot 
Chinhut and defence of Lucknow Residency from June to Nov. 1857. Also with Maxwell's Force in the Suregon, 
campaign of 1S5S. Was twice wounded— once severely. Thanked in general orders by Sir J. Ontram, Sir J. Inglis, 
and by the Governor General (Victoria Cross, Medal with Clasp, with a year's service). 

38 Major Bolton served in the Gold Coast Artillery Corps with the expedition against the Crobboes in Sept. Oct. 
and Nov. 1S58, including the action of the Crobboe Heights on the 18th September. Served as Adjutant in the expe- 
dition against the Dounquah rebels in June and July 1859, which resulted in the capture of all the rebel chiefs. 

39 Major Premier^.! st served with the Scots Greys in the Eastern compaign up to Oct. 1S54, including the affair of 
M'Kenz'ie's Farm, the battle of Balaklava (severely wounded by a musket bullet on the right foot), and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

40 Major H. W. Briscoe served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854 to Aug. 1S55, including the siege of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June 
(Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with the expedition to China in 1860, 

and was present at the capture of the Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with 
two Clasps). 

41 Major Justice served with the 75th Regiment during the Indian campaign of 1S57, and was present at the siege 
of Delhi from 23rd June (in command of the Light Company from 13th Sept.), storm and capture of the city (Medal 
with Olasp). 

42 Major MacFarlane served in the Sutlej compaign of 1S45-46 in the 9th Lancers, including the battle of Sobraon 
(Modal). He served also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the passage of the Chenab at Ram- 
nugL'ur, and liattles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

43 gjj. William Fairfax served with the 3istRegiment in the Crimea from 22nd May 1S55, and was present at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the 18th June and Sth Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

44 Major Acton served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 9th Feb. 1S55 with the 77th Regiment, includ- 
ing tho battles of Alma and Ihkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal) . 

45 Major Evans served with the 38th Regiment in the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, including the assault and 
capture' of Meeangunge, siege and capture'of Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Nugger (Medal \vith~Clasp). 

45 t Major Knight landed with the 48th Regiment in the Crimea on the 21st April 1S55, and served at the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Modal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

46 Major T. E. Green served with the 82nd Regiment in Bengal during the Indian mutiny in 1S57-5S (Medal), and 
with the Military Train in New Zealand from 1864 to 1867 (Medal). 

48 Major Baby served with the 98th Regt. in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal). 

43 Major C. A. Thomson served with the 54th Regiment during the Indian mutiny, including Lord Clyde's 
cam iaigu in Oude in 1858-59 (Medal). 

50 Major Hutchison served with the 64th Regiment in the Persian campaign of 1S56, including the storm and 
capture of Reshire and surrender of Bushire (Medal with Clasp). Served also in the Indian mutiny campaign, in- 
cluding the action of Kerkeroulie, capture of Bareilly, attack of Mohomdee and affairs of Shahjehanpore, and Bunnai 
(Medal). 

52 Major Adams served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Kaffir war in 1847 (Medal) . 

53 Major J. D. Downing served with the 1st Battalion 12th Regiment throughout the NewZealand war of 1S63-65, 
including the Waikato campaign (Medal). 

54 Major Bell served in the Ladian mutiny campaign in 1858 with the 74th Highlanders, and was present at the 
storm and capture of the town and Fort of Nurgoond (Medal). 

55 Major E. R. Berry served with the 61st Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 184S-49, including the passage 
of the Chenab, battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat, and pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass 
(Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Indian campaign in 1857, and was present at the siege assault and capture 
of Delhi, and action of Nujjufghur (Medal with Clasp). 

56 Major Sullivan served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1S52-53 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). 
In the Russian war with the Turkish Contingent (Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). In the Indian mutiny cam- 
paign (Medal with Clasp for Central India). And in the Bhootan war in 1S65 (Clasp). 

5 ? Major Duncan served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 17th Lancers, including the affair of Bulganak, 
battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse killed), Inkerman (horse killed), and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol ("Medal 
with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served also in the campaign of 
1858-59 in Central India, and was present at the action of Zcrapore (Medal). 

58 Major Davies served in the Crimea with the 10th Hussars from 30th June 1855, including the battle of Tchernaya 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the Carabineers the Indian campaigns 
of 1S57-59, and was present at the outbreak of the Sepoy mutiny at Meerut on 10th May 1S57, the actions of the 
Hinrtun, 30th and 31st May, battle of Budleekeserai, siege and fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under 
Brigadier Showers; also the affair of Kerkrowlie, taking of Bareilly, affairs of Majidia, Churdall, and Bankee, and 
pursuit to the River Raptee (Medal with Clasp). 

60 Major Tilford served with the 2nd Battalion 60th Rifles throughout the Kaffir war of 1S51-53 (Medal). In the 
suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1858 in the Shahabad district (Medal). Also served throughout the campaign 
of 1S60 in China (Medal with two Clasps). 

61 Major Nunn served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852, and was present at the capture of 
Martaban, operations before Rangoon on the 12th 13th and 14th April, and capture of the great Dagon Pagoda 
(with the advanced storming party), and capture of Promo (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served in the campaign 
in Oude in 1858-59, and present at the capture of Simree Fort, Bera, Doondeakeira (Medal). 

03 Major Milligan served with the 39th Regiment at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1S55, and at the attacks of 
tho iSth June and Sth Sept. (Medal with Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

111 Major Vaughan served with the 20th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Seba stopol, and affair of the iSth June ; also present at the capture of 
Xinboum (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the 
Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore. and Sultanpore, siege and capture of 
Lucknow, subsequent operations in Oude and affairs of Churda, Fort of Musjeedia, and Bankee (commanded a 
Detachment 20th Reirimcnt). Commanded a Field Force of 200 Infantry, 400 Cavalry, and two guns, engaged in 
clearing the jungles of Bungaon, was engaged three times, and captured two Colours from the 1 sth Native Iniantrv. 
(Medal with Clasp). 

65 Major (!. E. Morgan served with tho 67th Regiment throughout the campaign of 1S60 in China.including the 
action of Sinho, taking of Tangku, and assisted in planting the Queen's Colour on tho cavalier of the inner Taku 
Fort ; also present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

66 Major E. A. Noblett served with the iSth Royal Irish throughout the New Zealand war of 1S63-66, and was pre- 
sent at the affair of tho 26th Nov. 1863 in the Wairoa Bush, the actions of Nukumaru, and affair at Popoia (Medal). 

67 Major S. Grace served with tho 6Sth Light Infantry in tho Crimea from 1st June 1855, and was present at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Olasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served also in the New Zealand war 
in 1864-66, including tho attack on the Gate Pah, and in the West Coast campaign, and present at Kakaramea (Medal). 



War Services of the Majors. 101-109 

69 Major Mackintosh served in the Central India campaign under Sir Hugh Rose, including the capture of the 
entrenchments of Futiabad, siege storm and capture of the Fort of Chandairee, and of the fort and town of Jhansi 
storm of Loharie, actions of Koonch, Muttra, and Galowlie, and capture of Calpee. Penetrated alone on the 4th of 
April into the town of Jhansi, then in possession of the rebels, and obtained possession of a document in connection 
with the mutineers at GwaUor, discovered by a soldier on the body of a Sepoy shot the previous night — personally 
thanked by the General Commanding. Co mm anded 300 men, being the Infantry of the Rear Guard 2nd Brigade 
Central India Field Force, on 16th May, when, in conjunction with the Artillery and Cavalry, they repulsed the'suc- 
cessive attacks of the rebel army, and held it in check at Etora until the baggage of the Brigade was safely escorted 
into camp — specially mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp). 

70 Major W. J. Hales served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp for 
Pegu). Also at the siege of Sebastopol from 30th Dec. 1854 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

71 Major Stevens served with the 49th Regiment throughout the operations in China (Medal), commencing with 
the first taking of Chusan and terminating with the landing before Nankin, including the storm and capture'of the 
Heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture of the Height 
of Chinae, occupation of Ningpo and repulse of the night attack, attack and capture of the entrenched Camp on the 
Heights of Segoan, capture of Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, and Chin Kiang Foo. Served at the Gold Coast from 
May to December 1873 (Ashanti Medal). 

72 Major J. Addy served with the 5th Dragoon Guards during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 

73 Major C. E. Stirling served in the Crimean campaign from April 1855, and was present at the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

71 Major Greentree served with the 64th Regiment on the Persian expedition ; left foot carried away by a round- 
shot, causing loss of leg, in the action at Khooshab, 8th Feb. 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

75 Major R. C. Martin served with the 19th Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from 31st August 1S55, and was 
dangerously wounded at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

76 Major J. H. Kirke served with the 19th Regiment in the Crimea from the 5th January to the 26th July 1S55, 
including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

77 Major M. W. Hyslop served with the 93rd Highlanders in the Crimea from the 14th July 1S55, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian campaigns of 
1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore and pursuit 
to Seraighat, actions of Pusgaon and Russulporo, and evacuation of the Fort of Mithowlie (Medal with Clasp). 

78 Major J. H. Sharpe served with the 55th Regiment in the Crimea from the 4th Sept. to the nth Nov. 1855, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

79 Major J. Lardner Clarke served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854 to June 1855, including the siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

30 Major J. Logan served with the 44th Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from 7th January to 1st July 1855, 
and was severely wounded at the attack on the iSth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

81 Major R. J. Maxwell served with the Soth Regiment in the Indian mutiny and campaign in Oude in 185S-59, 
including the capture of the Fort of Simree, actions of Bera and Doondeakera (Medal). 

82 Major J. Wilkinson served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53, and was present at the capture 
of Martaban, operations before Rangoon on the 12th 13th and 14th April, and capture of the great Dagon Pagoda 
(with the storming party) ; and he was severely wounded when in command of the Detachment Soth Regiment at the 
assault and capture of Myatton's stronghold on the 19th March 1853 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served with the 
left attack during the Bhootan Expedition of 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 

83 Major J. M. M'Nair served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimea from the 16th August 1S55, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol and assault of the 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also 
in the Indian campaign of 1S58-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

84 Major A. J. Ford served with the 35th Regt. in Shahabad from July to Nov. 1858, and was present at the affairs 
of Rampora-Perrara and Jumaon (Medal). 

85 Major W. F. Butler served in the 69th Regiment with the Field Force which repelled an incursion of Fenians 
into Canada in May 1870. Served throughout the Ashanti war from the 23rd October 1873, and was employed as 
Special Commissioner to the Western Akims (mentioned in despatches, substantive rank of Major, Cli., Medal 
with Clasp). 

86 Major Forbes served against the King of Quiah from Nov. 1861 to Feb. 1S62, and was present at the defeat 
of Pa Caney and his men at Kabal (wounded). Served in the Ashanti war in 1873, and was slightly wounded in 
the action of Essaman (Medal). 

87 Major C. W. Hawes served as Adjutant and Commandant of Cavalry Guides before Delhi in 1857. Com- 
manded the Guides Infantry on several occasions during the siege assault' and capture of Delhi, and present in 
every skirmish from the 9th June to the 14th September (four times wounded). Present with Brigadier Showers' 
Flying Column in the District about Delhi in 1857 as Commandant of Guide Cavalry (Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Eusofzaie Field Force under Sir Sydney Cotton to Sittana in 1858 as Commandant of Cavalry, and 2nd in 
Command of Guides (Medal with Clasp). 

90 Major E. Gladstone served with the Baltic expedition in 1854 (Medal). Also in the Black Sea in the latter part 
of 1S55, and until the declaration of peace in 1856. 



' 



Paymasters for Army Services, attached to Brigade Depots, &c. 

51 Daniel, Sftmucl. 30 Jan. 57; Hon.Major, 17 June 75. HViw «„ Tiitu. fin 

60 Dnff, Bobert Wiffiftm, .9 Jan: 49: B**0*. ? *° 3™° «.; p™*- '9 Jnne 46 ; Son. Jfo/or, 20 June 60. 
68 Elliott, George,' 1 B Bept. ? 7 ; QV- ' J™\o 55 ; Hon.Major, 17 Feb. 7 i 

45 e. Scott. Robert, 3 20 Feb. 52 ; Swfc*, 3- May 39 i Lieut. ^14 Maj 43 i f £""f <?"• 2 ° * et,< 62> 
a Rowan, Terence.- .6 Sept. 59 i Q<". afoifer, 2S Apr. 54 ; Hon. Major. 16 bept. 69. 

48 Simpson. Robert Hamilton." 12 Sept. 57 ; Hon. JUa./or, 18 Aug. 71. __•. , , 

25 Stre .1 ■,. ' « June 58 ; £'»«*«. " 12 Aug. 53 ; W.'260ct. 55 ; Hon.ltajor « Aug. 68. 

Travers Julius Brockmnv May 4. ; 2nd ifcttf. S July 37 i £*«'• 8 April 42 1 Xm.Ma.jor, 1 Jan 60. R Eng 
42 WaKHenrj- Charles, 6 April 55; B^ign, "iS June 41; Xfe««. 20 Dec. 42; Oyrf. 1 Dec. 54; MonMajor, 4 Oci. 66, 
1 Maior Elliott served with the 7 th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1S5S to March 1859 and was present 
at the repu <e of the enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Barree, and action 
of NawabHin^e occnpS. of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra cam- 
Baffin,-"- - of Kandoo Kurtdce and Hyderghur, also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the 

affair near . S and pur-nit. taking the Fort of Mcejeedia, attack on Bankee and pursuit to the Raptee, advance 
into Nepaul and affair at Bitkaghat (Medal with Clasp). ,-,_«.'„ c k..i>/ih,.A.ri U i.^«1i 

* Maior Rowan - uth Regiment in the Crimea from the 9 th Dec. 185s, including the siege and fall 
ofSeWopol Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Ind.an campaigns in 1857-59, including he 
actions at Snrapnn 1 1 . 2< th 27ft and ,3th Nov. 1857, capture of Meeangnnge, siege and capture ot Lucknow, relief 
of Azim"hur and bi-iirade (Mart.- Master to Colonel Kelly's Force engaged m the operations on the Nepaul Fron- 
tier, and present a1 ie ivbels at Bootwul (Medal with Clasp), _ _ 

* Major Scott served with the 89th Regiment in the Crimea from 15th Dec. ^54, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, and attacks of the iSth June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish l Medal). 

* Major Streatfeild served with a Detachment of the 24th Regiment at the defeat of the Jhelum mutineers on the 
7th July. - relw. 'ounded in both legs, right leg amputated (Medal). ...:... _ „ ,. „ 

s Major Travers rved with the ;ist Regiment in the Crimea from 22nd May 1855, including the siege and fell of 
Sebastopol, and attacks of the 18th June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
'• Major Simpson served with the 65th Regiment in the New Zealand war m 1863-65 (Medal). 



Quarter Masters of Brigade Depots. 

66 Macleod, Harry, 11 12 June 63. 
37 Macqueen, Archibald, 1 Aug. 68. 

Muir, Thomas, 9 S July 68. 
16 Munro, Donald, ls 30 Nov. 55. 

49 Scott, Jonathan Gortley, 13 24 Feb. 57. 
58 Fffi Simpson, John, 14 7 Oct. 59. 

3 Sladden, Henry, 13 4 May 60. 
40 Staniland, Stephen Henry, 30 June 69. 
15 Tooner, Michael, 8 July 62. 

50 Woodruff, William John, 1 " 2 Nov. 55. 
31 Yeatts, Alexander, 19 10 July 66. 



34 Atkins, John Robinson, 23 Nov. 60. 

Chadwick, Thomas Masse;-, 20 Sept. 55. 
25 Dent, Richard, 1 } April 58. 
2 Dixon, Timothy,' 5 Feb. 61. 
39 Drake, Edward Henry, 25 Oct. 55. 
17 Gilbert, Robert, 3 8 Aug. 68. 

43 Goldby, William. 12 July 55. 
61 Grahame, George, 5 17 July 55. 
42 Haden. Samuel. 25 Jan. 56. 

44 Hart-M'Harg, William/ 25 Jan. 56. 
66 Lumsden, Thomas.' 2 14 Dec. 55. 
51 M'lntyre, Duncan," 3 March 56. 

1 Quarter Master Dixon served with the 55th Regiment in the Crimea from the 25th Dec. 1854, and was present at 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served on the Bhootan expedition, 
including the recapture of Dewangiri in 1S65 (Medal with Clasp). 

8 Quarter Master Gilbert served with 3rd Buffs in the Crimean campaign from April 1S55, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (wounded in the Trenches on the 6th June), attack of the Redan on the iSth June, and belonged to 
the covering anil ladder party of the 2nd Division at the storming of the Redan on the 8th September 1855 (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Quarter Master Grahame served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 21st Fusiliers, including the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kinbourn (Medal with three Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal . 

7 Quarter Master Hart-M'Harg served with the 44th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma and takerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack and occupation of the Cemetery on 
the 18th June (Medal with three Clasps, Medal for Distinguished Service in the Field, and Turkish Medal). Served 
also the campaign of i860 in the north of China, including the action of Sinho, assault and capture of the North Taku 
Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

s Quarter Master M'lntyre served with the 79th Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the battle.- of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June and 8th 
September, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with three Clasps, Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the 
Field, and Turkish Medal). 

' Quarter Master Muir served with the 12th Regiment throughout the New Zealand war of 1863-66, and was 
present with the Thames Expedition and with that of the Waikato (Medal). 

11 Quarter Master Macleod served with the 93rd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the battle.- of Alma and balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
assaults of the 18th June and 8th September (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the 
Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Con- 
tingent at Ciih ni on . and pursuit to Seraighat, affair of Kali Nuddee, siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of 
Allygunge, battle 01 Bareilly, actions of Pasgaun and Russulpore and evacuation of Mithowlie (Medal with two 
Clasps). Umb. N.W. Frontier of India in 1863-64 (Medal with Clasp). 

12 Quarter Master Lumsden served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, affair in the Cemetery on iStli June (wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal— has also the -Medal for Meritorious Conduct). 

" Quarter Maeti with the 73rd Regiment during the Kaffir war of 1850-53 (Medal), and was present 

in all the 1 m Kamrland; also at the battle of Berea— wounded. Served also in the Indian campaign 

of 1858-59 (Me.; 

M Quarter Master Simpson served with the 42nd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the battle- of Alma and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
with tlo. Served also the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including tne actions at 

Cawnpore 6th I hat, Kiidygimge, and Shumshabad, siege and fall of Lucknow and assault of the 

Murtiniere and Banks' Bungalow, attack on the Fort of Uooyah, action at Allygunge, attack and capture of Bareilly 

■ ! throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 

Balaklava, rtie on the nth May, attack of the Quarries on 9th June, siege and fall of 

with four Clasps, Medal with Gratuity of £15 for distinguished Conduct in the Fiela, Knight of 

Served in tho New Zealand war from Jan. 1864 to March 186- inclTidincr 
thentt; tedal). a, ^ uu n 

17th Regiment in tho Crimea from the 20th Nov. 1S54, including thp 
siege a. i»p, and Turkish Medal). B 

Crimea from 13th Juno 1S55, including the expedition to Kertch sie°-eand 
1 Turkish Medal). Served at the siege and capture of Kotah on -oth 
March 1 

■bo., .-lid Highlanders in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1S58-59 includin"- 
thc actions ol Raigliui, . , idwaho, Kurrai, and Barodc (Medal). " 



UNATTACHED SUB LIEUTENANTS {Students at tlie Royal Military College). 

Malcolm Henry S. Grover. 
John de Courcy O'Grady. 
Frederick Hammersley. 
Charles Herbert Wylly. 
Herbert Conyers Surtees. 
Henry Edward Maxwell. 
Hon. Luke White. 
George Arthur Welman. 
Cecil Henrv Gaisford. 
Cyril Metcalfe Gray. 



13 June 1874. 
William Keane Richardson. 

22 May 1875. 
Joseph Scott Gowrie Manera. 

5 June 1875. 
Charles George Harrington Taylor. 
Reginald Brooke. 

10 September 1875. 
Lionel M'Mahon. 
Stanley Wolferston Jervis. 
Windham Henry Wyndham-Quin. 

6 October 1875. 
Dayrell Talbot Hammond. 
Clement Edmond Sherard. 

12 February 1876. 
George Sholto Douglas. 
Edward Altham Altharn. 

John Wm. Robinson Parker. 

Henry Ponting Northcott. 
Thomas Armstrong Drought. 

Edw. Henry St.. Lawrence Clarke. 

John George Alex. Baird. 

Edward Rawdon Penrose. 

Robert C. A. B. Bewicke. 

Ernest James Lennox Berkeley. 

Francis Charles Stayner. 

Alfred James Whitacre Allen. 

Gabriel Goodman Walter Hayward. 

Charles Stainforth Greenwood. 

Fred. John Cokayne Frith. 

Edwin Del Sandys. 

Clifford Cruse. 

John William Currie. 

Geo. Fred. Campbell Mackenzie. 

George Francis Shaw. 

Richard Charles Bernard Lawrence. 

Arthur Lionel Baker Hughes. 

Edward William Home. 

Stewart Melville Schneider. 

Henry Eardley-Wilmot. 

Herbert Morres Prior. 

William Frederick Turner. 

John Cyril Francis. 

Edward William Purvis. 

William Vieris Dickinson. 

Charles William Crosse. 

Robert Irvin Scallon. 

Robert Ludlow Coote Birch. 

Ernest Inglis. 

John Sutton Edward Western. 

John Sherston. 

Charles Henry Seddon. 

Francis Robert Henry Chapman. 

Peter William Browne. 

Charles King Colhoun. 

Morris Arthur Francis Taylor. 
26 February 1876. 

Henry Wallace Edgcome Georges. 

Richard Davies Garnons- Williams. 

Francis Broadwood. 

Edward Hodding Peacock. 

Herbert Eversley Belfield. 

Henry Bowles. 

Horace Lockwood Smith-Dorrien. 

William Maurice Creighton. 
22 March 1876. 

William Mordaunt Marsh Edwards. 

Reginald Curtis Toogood. 

John Shuckburgh Ashby. 

Frederick William Scudamore. 

Francis Harvey Harford. 
Hugh Harry Haworth Aspinall. 

1 April 1876. 
Richard Doyne MacDonnell. 
Frank Whittuck. 
George Jocelyn Shaw. 

19 April 1876. 
Charles Frederick Stevens. 
Edward Cooke Cox. 
Henry King. 
William Whately. 
Ponsonby Glenn Huggins. 
Allan Moss. 



3 May 1876. 

Augustus Ferryman Mockler. 
Nicholas Henry Bacon. 
William Arthur Young. 
Henry MelviU. 
Edgar Waldegrave Brodie. 

17 May 1876. 

Courtney Von Trower. 
Fred. Edw. Verney Taylor. 
Edward Frankland Gosset. 
Stephen James Melville Jopp. 
Seymour Charles Hale Monro. 
Arthur Thomas Swaine. 
George Backhouse Sandham. 

31 May 1876. 
Edward John Sharpe. 
John Marcus Clements. 
Arthur Robert Hume. 
Alex. Hepburne Barrington Cavaye. 
Hon. Charles Lambton. 

14 June 1876. 

Louis Augustus Gordon. 
Gerard Thomas Noel. 
Kenneth Mackenzie Foss. 

24 June 1876. 
Fred. Charles Northland Knox. 
George Frederick Willes. 
James Weir Hogg FitzGerald. 
Claude Rainier Rogers". 
William Kingsdown Curling. 

15 July 1876. 
Ernest Cooke. 

Charles George Matthews. 
George Leslie Orred. 
William Eden Evans-Gordon. 
Frank Broadwood Matthews. 
John B. De la Poer Beresford. 
Kdward Douglass Kennedy. 
Percy Gerald Dwyer. 

11 September 1876. 

Cavalry. 
John Weyland. 

Willoughby Baskerville Mynors. 
John Cecil de Veel Tattersall. 
Thomas Augustus Steele. 
William Kenyon Mitford. 
Cecil Montgomery Maguire. 
Henry C. Page-Henderson. 
Digby de la Mottee Du Boulay. 
William Henry Harkness. 
Benjamin Noel Heywood-Jones. 
Arthur Gerald Chapman. 
Edward Hegan. 
Thomas Charles P. Calley. 

Infantry. 
William Hudson Hand. 
Cholmelev E. C. B. Harrison. 
Beamish St. John Barter. 
Charles Gray Robertson. 
Clarence Granville Sinclair. 
Thomas L. George Griffith. 
Reginald Lawson Mosley. 
Fred. Walter Kitchener. 
John Percy Gethin. 
William Robert B. Peyton. 
Reginald Harry Cholmondeley. 
Henry Denne Robson. 
Archibald James Erskine. 

Kdward \V. Williams Wynn. 

John Kdward M. Filkington. 

Frederick William Rodney Ricketts. 

Harold Carmichael Wylly. 

Alfred Rene Heneage. 

Francis Clements Godley. 

Arthur William Forbes. 

Edmund John Hollway. 

Harrison Midwood. 

Edward Joshua Cooper. 

Edward Brooke. 

Herbert Wharry. 

Robert Douglas Longe. 



11 October 1876. 

Cavalry. 
Arthur James Taylor. 
Infantry. 
Daniel James Napier Webb. 
George William Maxwell. 
Charles Robert Brown. 
Arthur Henry Thistlethwayte. 
Hugh Houghton Stewart. 
Horace Geo. Proctor Beauchamp. 
Sidney Furlonger. 
Henry Aubrey Cartwright. 
Duncan Cole. 
Charles Louis Woollcombe. 

28 October 1876. 
Henry Gordon Fellowes. 
Theophilus B. P. Levett. 
George Charles Atkinson. 
H. R. H. Lloyd-Mostyn. 
Cecil Edw. Ruggles-Brise. 
Cuthbert Johnson Baines. 
George Frederick Watson. 
Benjamin Charles Hannen. 
Robert Charles Andrews. 
Andrew Richards Nugee. 
Leonard Philip Ditmas. 
Hugh Blackburn. 
Arthur Bunbury. 

Louis S. Hyde Baker. 

11 November 1876. 
Cavalry 
Charles M. Grenfell. 
Viscount Lumley. 
Charles Stevens. 
Hon. L. H. D. Fortescue. 
George K. Daly. 
Sylvester W. Richmond. 
Thoroton Harte Farrer. 
Henry Elston. 
Andrew E. Caldecott. 
Edwin Bolton. 

Infantry. 
Ernest C. Broughton. 
Fred. Wm. Steele. 
Alfred B. Pritchard. 
Corry L. Connellan. 
Edw. Hugh R. Hibbert. 
Duncan C. Halkett. 
Alex. Geo. Chesney. 
John Leslie. 
Robert Geo. Iremonger. 
Neville Irving-Noble. 
Wilfred Horsman Coles. 
Arthur H. Clark-Kennedy. 
John Fred. Muntz. 
Herbert Edward Porter. 
George L. Angelo. 
James Charles Young. 
George Arthur Trevor. 
Ernest A. C. Garland. 
Robert H. W. Dunn. 
Charles Herbert Payne. 

29 November 1876. 

Almond Paull Westlake. 
Kdward B. Herbert. 
Charles George Kidd. 
John Henry Larnont. 
Fred. Charles Palmer. 
Edw. Charles Wm. Gelborne. 
Perry Macgregor King. 
I Christopher Hope Henderson. 

Bt 



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113 List of Officers, now serving in the Army, who passed the Examination and received 
Certificates at the Senior Department, Royal Military College. 

Addison, Major General J. E. 

Airey, General Richard, Lord, GCB. 7 F. Dec. 1826. 
Alexander, Maj. lien. Sir James Edward, CB. Dec. 1828. 
Bagot, Colonel Geo., Brigade Depot, Dec. 1856. 
Borton, Lt.General Arthur, CB. 1 W.I.R. Nov. 1839. 
Brett, Lt.Col. Henry, h.p. 18 Hussars, May 1851. 
Cameron, General .sir Duncan A.. GCB. Dec. 1831. 
Cameron, Colonel Wm. Gordon, CB. 4 F. May 1853. 
Cox, Col. J. W. CB. h.p. 13 F. Nov. 1847. 
JB Cust, Gen. Hon. Sir Edw.'Bf. KCH. 16 Lancers, June 1817. 
Darling, Lt.Col. Sydney, h.p. F. May 1852. 
Dawkins, Lt.Col. Wm. G. h.p. Coldst. Gds. Mny 1852. 
Douglas, Gen. Sir Robert Percy, Bart. 98 F. Nov. 1834. 
D'Oylv, Colonel J. W. h.p. n F. Nov. 1847. 
Eagar. Colonel R. J. CB. r.f.p. 31 F. May 1837. 
Eden, Major M. R. h.p. 56 F. Dec. 1857. 
Edwards, Lieut. General C. A. CB. May 1835. 
Ewart, Major General J. A., CB. May 1845. 
Faber, Lieut.General W. R. CB. 17 F. Nov. 1835. 
3B Forster, General W. F. KM. 81 F. June 1821. 
George, Lieut.General F. D. CB. 76 F. Nov. 1834. 
Gordon, Colonel C. E. P. CB. h.p. 75 F. Nov. 1844. 
Hackett, Colonel John, h.p. 76 F. Nov. 1851. 
Hammerslev, Colonel F. Unatt. Nov. 1849. 
Hardinge, Major General .Hon A. E. CB. May 1850, Com- 
manding a Division, Bengal Army. 
Hutchinson, General W. N. 33 F. Nov. 1833. 
Jarvis, Colonel S. P. CMG. h.p. 82 F. May 1856. 
Johnston, General T. H. 66 F. June 1828. 
Kirby, Col. J. H. 68 F. Nov. i8-;2. 
Knipe, Major Wm. 86 F. Dec. 1857. 



Longden, Maj.Gen. H. E. CB. CSI. May 1842. 
M'Cleverty, General W. A. 48 F. Dec. 183c. 
Macdonell, Major General Alex. CB. Nov. 1845, 

manding a Division of the Bengal Army. 
Macdougall, Major General P. L. May 1842. Deputy Quarttr 

Matter General, Intelligence Branch. 
$ M'Gregor, General Sir Duncan, KCB. Nov. 1811. 
Maclean, Lt.Col. H. J. Rifle Brig. May 1853. 
Michel, General Sir John, GCB. 86 F. Nov. 1833. 

manding the Forces in Ireland. 
Nugent, Colonel St. Geo. M. Unatt. Dec. 1857. 
Paterson, Bt. Major Wm. Unatt. Nov. 1855, Professor 

Royal Military College. 
Patterson, Colonel W. T. L. h.p. 88 F. May 1852. 
Peacocke, Colonel G. J. h.p. 16 F. Dec. 1856. 
m. Reed, General Sir Thomas, GCB. 44 F. Dec. 
Robertson, Colonel A. C, Brigade Depot, Nov. 
Ross, Major A. E. 5 F. June 1857. 
Rumley, Lt.Gen. R. 27 F. May 1833. 
Sankey, Maj.Gen. Wm. CB. Nov. 1852. 
Sawyer, Colonel C. h.p. 6 Dr. Gds. Nov. 1841. 
Smith, Lt.Gen. M. W. CB. 20 Hussars, Nov. 1839. 
Sparkes, Lt.Gen. J. P. CB. 38 F. June 1825. 
Stapylton, Colonel G. G. C. h.p. 32 F. May 1849. 
Stephens, Lt.General H. S. KH. Unatt. Dec. 1820. 
Stewart, Captain A. F. h.p. 36 F. Dec. 1857. 
Stratton, Col. W. A., Brigade Depot, May 1850. 
Vacher, Bt.Lt.Col. F. S. h.p. 22 F. May 1853, Assistant 

Adjutant and Q.M. General in Ireland. 
Whimper, Major General F. A. CB. Nov. 1850. 
Wilson, Lieut. General T. M. 63 F. May 1834. 



1821. 
1843. 



List of Officers, noiv serving, who have passed through the Staff College. 



Passed out in December 1858. 
Petrio, Bt.Lt. Colonel M., h.p. 97 F. 

Carev.'.Colonel R., CB. h.p. 40 F. Deputy Judge Advocate. 
Wilson, Colonel, h.p. 18 F. 
Gamble, Colonel D. J., CB. Brigade Depot. 
Brannll, Major B. A., h.p. 86 F. 

Passed out in December 1859. 
Bruce, Major A. C, pi E. 
Twynam, Lt. Colonel P. A. A., 15 F. 
Jebb, Lt. Colonel F. W., 67 F. 

Passed out in December 1860. 
Wavell, Major A. H., 41 F. 
Home, Bt.Lt.Col. Robert, CB. R. Eng., Assistant Quarter 

Master General. Topographical Section. 
Feilding, Colonel Hon. W. H. A., Coldst. Gds. 

Maior R., R. Engineers. 
Goff, Bt.Major R. 0. Coldst. Gds. 
Wilkinson, Assistant Commissary General H. J. 
Nangle, Assistant Commissary General W. C. 
Vigors, Major P. D., 19 F. 
•Woolsey, Colonel O'B. B., R. Art. 

Passed out in December 1861. 
Creagh-Osborne, Colonel C. O., 6 F. Director of Garrison 

Iii.-trurtion for India. 
Battersby, Col. J. P. h.p. 60 F. Commdt. Rl. My. Asylum. 
Tumbull. Ht.Lt.Col. J. R.,h.p. 1 Drs. 
Stoncy, Major F. S., R. Art. 

Hall, Major T. E. A., h.p. 49 F. Dep. Adj. Gen. Bombay. 
Btewitrt, Colonel R. C, h.p. 2 F., Adj. Gen., Madras. 
Wilkinson, Colonel G. A., R. Art. 
Hay, Major G., 62 F. 

Pasted out in December 1862. 
Colley. Colonel G. P., CB. 2 Foot, Military Secretary to 

the Viceroy of India. 
Harrington, Assistant Commissary General J. T. 
Nolan, Captain J. P., It. Art. 

I I J., 4' *"' » l'A.Q.M.G. Intelligence Branch. 

Baker, lit.I.t Col. T. I>., CB. iS F., D.A.Q.M. Gen. 

' Jot W.K.,38 F., D.A.Q.M. G. Intelligence Branch. 
Stall' College. 
Act»>n, Ht.Lt.Col I 
[OTOCO, Lt .Colonel W. W., 10 F. 
I M.-i; 01 T., 17 Lancers. 

Black, Major W., 24 E. 

Passed out in December 1863. 

I ' ■ liulr, of 1861. 

r A. L., 28 E. 

r 11 a , .4 . I ■'. Deputy Judge Advocate. 

Ogilvy, Captain W. I.. K 
Buchanan, Captain .1. .1. \ . I 

I >i,Ur lh<- llulrtaf 1862. 

EdwardcH.capt. Son . c 1;, BifleBrigade, 

T. A.. It Art. 

\'!i. Gen., Bombay. 
Instructor. 
General K. C. 
Arliulhnot, Lt. Colonel W., m Hussars. 



Passed out in December 1864. 
Hutchison, Major F. J., h.p. 64 F., Gar.jlnst. Devonport. 
Goodenough, Lt. Col. W. H., R. Art.,' Assistant to the 

Director of Artillery and Stores. 
Creagh, Bt.Major J., 5 F. 
Clive, Colonel E.H., Gr. Gds. 
Bolton, Colonel W. J., CMG. R. Art. 
Gilbard, Captain G. J., 71 F., Brigade Major, Gibraltar. 
Keays-Young, Captain H. W., 18 F. 
1JC Wood, Colonel H. E., CB. 90 F., Assistant Adjutant 

and Quarter Master General, Aldershot. 
Blundell, Lt.Colonel H. B. H., Gr.Gds., Assistant Adjutant 

and Quarter Master General, Home District. 
Fawcett, Major J. H.,h.p. 1 F. Garrison Inst. Manchester. 
Kuowles, Major C. B., 67 F. 

Passed out in December 1865. 
Montgomerie, Major A. W. J., 20 Hussars. 
Maegregor, Captain H. G., 29 F. Garrison Instructor. 
Suther, Captain C. C, R. M. Art. 
Robinson, Bt.Major C. W., Rifle Brigade. 
Yates, Colonel H. Peel, CB. R. Art. 
Knollys, Captain H., R. Art. 
Maxwell, Bt.Major R. J., h.p. 80 F. 

Shaw, Captain W., 102 F. Garrison Instructor, Aldershot. 
Wynen, Captain A. G., 39 F. 

Passed out in December 1866. 
Barker, Bt.Lt.Col. G. D.,64 F., Assistant Director of Mili- 
tary Education. 
Oliver, Major J. R., R. Art. 
Lock, Major H., 108 F. 

Gregson, Captain L. A., 70 F. A.Q.M.G. Bengal. 
Poole, Capt. W. J. E., 60 F. Adj. 4 Middlesex Rifle Vols. 
Hatchell, Major G., 60 F. 
Knollys, Major W. W., 93 F. 
Middleton, Colonel F. D., h.p. 29 F. Assistant to the 

Governor, Royal Military College. 
Bterrington, Ht. Major H. D'O., 73 F. Chief Garrison In- 
structor, Poona. 
Blundell, Lt.Col. R. B. Hollingshead, 3 Hussars. 
Hood, Captain W. C, 2 F. Brigade Major, Aldershot. 

Passed out in December 1867. 
"'iTran h' l,ltain J ' W '' * Dr8 ' DAQM - Gon - Intelligence 
PrevoBt, Captain L. De T., 93 F. 
Griffiths, Captain H. H, 59 E. Garrison Instructor. 
Braino, Captain O. W., 56 F. Garrison Instructor. 
t..l.l.«TKill. Captain C. W., I;. M. \,t. I nstructor of Draw- 

M Surveying, Royal Military College. 
Eitn.an.CaptaiMW., h.p. H. M. Art. Adj. Adm. Brigade 

Glamorganshire Art. Volunteers. ^ 

Nelson, ( aptain W. E., It. Art 

Prior, Captain G. u., 100 F 

Ho.vi.., OHPMnO.1., Rifle Urigade, Brigade Major, Col- 
Butlor, Major H. 'I'., , 3 Hussars. fchester 

■ !'»pt.'.in W. I-., o E. Brigade Major, Ceylon 

^ -ar I h 1 ; w D - A - Adj - GeL - *• ™™ a - 

Cauipbell, OaptaiS 0., 7 Dr. Gds. 



List of Officers now serving, who have passed through the Staff College. 



ii4 



Passed out in December 1868. 
Clarke, Captain F. C. H., R. Art., Intelligence Branch. 
Cardew, Captain G. M., 67 P. Adj. Hants Militia. 
Holmes, Captain A. L'E. H., Bengal S.C. 
Walker, Captain A. L., 99 F. 
Hollist, Captain B. O., R. Art. 

Gwynne, Captain N. X., 63 F. Brigade Major, Sealkote. 
Crealock, Major J. N.,95 F. 
Webber, Lt.Col. G. D., CB. 2 W. I. R. 
Cary, Captain L. F. B.. Rifle Br., Garrison Instructor. 
Flower, Captain S., 86 F. 

Passed out in December 1869. 
Baring, Captain E., R. Art. [Dublin. 

Knight, Major W. H., h.p. 48 F. Garrison Instructor, 
Boughey, Captain J., 62 F. Professor, R. M. College. 
Quill, Major A. S., h.p. R. Can. Rifles, Assist. Mil. Sec. 
Wilson, Captain F., Rifle Brigade. [Nova Scotia. 

Story, Captain P. C., 40 F. Chief Garrison Inst. Sealkote. 
Walsh, Captain C. H., 44 P. 

Cooke, Captain W. S., 22 F. Brigade Major, Malta. 
Tulloch, Captain A. B., 69 F. Instructor R.M. College. 
Spalding, Capt.H., 104 P. D.A.Adj. & Q.M.G. C. ofG. Hope 
jfdL Cameron, Major A. S., 25 F. 
Frankland, Major C, 103 F. 
Blanckley, Captain H. C. N., Royal Marines. 
Beaumont, Captain D., 17 F. [District, Bengal. 

Chapman, Captain E. P., R. Art. D.A.Q.M. Gen. Saugor 
Lloyd, Bt.Major C.W., i6F.Br.Major, Straits Settlements. 

Passed out in December 1870. 
King, Captain C. C, R. Mar. Art. Professor R. M. College. 
Savile, Captain A. R., 18 F., Garrison Instructor, Dover. 
Mitchell, Captain H. L., R. Art. Brigade Major, School of 
Maurice, Captain J. F., R. Art. [Gunnery. 

Clery, Captain C.F., 32 P. D.A.Adj. and Q.M. Gen. Dublin. 
Harvey, Captain C. L., 71 F. D.A.Adj. and Q.M.G., Cork. 
Boileau, Captain C.H., 61 F. D.A.Adj. & Q.M.Gen. Malta. 
Sartorius, CaptairfP. II., 59 F. 

Roe, Captain E. M., 23 F. Garrison Instructor, Shorncliffe. 
Little, fit. Major H. A., Bengal S. Corps. 
Anstruther, Captain R.H.L.,RitieBrig.Adj. 2 Suffolk Adm. 

Batt. Rifle Volunteers. 
Gardner, Captain C. H., 12 F. 
Colvile, Captain C. F., n F. Brigade Major, Belfast. 

*,* In the foregoing lists the names are placed in the 
Order of Merit in which the Officers passed the final 
Examination, as officially notified; but, the Order of 
Merit in which Officers have passed out of the Staff Col- 
lege having ceased to be disclosed, their names in the fol- 
lowing lists are consequently given in the Order of Mtrit 
in which they passed into the Staff College. 

Passed out in December 1871. 

Roberts, Captain F., R. Artillery. 

Needham, Capt. J.L., R.Mar.Art. Professor, R. Naval Coll. 

Schwabe, Captain G. S., 6 Dr. Gds. Brigade Major of 

Moffat, Lieut. H. B., 24 F. [Cavalry, Aldershot. 

Jones, Captain H. T., 81 F. 

Brain, Lieut. D. L., 4 F. 

Nicolls, Bt.Lt.Colonel O. H. A., R. Artillery. 

Montague, Captain \V. E., 94 F., Brigade Major, Mauritius. 

Lascelles, Bt.Major W. R., Rifle Brigade, D.A. Adj. and 

Q.M.G. Portsmouth. 
Cardew, Capt. F., 82 F., D.A. Q.M.G. Aldershot. 
Dundas, Captain H. L., 15 F. Deputy Assistant Adjutant 

and Quarter Master General, Portsmouth. 
Johnson, Bt.Lt. Colonel C. R., 50 F. Brigade Major, Dublin. 

Passed out in December 1872, 
Hart, Captain A. FitzRoy, 31 P. Brigade Major, Aldershot. 
Hammick, Captain St. V. A., 43 P. Garrison Instructor, 



Passed out in December 1873. 



Gardiner, Capt.A.C.,i4Hussa is, Ail j. Derbyshire Yeomanry 
de Montmorency, Captain R. O., 83 P. [Cavalry. 

Mackey, Captain H. A., R. Art., Brigade Major, Jamaica. 
St. Clare, Captain T. S., 49 P. , Brigade Major, Hong Kong. 
Boyle, Captain E. V., R. Art. Brigade Major, Aldershot. 
Milner, Captain F. H. W., R. Art. Instructor, R.M. College. 
Gordon, Bt.Major R.W. T., 93 F. Brig. Major, Aldershot. 
England, Capt. E. L., 13 F., Brigade Major, Nova Scotia. 
Gosset, Captain M. W. E., 54 F. Instructor R.M. College. 
Bunbury, Captain C. H., 94 F. Instructor R.M. College. 
Hall, Captain B. G., R. Marine Artillery. 
Buxton, Lieut. J. W. F., 27 F. Intelligence Branch. 
Brickenden, Lieut. R. H. L., 42 F. Garrison Inst., Malta. 
Graham, Captain F. W., 103 F., D.A.A.G. Devonport. 
Dugdale, Lieut. A. G.,R.Art., A.d.C.to SirC.L.D'Aguilar 
Hill, Captain R, 39 F., Assistant Garrison Instructor, 
Dooner, Captain W. T., 108 F. [Poona. 

Collen, Bt. Captain E. H. H., Bengal Staff Corps. 
*Duncan, Major A. W., R. Artillery; 

* Passed the final Examination without having previously gone through the College courss. 



Clavton, Captain E., R. Art. Professor, R.M. Academy. 

Shaw, Major G. K., 68 F. 

Molyneux, Lieut. W. C. F., 22 F. 

Dalrymple, Bt.Major W. L., 88 F., D.A. Adj. and Q.M. 
Gen. Manchester. 

Walford, Lieut. N. L., R. Art., Instructor R.M. College. 

Gorham, Major G. A., R. Art., Garrison Instructor, 
Umballa. 

Morshead, Lieut. A. A., 24 F. 

M'Causlaml.CaptainM. F. H., R. Art., Garrison Instructor, 
Edinburgh. 

Bury, Lieut. J. T., R. Art., Aide de Camp toMajorGen. 
Primrose. 

Andrews, Lieut. J. W., 11 F. 

Russell, Bt.Major P. S., 14 Hussars, Instructor R. M. 
College. 

Brooke, Captain C. K.,.15 F., Brigade Major', Dover. 

Murray, Lieut. C. W., 61 F., Acting D.A.Q.M.G. Intelli- 
gence Branch, Ireland. 

Cooper, Lieut. H., 47 P. 

Duncan, Captain J., 102 F. Garrison Instructor. 

Poignand, Captain G., 59 F. Assist. Garrison Inst. Poona. 

Burnett, Bt.Major C. J., 15 F. 

♦Hutchinson, Captain W. F. ML, R. Art. 

*Hildyard, Lieut. R. C. T., R. Eng., Inst. R.M. Academy. 

Passed out in December 1874. 
Hare, Lieut. W. A. H., R. Eng. 
Ardagh, Captain J. C, R. Eng., Deputy Assistant Quarter 

Master General, Intelligence Branch. 
Hawkins, Captain G. W., R. Art. 

Walker, Lieut. A. G., R. Art., Instructor R.M. Academy. 
Pratt, Captain S. C, R. Art., Instructor R.M. College. 
Stanley-Creek, Captain B., 23 F., Brig. Major, Bermuda. 
Voye, Lieut. A. de la, 56 F., Instructor R.M. College. 
Lloyd, Lieut. N. Y., 82 F. 

Hitchcock, Captain T. B., 53 F., Brig. Major, Chatham. 
Taylor, Capt G.L. LeM., 16 F. Assist. Garrison Instructor. 
Courtenay, Lieut. E. J., 35 F. 
Wood, Bt.Major Hon. H. J. L., 12 Lancers, Brigade Major 

of Cavalry, Curragh. 
Gatacre, Captain W. F., 77 F., Instructor R.M. College. 
Boulderson, Major F., 17 Lancers. 
Lugard, Captain E. J., 4 F. 
•Webber, Major C. E., R. Eng. 

Passed out in December 1875. 
Morris, Lieut. W. G., R. Eng. 
Browne, Captain J. H. G., R. Art. 
Primrose, Captain Hon. E.,Gr.Gds., Brigaoie Major, Home 

District. 
Dawes, Captain B. M., 100 F. 
Hall, Major W. B., R. Art. 
Yule, Lieut. W. A., 21 F. 

Kitchener, Captain H. E. C, 46 F., Garrison Instructor. 
James, Lieut. F. W., 9 F. 
Brownrigg, Captain H. S., Rifle Br. 
Orr, Captain S. E., 94 F., Garrison Instructor, Gibraltar. 
Noyes, Captain G. A., R. Art. 
Kelly-Kenny, Captain T., 2 F. 
Elias, Captain R., 59 F. 
Dyke, Captain F. H., 69 F. 
Curteis, Captain R. L. H., 16 F. 
Glen, Captain A., 10 F. 
Wardroper, Captain E., 107 F. 
Mallock, Lieut. T. J. R., 7 P. 
Eardley-Wilmot, Captain W. A., 5 F. 
•Harrison, Lt.Col. R.,R. Eng. 
•Hamilton, Captain A. C, R. Eng. 

Passed out in December 1876. 



Pilkington, Lieut. H., R. Eng. 
Fife, Captain J. O, 65 F. 
Grover, Captain G. E., R. Eng. 
Brunker, Lieut. H. M. E., 26 F. 
Villiers, Capt. Hon. G. P. H., Gr. Gds. 
Lynch, Captain E. J., 3 F. 
Milner, Lieut. E. C, 18 F. 
Murray, Captain E. K., 89 F. 
Milner, Lieut. A. J., 18 F. 
Lloyd, Captain F. E., 76 F. 
Morgan. Captain A. B., 19 F. 
Marshall, Lieut. L., 20 F. 
Currie, Captain A. D., 41 F. 
Du Vernet, Lieut. F. T., 56 F. 



Elliot, Lieut. Hon. W. P., 93 F. 
Clarke, Captain E. L., 103 F. 
Beugough, Captain H. M., 77 F. 
Money, Captain E. C, 87 F. 
Fraser, Lieut. A. H., 33 F. 



n5 
STAFF. 



COMMANDING IN CHIEF. 

FieldMarshal^Boya^.^GEORaEW.r. C. DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE, KG.KB. GCB. GCMG. 

Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, &c, 15 July 5°- 

Bricate Senary Major General Hon. James Wm. B. Macdonald,CB., « W^ 



Lieutenant General Sir Alfred H. Horsford, GCB., 79 F. 1 Oct. 74. 

tfe^Maarir^ Corps (For **«. 



Military Secretary Lieutenant ^eneia. o« ~— — — . 

, Colonel Robert B. Hawley, h.p. 60 Rifles, 1 April „• 



Assistant Military Secretaries { C< $£&f %££% ^^ 

—*«- fe^s^ a ^S|^||^-" 73 

LColonel Charles Stuart Henry, «J., Royal Artillery (Extra) . 

Adjutawt Genebal's Depabtmbnt. 

,,.,„, Ceneral Lieutenant-General Sir Charles H. Ellice, KCB. 49 F. 1 Nov. 76. 

ttJSZZZTZ. Major GeneralR.C.H.,aylor > C^No ; . 7: . 

AsjantAdjutantGeneraU ^^^^^^C^^ £* * 

... . .^ 7 -nt Maior R H. Bnller, CB., 60 Rifles, 1 April 74. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Bt.Major it. a. r> 

' „ . f-n„. rniHna Major General E. A. Whitmore, OB. 29 Nov. 76. 

Inspector General of Recruiting •""-".I 

Royal Abtilleby. 

„ . ... . „* a ,nrral Colonel R. P. RadcUffe, 1 May 75. 

EXSZZiZZ "-COW «■» To, S^, C. , 0* ,, 

B , t „, JM*U J#*-t 0«""« ! " *""'■"■■ AP " ' "' 

Royal EiraiNBEBS. 

o«** ^,«<a»< <?«-«* C0l0Iiel John MarshaU ^ ^ m - 7 % 

p^S *»«"' ****** a ™ ral Maj ° r R ° bert N Dawson-Scott, , Jan. 77 . 

Quabteb Masteb Genebal's Depabtmekt. 

Quarter Master General Major General Daniel Dysons, OS. x April 76. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel Alex. J. H. Elliot, Unatt.x July 7S . 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Major W. F. Butler, CB. h.p. 6 9 F. 30 Nov. 7S . 

IWiOr Master General, Intelligence Branch e. Major General Patrick Leonard MacDougall, 1 April 73. 
K^ TopoyrapKical Section p. ,. c. Bt. Lt.Colonel Robert Home, CB. Royal Engineers, , April 76. 

1p. s. c. Major W. K. Elles, 38 F. 1 AprU 76. 
p. s. c. Bt. Major C. J. East, 41 F- 1 April 76. 
p. ». c. Captain John W. Hozier, 2 Dragoons, 16 Aug. 7 5- 
p. ,. c. Captain Francis C. H. Clarke, Royal Artillery, 27 Mar. 72. 
p. s. c. Captain J. C. Ardagh, R. Eng. 13 July 76. 

Attachedfor Duty - P- »■ c " Lieut - Jame8 W " F " Bult ° n ' 2? F ° 0t ' ' AprU 74 " 

Drecior General of Military Education Major General Evelin Henry Frederick Pocklington, 1 Jan. 75. 

Assistant Director of Military Education p. .. e. Bt.Lt.Colonel G. D. Barker, 64 F. Dec. 76. 

Ikspectob Gekbbal op Rotal Abtilleby... Major General Sir James W. Fitzmayer, KCB. 1 April 75. 
Aide de Camp Captain E. Woollcombe, 1 Jan. 73. 

I BB pbctob Gb*bbal o> Auxtliaby Fobcbs... Major General James Wells Armstrong, CB. 25 Nov. 76. 

. •* AA ;jant Generals for Auxiliary ( Colonel E. G. Bulwer, CB h.p. Brigade Depot, 1 June 73. 
Assistant Adjutant { " neral ^ J° r „ i Colonel R. Biddulph, R. Artillery, 16 June 73. 

orC< " , . ( Colonel Thomas George Alex. Oakes, CB. 1 March 73. 2nd Cavalry 

Insvertinq Officers of Yeomanry Cavalry in , Di , triet _ii fa d Quarters, Alderskot. [_Quarters, Tori. 

Great Britain I Colonel Edward Seager, 1 April 37. ut Cavalry Dutritt-Ksad 



STAFF. 116 

1. NORTHERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Manchester 

Majob Gbnebal Commanding Lieut. General Sir Henry F de Bathe, Bart., i July 7 4- 

Aide de Camp Lieut. T. a B. Sargent 78 F. 20 April 75. 

. „ . r, , ( Colonel R. G. A. Luard, h.p. 62 F. 27 Sept. 75. 
Assistant Adjutant J- Quart. MasterGenerals | Q olonc ] c. p. x. Daniell. h.p. 28 F. 10 Oct. 76. 
Deputy Assist. Adj. 4 Quarter Master General p. s. c. Brevet Major W. L. Dalryrnple, 88 F. 21 Mar. 76. 
Garrison Instructor p. »■ c. Major J.H. Fawcett.h.p. 1 F. 24 Oct. 71. 

2. EASTERN DISTRICT. —Head Quarters, Colchester. 

Major Genebal Commanding SirEdward Harris Greathed, KCB 2 Apr. 72. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. Paget, 7 Hussars, 16 July 73. 

Assistant Adjutant ^Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel H. A Welman, h.p. Depot Batt . Oct. 75- 

BWm j, xr„ n r p. «. c Captain Gera Id Edmund Boyle, Rifle Brigade, 1 April 74. 

g^^^^e^:-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::^.. £ ». «. captain l. f. b. cary, r^ Brigade, 12 June 7 ,. 

3 WESTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Dtwomport. 

Majob General Commanding Lieut. General Henry Smyth CB. 1 Feb 74. 

4irfc rff Canto Lieutenant W. J.Smyth, Rifle Brigade, 1 Aug. 74. 

Aide decamp f Colonel H. P. Newton, R. Art. 22 Feb. 76. 

Colonels on the Staff. 1 Colonel Sir A.H. Freeling, Bt., R.Eng. 1 June 72. 

Assistant Adjutant 4- Quarter Master General Colonel F. F. Hamilton CB. h.p. 4 F. 1 J ^p- 

Deputy Assist. Ad/7 \ \ Quarter Master Gen... p. s. c. Captain F W. Graham, ,103 P. 11 Sept 74. 

Garrison Instructor. .„. P- >■ c - Ma J or F - J - Hutchison, h.p. 64 F. 1 Feb. 7i . 



4 SOUTHERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Portsmouth. 

LlB.XBNANT GENEBAL COMMANDING S ^^^^^'^^^ » ^ "' 

Aides de Camp ( Captain F. G. Doyle, 2 Dragoon Guards, 17 Sept. 76. 

f Colonel J. G. Petrie, R. Art. 19 April 72. 
Colonels on the Staff. \ Colonel R. Burnaby, R. Eng. 16 July 72. 

(Colonel A. Wombwell, h.p. Dep. Batt. 1 Nov. 72. 
Assistant Adjutant {Quarter Master Gentrals ; Lt Colonel Lord William F. E. Seymour, Coldst. Guards, 1 July 75. 

. , - , „, . n , (p.s.c. Captain W. R. Lascelles, Rifle Brigade, 4 Aug. 72. 
Deputy Assist. Adj. ^Quarter Master Generals |{,. iptam Henrv L . Dundas, 15 F. 1 July 74- 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. for Musketry Captain W. Marsden8 ? F. 1 May 75. 
Garrison Instructor p. >. e. Major W. H. Knight, h.p. 48 F. 1 Jan. 73- 

5. CHATHAM DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Chatham. 

ggal J/^r'Vr.V.V. ZV... f- »■ *■ Captain T. B JHtchcock !J 3J^^76 1 _____ 

6 SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Dover. 

/^7 ; /i„ «/„/F 3 ColonrlJ 11. Gibbon, Cii. Royal Artillery, 5 June 73. 

CoW« on f*« S^jf t Colonel J. F. M. Browne, CB. Royal Engineers, 1 Jan. 76. 

„ . _ , < Colonel H. A. Sarel, CB. h.p. 17 Lancers, 1 Dec. 74. 

Assistant Adjutant 4- Quarter Master Generals w.,,,,,,^, //„„. , Ta mes C. Dormer, Unatt. 1 April 74. 
^ . . ,, • v s c. Captain C. K. Brooke, 15 F. 3° Oct. 74. J horn . cl f e - 

Brigade Major J, e. Captain E. M. Roe, 23 F. .1 Sept. 73. Shomchfe. 

Garrison Instructors (p. ,. c . Captain A. R. Savile, 18 F. 14 Jan. 72- 

7. HOME DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, iforse Guards. 

Majob Genebal Commanding Lien'A ^ KnouTs! Sroto Fus^Gukrds, 1 Aug. 76. 

** «« C «'»'' ( $ Tc. Lieut. Colonel H. B. H. Blundell Grei 1 Gds. , [ Apr. A 

Assistant Adjutant Quarter Master Generals Colonel J. Pee,. h.p.Depot Batt. , May 7 6. For Becruitm 

V.- Captain Hon. E. H Primrose, Grenadier Gds. . Aug. 76. 

Brigade Major P Captain H. G. MacGregor, 29 F. 25 Jan. 72. 

Garrison Instructor y ' L ■ 

8 WOOLWICH DISTRICT. 

C L D'Aguilar, C5. R. Art. 1 July 74- 

Majob General Commanding ,,,c Lieut \ (i. Ihigdale, R. Art. 1 July 74. 

Aide de Camp £ J" ^{f^nel E. Marfcham, R. Art. . Feb. 7 6. 

Assist. Adjutant 4- Quarter Master Generals }£ t .Colonel A . H . K ing, R. Art. i5*ep. js- _ 

Commanding the Division f Captain A. Maclean, 1 Drs. 3 May 75. 

^ C <- r|cS»^ H BS|^:^B^ K -i)-r4. 

i— -^""""' ^ «-^^-- G — /S H^- r r F ^ldel H 2i E F.Tj°uly?f 90 "• 
Ditto while Inspector of Gymnasia j^l r tlllu F . Canlew, 82 F. 15 Oct 73- 

Di« ZhUe Inspector of Army Signalling Captai. a I .A. ^ 

Camp Quarter Master Quarter Mastei- George Douglas, 1 Dec. 65. 

Fire Master... T Xrout, 13 Dec. 61. 

Provost Marshal •••••• or^y' Colonel J. Turner, CB. 1 June 73- 

COMMANDING BoTAL ARTILLERY (Col, on Staff) COlOlie^ ^ £ y ^.^ ^ Feb ?4 . 

Bri<7arfc Major of Artillery ■■•■ — (< oUm e\ A. C. Cooke, CB. 21 Oct. 73. Artillery, : April 76- 

Commanding Royal Enginher {Col. on Staff) .- Col< ne g li , JotllBl , lc kenbury, Royal Artillery, 

Staj.mnfcwK.y Q^«r 0/ G.rri... Instruction ... Lt.CO ^ ^^^^ ^ ^ ; F _ „ Jan# „. 



Superintending uj/icei iy uu.. ... f s c e'aptam h.duhi., .«•-■ - 

G^«o« J««r« e tor. - lMajor T. H. Pitt, R. Art. 7 Jan. 75 



ii7 Staff. 

CAVALRY BRIGADE. 

ComnrurDnrG Bbigadb Major General R. Wardlaw, CB. 3 Dr. Gds. 1 July 76. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. J. St. John Frederick, 6 Drs. 1 Aug. 76. 

Brigade Major p. ,. c Captain G. Salis Scliwabe, 6 Dr. Gda. 15 May 73. 

1st INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

Commanding Bbigadb Major General J. M. Primrose, CSI. 27 Oct. 74. 

Aide de Camp p. t. c. Lieut. J. T. Bur}-, R. Art. 4 Nov. 74. 

BrigadeMajor p. t. c. Captain W. C. Hood, 2 F. 25 July 75. 

2nd INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

Commanding Beigade Major General R. Y. Shipley, CB. 1 Oct. 74. 

Aide de Camp Captain G. Barton, 7 F. 1 Dec. 74. 

Brigade Major p. t.c. Captain A. FitzRoy Hart, 31 F. 25 Nov. 76. 

3rd INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

Commanding Bbigadb Major General David Anderson, 1 April 76. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. T. E. G. Molyneux, 22 F. 1 April 76. 

Brigade Major p. t. c.Bt. Major W. T. Gordon, 93 F. 14 Aug. 75. 

10. NORTH BRITISH DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

Majoe Gbnbbal Commanding John Ramsay Stuart, 1 Oct. 75. 

Aidt de Camp Lieut. A. C. Spencer, 5 Lancers, 1 Oct. 75. 

Auittant Adjutant and Quarter Matter General... Colonel J. Sprot, h.p. 91 F. 1 Feb. 76. 

Dep. At lilt. Adjutant Gen. (for Mutketry) Captain C. E. Phipps, 18 F. 1 July 72. 

Fort Major Major J. Duncan, h.p. 19 Hussars, 1 July 73. 

Garriton Initruetor p. t. c. Captain M. F. H. M'Causland, R. Art. 1 Sept. 74- 

11. JERSEY DISTRICT. 

Libtjt.Govbbnob & Colonbl oif 1EE Staff Major General W. S. R. Norcott, CB. 1 Oct. 73. 

Fort Major Jr Adjutant Lt.Colonel Edmund Davidson Smith, h.p. 95 F. 16 Jan. 74. 

12. GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

Libut. Govbenoe & Colonel on Staff Major General Son. St. George G. Foley, CB. 1 May 74. 

Fort Major Lt.Colonel W. H. Orme, h.p. 85 F. 1 Oct. 75. 

IRELAND. 

Commanding thb Fobcbs ». General Ft. Son. Sir John Michel, GCB. iAug. 75. 

Auittant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel C A. Wynne-Finch, Scots Fus. Guards, 2 Aug, 75. 

j:i.. 1- n„ m „ ( Lieut. J. H. 0. Michel, 17 F. 1 Aug. 75. 

p < Captain F _ A Graves- Sawle, Coldst. Gds. S April 76. 

Commanding Royal Abtillbet (Col. on Staff) ... Colonel C. B. Fuller, R. Art. 24 May 74. 
Commanding Royal Enginbbe (Col. on Staff) ... Colonel T. A. L. Murray, 7 April 74. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel Sir Archibald Alison, Bart. KCB. tjnatt. 17 Oct. 74. 

Deputy Quarter Matter General Colonel H. H. Crealock, CB. h.p. 25 Feb. 74. 

Anittant Adjutant 4- Quarter Matter Generals i *^ or *V* G - Ge ^ R - Art- ' F f- ■?*• ,! ■ 

* 9 * I Colonel T. C. Lyons, h.p. Br. Depot, for Auxiliary Forcet, 9 Dec. 75. 

Deputy Auitt. Adj. and Quarter Matter General, £* »■ c> Captain H. M. Moorsom R. Art. 15 April 72. 
r " J * ip. ». c. Captain C. F. Clery, 32 V. 24 May 75. 

Do. Intelligence Branch p. s. c. Lieut. C. W. Murray, 61 F. (acting) 14 May 76. 

Deputy Attitt. Adjutant General (for Musketry) Captain A. H. Haldane, 93 F. 1 Jan. 73. 

■Brigade Major Captain H. S. Sitwell, R. Eng. 22 Aug. 72. 

Deputy Judge Advocate p. ». c. Major H. A. Brett, 43 F. 

(p. ,. c. Major R. Harbord, h.p. 7 F. 11 July 70. Cork. 

Garriton Initruetor, J p. s. c. Captain John Duncan, 102 F. Dublin. 

[p. t. c. Capt H. E. C. Kitchener, 46 F. 1 June 76. Curragh. 
AIDES DE CAMP TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND. 
Captain G. S. Byng, h.p. Rifle Brigade. Captain J. P. Kearney, Meath Militia (extra). 

Lieut. J. C. M. Beresford, R. Eng. Captain C. A. G. Becher, 1 Dr. Gds. (extra) 

Lieut. W. D. S. Campbell, 79 F. Captain R. J. P. Saunders, Kildare Militia (extra) 

Captain H. C. Montgomery, 6 Dr. Gds. (extra). Captain H. C. Norris, Oxfordshire Yeomanry (extra). 

Capt. J. M. McC'almont, Denbighshire Yeomanry (extra). 



DUBLIN DISTRICT. 

Commanding Dublin District Major General A. H. Herbert. CB. 1 April 73. 

Axdede Camp Captain J. T. D. Crosbie, 60 F. 1 April 73. 

..*.,.,. ,^ ,, f Colonel G. S. Young, h.p. 80 F. 2 Aug. 75. 

A„ut. Adjutant and Quarter Matter General, ... 1 c. Bt.Lt.Colonel F. S. Vacher, h.p. 22 F. 1 Feb. 75. 
,, . , „ . 1 Bt.Lt. Colonel L. S. Cotton, h.p. 63 F. for FecmitinaDutiet 1 Mav ta 

Brigade Major p. *. c. Bt.Lt.Colonel C. R. Johnson, 50 F. 1 Nov. 72. 

CURRAGH DISTRICT. 
Commanding Ccbbagh Disteict and IsO „ . -. „. „ „ 
sfectob General of Cavalby in Ieeland ... j Brig. Gen. W. H. Seymour, CB. h p. 2 Dr. Gds. 1 Oct. 74. 

Aide de Camp Captain W. H. Lee, 2 Dr. Gds. 1 Oct. 74. 

BrigadeMajor p . g . e . Brevet Major Son. H. J. L. Wood, 12 Lancers, 12 April 76. 

BELFAST DISTRICT. 

Commanding Belfast Disteict YC Major General W. D. Bell, CB. 1 Mar. 75. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. M. Moorsom, Rifle Brigade, 20 April 7- 

Bngade Major ?J . ,. c . Captain C. F. Colville, 11 F. 1 June 73. 

CORK DISTRICT. 

Commanding Cork Disteict Major General Sir Richard D. Kellv, KCB. 1 April 74 

Aide de Camp . Lieut. H. W. W. Spooner, 94 F. 7 April 75. 

Aitutant Adjutant <*f»eral Bt.Lt.Colonel W. T. Goldsworthy, h.p. 91 F. 1 July 7S 

Deputy Atiut. Adj. 4" Quarter Matter General... p.t.c. Captain C. L. Hsrvev, 7I F. 1 Jan. 74 
Ditto (for Muikttry) Captain W. K. Leet, 13F/1 July 72 



H7a 



MOBILIZATION OF THE FORCES AT HOME- 



N.B.— The Quarters of the troops determine their place 
quarters change their place for mobilization accordingly. 



the Field or Garrison Army : troops changing 



FIELD ARMY. 



1st ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Colchester. 

Staff.— General Commanding. 

Aides de Camp (Four). 
Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 
Ii,- r ut,i Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 
Brigadier General Royal Artillery. 
Aide de Camp. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Colonel Commanding , Royal Engineers. 
Aide de Camp. 

Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 
Commandant at Head Quarters. 
Provost Marshal. 
Commissary General. 
Principal Medical Officer. 
( 'iii< J Staff Veterinary Surgeon. 
Princijial Chaplain. 



1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Colchester. 

-Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides de Camp (Two). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 
1> ,,ij instant Adjutant and Quarter Master General. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Artillery. 

Adjutant, Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Engineers. 
Adjutant, Royal Engineers. 
Assistant Commissary General. 
Principal Medical Officer. 
Chaplain. 



1st BRIGADE.— Colchester. 
-Major .General Commanding. 



Aide de Ca 
Brigade Major 
Commissary. 
Battalions. 


mj). 


QUABTEBED AT 

Colchester. 






do. 


105th „ 




do. 



SlABF.- 



2nd BRIGADE.— Colchester. 
-Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Commissary. 
Battalions. Quabtebed at 

2nd Bn. 18th Foot Fermoy. 

50th „ Kmsale. 

82nd „ Buttevant. 

* Wanting, 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS— Colchester. 

Quabtebed at 
49th Foot Portsmouth. 

Buckinghamshire Yeomanry Buckingham. 

G Bat. 25th Brig. Royal Artillery Ipswich. 

B do. do Colchester. 

D ,',' do. do do. 



1st Comp. Royal Engineers Shomclifle. 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



ii7& 



Mobilization. 
2nd DIVISION. 



-Head Quarters, Chelmsford. 



Staff. — Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides de Camp (Two). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Hatter Generals {Two). 
Deputy Attittant Adjutant and Quarter Matter General. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Artillery. 

Adjutant, Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Engineers. 
Adjutant, Royal Engineers. 
Attittant Committary General. 
Principal Medical Officer. 
Chaplain. 



1st BRIGADE.— Chelmsford. 
STAFF. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Committary. 
Rattalioxs. Quabtbbbd at 

andBn. 4th Foot The Curragh. 

53rd Birr. 

99th „ Kilkenny. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Warley. 
StAFT. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Committary. 
Battalioxs. Quabtebed at 

3rd Bin. Rifle Brigade Shorncliffe. 

and Bn. 6th Foot Dover 

2nd Bn. 25th „ Shorncliffe. 



DIVISIONAL TROOP S.-Chelmsford. 

QUABTEBED AT 

2nd Bn. 5th Foot Woolwich. 

Herts Yeomanry Hertford. 

A Bat. 16th Brig. Royal Artillery Newcastle. 

C „ do. do. do. 

G „ do. do. do. 

2nd Comp. Royal Engineers Chatham. 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Gravesend. 

'tenant General Commanding. 

Aidet de Camp (Two). „ , ,_ , 

Attittant Adjutant and Quarter Matter Generalt {Two). 
Deputy Attittant Adjutant and Quarter Master General. 
Lieutenant Colonel, 'Royal Artillery. 

Adjutant, Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel. Royal Engineers. 

Adjutant, Royal Engineers. 
Assistant Commissary General. 
Principal Medical Officer. 
Chaplain. 



Staff.- 



1st BRIGADE. -Gravesend. 
-Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Committary. 
Battalioxs. Quabtered at 

2nd Bn. 4th Foot Belfast. 

istBn. 23rd Dublin. 



94th 



Newry. 



2nd BRIGADE.-Chatham. 
Staff.— Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Committary. 
Battaliokb. Quabtebed at 

76th Foot Chatham. 

29th „ do. 

30th , do. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Gravesend. 

Quartered a* 
90th Foot Limerick. 

West Kent Yeomanry Gravesend. 

F Bat. 18th Brig. Royal Artillery Birmingham. 

D „ 16th „ do. Weedon. 

E ,, do. do. do. 

22nd Comp. Royal Engineers London. 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Maldon. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Committary. 



Quartered at 

18th Hussars Colchester. 

l*t Dragoons Norwich. 

16th Lancers Shorncliffe. 



Quartered at 

K*nex Yeomanry Waltham Abbey. 

Suffolk Yeomanry Bury St. Edmund*. 

E Bat. D. Brig.Royal HorseArtillery ... Canterbury 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.- 

Staff. —Colonel Commanding 



-Colchester. 1 ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— Colchester. 



Adjutan 

Ql'ARTEBED at 

Bat. B. Brig. K. Borne Artillery Woolwich. 

.. do. do. 

n do. do. 

, 18th Rrig. Royal Artillery Shoffleld. 

d°- „ do. do. 

• Army Corp Ammunition Reserve. • 



Staff. — Colonel Commanding. 
Adjutant. 



A Troop Royal Engineer Train ") 

(Pontoons) ) 

\ C Troop do. \ 

(Telegraph) j 

31st Comp. Royal Engineers, ) 

and Field Park j 



Wanting. 



Quabtebed as 
Aldershot. 



Mobilization. 



117c 



2nd ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Aldershot. 

Staff.— As jor 1st Army Corps. 



1st DIVISION.— H ead Quarters, Aldershot. 
Staff. — At in 1st Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.-Aldershot. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

2nd Bn. 2nd Foot Aldershot. 

2nd Bn. 8th „ do. 

2nd Bn. 13th „ do. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Aldershot. 
Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 



Battalions. 

2nd Bn. 20th Foot. 

58th „ .. 

64th „ .. 



Quartered at 

Aldershot. 

do. 

do. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Aldershot. 

Quartered at 
96th Foot Aldershot. 

Berks Yeomanry Hungerford. 

A Bat. 1st Brig. Royal Artillery Aldershot. 

C „ do. do. do. 

D „ do. do. do. 

* Comp. Royal Engineers do. 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



2nd DIVISION.— Head- Quarters, Guildford. 



Staff.— As in 
1st BRIGADE.— Guildford. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

1st Bn. 19th Foot Aldershot. 

100th „ do. 

2nd Bn. 11th do. 

2nd BRIGADE.-Petersfield. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

* Foot 1'orUmouth. 

* „ Parkhurst. 

47th , 



1st Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Guildford. 

Quartered as 
61st Foot Aldershot. 

j Oxfordshire Yeomanry Woodstock. 

1 B Bat. 1st Brig. Royal Artillery Aldershot. 

I F ,, do. do. do. 

i G „ do. do. do. 

27th Comp. Royal Engineers do. 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



3rd DIVISION.— -Head Quarters, Dorking. 
Staff. — As in 1st Army Ctrps. 



1st BRIGADE— Dorking. 

Staff. — At in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Ayr and Wigtown Militia Ayr. 

Renfrew do Paisley. 

Perth do Perth. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Horsham. 

Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Galway Militia Loughrea. 

North Cork do Mallow. 

South Cork do Bandon. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Dorking. 

Quartered at 
Armagh Militia Armagh. 

Middlesex Yeomanry Uxbridge. 

F Bat. 25th Brig. Royal Artillery Bristol. 

D „ 18th Brig. do Trowbridge. 

• „ • do • 

• Comp. Royal Engineers 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Lewes. 

Satff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 



Quartered at 

5thLancers Aldershot. 

17th Lancers do. 

20th Hussars Brighton. 



Quartered at 
Hants Yeomanry Winchester. 

E Bat. E. Brig. Royal Horse Artillery.... Aldershot. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Aldershot. 



Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

C Bat. E Brig. Royal Horse Artillery 
B „ do. do. 

D „ do. do. 

E „ 1st Brig. Royal Artillery 

G „ 24th Brig. do. 

• Army Corps Ammunition Reserve 



Quartered at 

Aldershot. 

Christchurch. 

Dorchester. 

Devonport. 

Woolwich. 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— Aldershot. 

Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 

Quartbred at 

* Troop Royal Engineer Train \ • 

(Poutoons) J 

i C Troop do. ) Aldershot. 

(Telegraph) J 

• Comp. Royal Engineers and) 

Field Park) " 



• Wanting 



ltd 



Mobilization. 



1st BKIGADE.— London. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

BATTALIONS. QUABTEBED AT 

ist Bn. Grenadier Guards Chelsea. 

and Bn. Scots Fusili er Guards The Tower. 

2 nd Bn. Grenadier Guards {^Siks. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Croydon. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quabtbeed at 

3rd Bn. Grenadier Guards Chelsea. 

ist Bn. Coldstream Guards j W ££ 

1st Bn. Scots Fusilier Guards Shorncliffe. 



3rd ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Croydon. 

Staff. — As for 1st Army Corps. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Croydon. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Croydon. 

Quaetbbbd at 
3rd Bn. 60th Rifles Winchester. 



Staffordshire Yetmanry Lichfield. 

A Bat. 24th Brig. Royal Artillery Woolwich. 

B „ do. do. do. 

„ do. do. do. 



9th Comp. Royal Engineers , 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Eed Hill. 



Staff.— As in 
1st BRIGADE.-Red Hill. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quaetbbbd at 

Kilkenny Militia Kilkenny. 

King's County Militia Birr. 

Limerick County Militia Limerick. 

2nd BRIGADE.-Red Hill. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quabtbeed at 

1st Surrey Militia Richmond. 

2nd do. Guildford. 

3rd do. Kingston. 



1st Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS— Red Hill. 

Quabtbeed at 
Tyrone Militia Omagh. 

Warwickshire Yeomanry Warwick. 

B Bat. 16th Brig. Royal Artillery Hilsea. 

F „ do. do. do. 

E „ 24th do. Woolwich. 

* Comp. Royal Engineers * 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



1st BRIGADE.— Tunbridge Wells. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quabtbeed at 

West Kent Militia Maidstone. 

4th Middlesex Militia Hounslow. 

London Militia London. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Maidstone. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quaetbbbd at 

East Middlesex Militia Hampstead. 

2nd do. Barnet. 

3rd do. Turnham Green. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Tunbridge Wells. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS— Tunbridge Wells. 

Quabtbeed at 
Sussex Militia Chichester. 



Leicestershire Yeomanry., 



Leicester. 

A Bat. 25th Brig. Royal Artillery Shorncliffe. 

C „ do. do. Sheerness. 

E „ do. do. Shorncliffe. 

* Comp. Royal Engineers * 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Ashford. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 





Quaetbbbd at 


1st Life Guards 


London. 


2nd do. 


Windsor. 


Royal Horse Guards 


London. 



QUABTEBED AT 

East Kent Yeomanry Canterbury. 

A Bat. E. Brig. Royal Horse Artillery do. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Croydon. 
Staff. — As in i*t Army Corps. 

Quaetbbbd at 
E Bat. B Brig. R. Horse Artillery Exeter 

* „ * do. do. do. 

* „ * Brig. do. * 

D Bat. 24th Brig. Royal Artillery Woolwich. 

F ,, do. do. do. 

• Army Corps Ammunition Reserve. * 



CORPS ENGINEERS.— Croydon. 
Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

Quabtbeed at 



* Troop Royal Engineer Train") 

(Pontoons) j 

* | Troop do. \ » 

(Telegraph) ) 

15 Comp. Royal Engineers and") ^ . . • 

Field Park! Kensington. 



Wanting. 



Mobilization. 



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4th ARMY CORPS.-Head Quarters, Dublin. 

Staff.— At for itt Army Corpt. 



1st DIVISION. -Head Quarters, Dublin. 

STAFF.— At in ist Army Corps. 



Battalions. 

iBt Bn. Rifle Brigade . 

istBn. 7th Foot 

93rd „ 



1st BRIGADE.— Dublin. 

Staff. — At in itt Army Corpt. 



Quartered at 

Dublin. 

do. 

do. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Belfast. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Edinburgh Militia Dalkeith. 

1st Lanark do Hamilton. 

2nd do. do Lanark. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Dublin. 

Highland Light Infantry Militia Inverness! AT 

6th Dragoons Dublin. 

G Bat. 14th Brig. Royal Artillery Dublin. 



18th Comp. Royal Engineers Cork. 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. ' 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarter*, The Curragh. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.-The Curragh. 

STAFr. — As in ist Army Corj>s. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

75th Foot The Curragh. 

86th „ do. 

88th „ Athlone. 

2nd BRIGADE.— The Curragh. 

Staff. — At in itt Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

1st West York Militia Pontefract. 

2nd do. York. 

3rd do. Doncaeter. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.- 


-The Curragh. 




QUARTBRBD LC 


19th Hussars 


Longford. 


B Bat. 14th Brig. Royal Artillery. 
C „ do. do. 
D „ do. do. 


Athlone. 

Kilkenny. 

Newbridge. 






* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Cork. 



Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Cork. 

Staff.— At in ist Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

1st Somerset Militia Taunion. 

2nd do. Bath. 

Hereford Militia Hereford. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Limerick. 

Staff.— At in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

1st Warwick Militia Warwick. 

2nd do. do Leamington. 

Glamorgan do Cardiff. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Cork. 



77th Foot 

5 th Dragoon Guards . 



Ballincollig. 



Artillery Clonmel. 

do. Limerick. 

do! - Fernioy. 



E Bat. 14th Brig 
F „ do. 

A „ do. 

23rd Comp. Royal Engineers Cork. 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



7th Dragoon Guards 
2nd do. 

4th do. 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.-The Curragh. 



Staff.— As in ist Army Corpt 



Quartered at 
Newbridge. 
Dublin. 
Dundalk. 



D Brig. Royal Horse Artillery .. 



Quartered at 
Ballincollig. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY. -Dublin. 

Statf.— As in ist Army Corps. 

Quartered at 

C Bat. D Brig. Royal Horse Artillery... OM j^ 

S ;; d d o°: & '■'■'■ Newbr i dge - 

• „ * do. Royal Artillery , 

* „ * do. do. 

* Army Corps Ammunition Reserve. 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS-DubUn. 
* Troop Royal Engineer^^ 

M Troop d0 - (Telegrap h)j 

.Oomp.RoyalEngmeers^ai 



Wanting. 



17/ 



1st BRIGADE.— Salisbury. 

Staff. — At in itt Army Corp: 

Battalions. Quabtbbbd at 

31st Foot Portland. 

41st ,, Pembroke. 

52nd , Plymouth. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Salisbury.; 
Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

BATTALION'S. QUABTBBBD AT 

ist Bn. 16th Foot GosportForts. 

* „ „ do. 

Wexford Militia Wexford. 



Mobilization. 
5th ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Salisbury. 

Staff. — At for itt Army Corpt. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Salisbury. 
Staff. — At in itt Army Corpt. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS— Salisbury 

36th Foot Di 

North Devon Yeomanry Barnstapl 



UABTBBBD 

evonport 



E Bat. 18th Brig. Royal Artillery Newport. 

* „ * do. do. * 

" „ * do. do. * 

• Comp. Royal Engineers * 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



1st BRIGADE.— Warminster. 

Staff. — At in itt Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtbbbd at 

Monaghan Militia Monaghan. 

Louth do Dundalk. 

Longford do Longford. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Warminster. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 
BATTALioir8. Quabtbbbd at 

Wilts Militia Devizes. 

Worcester do Worcester. 



2nd DIVISION. — Head Quarters, Warminster. 
Staff. — At in ist Army Corpt. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Warminster. 



Quabtbbbd 
Shropshire Militia Shrewsbur 

North Somerset Yeomanry Bath. 



Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery 
,, * do. do. 

„ * do. do. 



Comn. Royal Engineers 

,, * Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



1st BRIGADE— Gloncester. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Quabtbbbd at 

8outh Gloucester Militia Gloucester. 

Oxford Militia Oxford. 

North Gloucester Militia Cirencester. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Gloucester. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Qitabtsbbd at 

Berks Militia Reading. 

King's Own Tower Hamlets Militia ... London. 
Queen's Own Tower Hamlets do. ... Dalston. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Gloucester. 
Staff.— At in itt Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Gloucester. 



Quabtbbbd i 
Bucks Militia HighWycomfc 

Gloucester Yeomanry Badminton. 

Shropshire do Shrewsbury. 

* Bat. « Brig. Royal Artillery • 

* „ * do. do. * 

* „ * do. do. » 

* Comp. Royal Engineers • 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Yeovil. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Cotpt. 

1 3rt Dra 5o 00nGUnn1 '' ^anch"^ T I Wiltshire Yeomanry MaXrou^ 

ShH^ K&ot | Dorset Yeomanry Dorchester? 

We«t Somerset Yeomanry Taunton. | • Bnt. • Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Salisbury. 
Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

Bat. • Brig. Royal Homo Artillery ... Q<U, "." D AT 
.. * do. do. • 

.. ' to do. • 

.. * <1». Royal Artillery • 

•• ' to to • 

• Army Corps Ammunition Reserve. • 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— Salisbury 
Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

• Troop Royal Engineer Train) yuABTBBED a 

(Pontoons) J 

• i Troop do. I 

(Telegraph) f 

• Comp. Royal Engineers and) 

Field Park) 



• Wanting. 



Mobilization. 



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6th ARMY CORPS.— ffrad Quarters, Chester. 

Sli.Jp.— At for itt Army Corps. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Chester. 
8taff. — At in nt Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Chester. 

Staff. — At in ist Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Qr/ARTEBEn at 

ist Bn. 1st Foot Mullingar. 

106th Chester. 

38th „ Manchester.' 

2nd BRIGADE.— Conway. 

Staff — At in itt Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Quabtebed at 

Clare Militia Ennis. 

Dublin City Militia Dublin. 

Carnarvon do Carnarvon. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Chester. 

QCARTEBED iT 

Denbigh Militia Wrexham. 

Cheshire Yeomanry Chester. 



* Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery 

* ,, * do. do. 

* ,, * do. do. 

* Comp. Royal Engineers 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve- 



2nd DIVISION. — Head Quarters, Liverpool. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 



Ist BRIGADE.— Liverpool. 

Staff. — At in itt Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Quabtbred at 

1st Cheshire Militia Chester. 

2nd do. Macclesfield. 

4th Lancashire Militia Warrington. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Liverpool. 

Staff. — At in ut Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Qbabtbbbd at 

lit Stafford Militia Lichfield. 

2nd do. Stafford. 

3rd do. Nowcastlc-under-Lyno. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Liverpool. 

Quabtebbd at 
Roscommon Militia Boyle. 

Lancashire Hussars Ashton in Makerfield. 



Bat. • Brig. Royal Artillery 
,, • do. do. 

,, * do. do. 



Comp. Royal Engineers 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



1st BRIGADE— Manchester. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 
Battalions. Quabtibbd at 

1st Lancashire Militia Lancaster. 

Bad do. Liverpool. 

3rd do. Preston. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Preston. 

Staff. — At in itt Army Corpt. 

Battalions. Quartebed at 

Montgomery Militia Welchpool. 

lit Derby Militia Derby. 

2nd do. Chesterfield. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Manchester. 
Staff.— At in ut Army Corpt. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Manchoetcr. 



QUABTBBBD AT 

Flint Militia Mold. 



Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry ... Woraley. 



Bat. • Brig. Royal Artillery . 

„ * do. do. 
1 ,. • do. do. 



Comp. Royal Engineers 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



CAVALRY BRIGADE. 

Stapp. — At in ut Army Corpt. 



-Crewe. 



QUABTBBBD AT 

Denbighshire Yeomanry Ruthin. 

Derbyshire do Derby. 

Worcestershire do Worcester. 



Qt/ABTBBSD AT 



Bat. * Brig. Royal Horse Artillery 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Chester. 
Stapp. — At in itt Army Corpt. 

QUABTBBBD AT 

* Brig. R. Horse Artillery * 

* do. do. *■ 

* do. do. * 

* do. Royal Artillery * 

* do. do. * 

* Army Corps Ammunition Reserve. * 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— Chester. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

QUABTBBBD AT 

Troop Royal Engineer Train > » 

(Pontoons) $ 

i Troop do. \ » 

(Telegraph) j 

Comp. Royal Engineers and \ t 

Field Parkj 



Wanting. 



H7ft 



Mobilization. 



1st BRIGADE.- York. 
Stiff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

BATTALIOHS QUABTBEBD AT 

iet Bn. 22nd Foot Fleetwood. 

84th „ Preston. 

iBt Bn. 15th „ Sheffield. 

2nd BRIGADE.-York. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

Battalions. Quabtbebd at 

North Down Militia Newtownards 

South Down do Downpatrick. 

Dublin County do Dublin. 



7th ARMY CORPS.— Bead Quarters, York. 

Staff.— At for itt Army Corpt. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, York. 
Staff. — At in itt Army Corpt. 

DIVISION AI TROOPS.— York. 



Quabtbebd 
5tfc West York Militia Knaresborough 

Yorkshire Yeomanry York. 

B Bat. 18th Brig. Royal Artillery Coventry. 

* ,, * do. * do. * 

* „ * do. * do * 

Comp. Royal Engineers * 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. • 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Northamptor 
Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 



lit BRIGADE.— Northampton. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

Battalions. Qcaetbbbd at 

Northampton and Rutland Militia Northampton 

1st Norfolk Militia Norwich. 

2nd do. Yarmouth. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Northampton. 

Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

Battalions. Qcaetbbbd at 

Cambridge Miutia Ely. 

West Suffolk do Bury St. Edmunds. 

do Leicester. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Northampton. 

Quabtbebd at 
West Essex Militia Chelmsford. •' 



Southern Nottinghamshire Yeomanry.. 
Nottinghamshire Yeomanry 



Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery . 

„ * do. do. 

• „ * do. do. 



Nottingham. 



•Comp. Royal Engineers 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Darlingtor 
Staff. — At in itt Army Corpt. 



Battalions. 
North Lincoln Militia 
South Lincoln do. 
Nottingham do. 



lit BRIGADE— Darlington. 
Staff.— ^J in itt Army Corpt. 



Quabtbebd at 
Lincoln. 
Grantham. 
Newark. 



2nd BRIGADE.— Newcastle. 

Staff. — At in itt Army Corpt. 
Battaliohs. Quabtbebd at 

Hertford Militia Hertford. 

Bedford do Bedford. 

Huntingdon do Huntingdon. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Darlington. 

. , „ „ , ,.,. . Quabtbbhd a* 

6th West York Mihtia Halifax. 



Yeomanry 



* Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery . 

* „ * do. do 

* „ * do. do 



* Comp. Royal Engineers 

Infantry Ammunition Reserve 



Dragi on Qoaida 

I Dragoons 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Doncaster. 
Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

Q ™«,™h" I Quabtbebd Ail 
Edinburgh. 1st West York Yeomanry Doncaster 

'•'•' ■''■ • I ' Bat. • Brig. R. Horse Artillery 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— York. 

Staff.— At in tit Army C.r, 1. 

list. * Hnt'. ' U. BarM Artillery 

• do. 

,, * 'l'i. • do. 

,. • i\d. » Uoyal Artillory 

,, * 'In. * do 

• Army Corps Ammunition BMVTl 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— York. 
Staff.— At in ut Army Corpt. 
Troop Royal Engineer Train \ 

, „ (Pontoons) j 

i Troop do. ) 

(Telegraph)) * 

Comp. Royal Engineers and ) 

Field Park f 



Wanting, 



Mobilization. 



117* 



1st BRIGADE.— Edinburgh. 

Staff. As in ut Army Corpi. 

Battalions. Quabtbrbd at 

79th Foot Edinburgh. 

79th „ Fort George. 

26th „ Glasgow. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Edinburgh. 

Staff. — At in ut Army Corp: 
Battalion*. Quabtbbbd at 

Antrim Militia Belfast. 

Cavan do Cavan. 

Donegal do Liflbrd. 



8th ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

Staff. — At for ut Army Corps. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Quarter*, Edinburgh. 
Staff. — At in jst Army Corpt. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS 



Edinburgh. 

Qcartbrid at 

Kerry Militia Tralee. 

Ayrshire Yeomanry Ayr. 

G Bat. 18th Brig. Royal Artillery Leith. 

* ,, * do. do. • 

* ,, • do. do. 



Comp. Royal Engineers 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



2nd DIVISION. — Bead Quartan, Glasgow. 

STAFF.— At in ut Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Glasgow. 
Staff.— At in itt Army Corpt. 

BATTALIONS. QUABTBRBD AT 

Highland Borderers Militia Stirling. 

Highland Rifles do Dingwall, 

Scottish Borderers do Dumfries. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Hamilton. 

Staff.— At in ut Army Corpt. 

Battalions. Quabtbrbd at 

Cumberland Militia Whit"! 

let Durham MUitia Barnard Oaatte. 

2nd do Durham. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-r.lasgow. 

Quabtbrbd at 

Northumberland Militia Alnwick. 

Queen's Own Lanarkshire Yeomanry... Glasgow. 



Hat • Mrig. Royal Artillery 
>> * .• 4o 

,, ' .. do. 



• Comp. Royal Engineers 

i Rcsorve. 



lit BRIGADE.-Melroso. 
STAFF.— At in ut Army Cory, 



Battalions. Quabtbrbd at 

East York Militia Beverley. 

North York do Richmond. 

Westmoreland Militia Carlisle. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Melrose. 

Staff. — At in ut Army Corpt. 

Battalions. Quartrbbd at 

5th Lancashire Militia Burnley. 

6th do. Salford. 

7 th do Bury. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, MeboM 

Staff. — As in ut Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS- 
Fermanagh Militia 



Mo! rose. 

1,'IiRTBBBD AT 

Knniskillen. 



NorthumberlandANewcastlc Yoomanry -j N«w«wtle-on- 



Bat. • Brig. Royal Artillery. 
■i * ii do. 

,. * „ do. 



• Comp. Royal Engineers 

■ • Infantry Ammunition Rcsorve. 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Musselburgh. 



Staff.— As 
Quartered at 
Westmoreland & Cumberland Yeomanry Penrith. 

Lanark Yeomanry Lanark. 

East Lothian Yeomanry Dunbar. 



itt Army Corps. 



Bat * Brig. R. Horse Artillery. 



QUABTBRBD AT 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Edinburgh. 
Staff.— As in ut Army Corps. 

Quabtbrbd at 



Bat 



Brig. R. Horse Artillery . 

do. 

„ do. 

„ Royal Artillery 

„ do. 

Army Corps Ammunition Reserve. 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— Edinburgh. 
Staff.— Ax in ut Army Corpt. 

Quabtbrbd at 

* Troop Royal Engineer Train ) „ 

(Pontoons) $ 

* i Troop do. ) , 

(Telegraph) f 

* Comp. Royal Engineers and \ 

Field Park J 



Wanting. 



ii 7 ; 



Mobilization. 



GARRISON ARMY 



PORTSMOUTH, 

Including Isle of Wight, Solent, Spithead, Gosport and Portsdown Works, and the Defences from 
Hurst Castle to Selsea Bill. 

StlIT. — General Commanding. 

Aides de Camp (Four). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Matter Generals (Two). 
Major General Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Major 'General' Commanding Royal Engineers. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 
Major General Commanding Isle of Wight. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding Portsmouth and Advanced Work). 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding Qotport and Advanced Workt. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 

REGULAR TEOOPS ...Infantry 37'* Foot, 107th Foot. 

Artillery md, $th, 6th, and yth Battery 22nd Brigade ; 1st, 4th, and $th Battery, 23rd Brigade. 

Engineers. ..5'*, 14'A, and 28'* Company. 

yTT.T TTA Infantry Hampshire, North Tipperary, Wickloic, Sligo, and Royal Aberdeen Highlanders. 

Artillery Royal Glamorgan, Isle of Wight, Haddington, Hampshire, Forfar, and South 

Tipperary. 

PENSIONERS Birmingham, Coventry, Derby, Halifax, Leeds, Leicester, 1st and 2nd Portsmouth, 

and Southampton Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the Counties of Berks, Bedford, Stafford, Buckingham, Wilts, 

Hants (including Isle of Wight), Nottingham, York (West Riding), Hereford, 
Oxford, Lancaster and Northampton. 

Artillery Detachments from the Counties of Hants, York (West Riding), Stafford, and 

Lancaster. 
Engineers. ..Detachments from the Counties of York (West Riding), Lancaster, Hants, and 
Northampton. 



PLYMOUTH, 

Including Staddon, Bovisand Breakwater, Maker and Whitsand Bay Works. 

Si kit.— Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides de Camp (Tico). 
Assistant Adjutant and (Quarter Masters Generals (Two). 
Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Aide dr C a m p , 
Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 
Major General Commanding Dcvonport and Advanced Works. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding Plymouth and Advanced Works. 
Aid* de Camp, 
Brigade Major. 

100PB ...Infuntry 103r.' Foot. 

Artillery ...4th, 5 M, 6th, jth, and 8'A Battery, 3rd Brigade. 
KiiK>"OurB...16'A and 33rd Company. 

mTUJTLA Infantry ...Cornwall Rangers, \st Devon and 2nd Devon . 

ArtUlory ...Cornicall and Devon Miners, Lancashire, Fife, [Devon and Dublin City. 
PENSIONERS Hath, 2nd Manche.t.r, 2nd Plymouth, 1st Manchester, and 1st Plymouth 

VOLUNTEERS 



Inkntry Detachment, from the Counties of Derby, Gloucester, Warwick, Devon, Salop and 

n oreatrr. ' r ' 

Artillery ...J)<iarhy»t.jrom the Counties of Devon (12th and 13th Corps only), Salop, Glouoest*, 
Engineers ^.DstaehmsnUfrom the Counties of Devon and Gloucester. 



Mai Hi: 117^ 



PORTLAND, 

Including tl Weir, Breakwater, and Notlie Forts. 

STIFF. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigad 
Lieuten unding Royal Artillery. 

Lieutenant Colon B yal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery ... 7 th Battery Wh Brigade. 
Enerineers* 

MILITIA ..Infantry Dorsetxhu-e. 

Artillery Cork City. 

PENSIONERS Taunton, Dorchester, and Trowbridge Dittricts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the County of Dorset. 

Artillery Detachments from the County of Dorset, 



DOVER, 

Including Dover Castle, Drop fr Breakwater Batteries, aho Fortt and 

Staff.— Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides 
Assistant Adjui laterals 'Two). 

Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 

Ir t i ll ory. 

Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers, 

Brigade Major, Boyal Engineers, 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 2nd Bn. \Qth I 

Artillery ...lit, 5th. 6th, an I jtk Batt,ry 10rA Brigade. 

Engineers ...30'A Com 
MILITIA Infantry Bait Kent. 

Artillery 1 

PENSIONERS -'nets. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry DetaehmenU from the Tower 2/amtets a.tl I Era*. Lucestsr, u 

Hertford. 

Artillery ...Detachments from the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, ith, 5'* Cimqm Ports, and U'h Edit. 



CHATHAM, 

1 

Staff. — General Commanding. 
■ 
Deputy Adjutant an. I Quarts* Matter Q m or a l* (Two). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quart *r MaiilT Qenerale (Two). 
Brigad I rtiUerg. 

A < am/). 

'littery. 
Colont i I .1' Em/ineers. 

1 amp. 
Brigade Major, Boyal Engineers. 

CHATHAM DIVISION. 

Including Chatham Lines, 11 ■ rts. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding at Chatham. 
1 amp. 
Briga : 
Lieuten Artillery, 

Adjutant, Boyal Art 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 
Adjutant, Royal Engineer*. 

SHEERNESS DIVISION. 

Including 8h* f Grain and Slough Porta. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding Sheerness. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigad- M ■ 
Lieuten ■ h'oyal Artillery. 

I 
Lieuten < Engineetz. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 2nd 

Artillery « I, 61 i, a« / jth B i':. ry 23r I Briga le, and 5th Battery 2nd Brigade. 

Engine) rs...4//< Company. 
MILITIA Infantry 5»< Mi 

Artillery Durham, and Yorkshire. 

PENSIONERS Pre, DiltricU. 

VOLUNTEERS! Infantry Detachment* from th < and County of Surrey. 

Artillery.... ..!>•'■' "'' - Ion and the County of Surrey ; alsoSth, §th, \Qth, 

12 ■ an I 13 i 

Engineers ...Deiae'tmenti from the OUy of London and Toiccr Hamlets. 
* Wanting, 

c t 



1I »l Mobilization. 

TILBURY DIVISION, 

Including Tilbury, Craresend, Coallwuse, Shornmeadc and Cliffe Forts. 

Staff.— Lieutenant General Commamding. 
Aides de Camp (Two). 
Assistant Adjutants and Quarter Master Generals (lwo). 
Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 
Major Generals' Commanding Volunteer Brigades (Four). 
Aides de Camv (Four). 
Brigade Majors (Four). 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery 2nd and 3rd Battery 10th Brigade, 3rd Battery 23rd Brigade. 

Engineers ...34M Company. 

BtHITIA Artillery Northumlerland, Argyle and Bute, and Antrim. 

PENSIONERS London District. . . 

l„t East Division, 2nd do. ; 1st West Division, 2nd do.; 1st North Division 

2nd do. ; South Division ; Woolwich and Greenwich. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the County of Middlesex. 

Artillery Detachments from the County of Middlesex and 1st Kent Corps. 

Engineers ...Detachments from the County of Middlesex. 



HARWICH, 

Including Landguard Fort and Harwich Defences, Circular Redoubt, Angel Gate Battery, Shoiley 
Battery and adjacent Towers. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 2nd Bn. 21st. 

Artillery 2nd Battery, 2nd Brigade 

Engineers... * 
MILITIA Infantry Essex Rifles. 

Artillery . . . West Suffolk. 

PENSIONERS Ipswich District. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry ...Detachments from the County of Suffolk. 

Artillery ...Detachments from the County of Essex. 



PEMBROKE, 

Including Stack Rock, South Hook, Popton Point, Hubierstone, West Blockhouse, Tliorne Island, 
Mumbles, St. Catherine's Island, Scoveston. 

STAFF. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

REOULAR TROOPS ...Artillery 2nd and 3rd Battery 3rd Brigade. 

Engineers. ..19'* Company. 

MILITIA Infantry Merioneth, Anglesey, Cardigan, Radnor, and Brecon. 

Artillery Carmarthen, and Pembroke. 

PENSIONERS ... Worcester, Cardiff, and Gloucestir Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the Counties of Cardigan, Montgomery, Radnor, Brecknock, and 

Pembroke. 

Artillery Detachments from the Counties of Glamorgan and Pembroke. 

Knguiccrs ...Detachments from the County of Flint. 



EDINBURGH, 

Including Lrith Fort and Defences. 



Sn»? —Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Cam/i. 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 

Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Co)oncl Commanding Royal Artillery, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers 

REOULAR TROOPS ...Artillery 4th Battery, 2nd Brigade. 

■ SOI. ..ISO Company. 

PENSIONERS Edinburgh, Paisley, Perth and Stirling Districts. 

V0LU5TEER8 Infantry Detachment, from the City of Edinburgh and the Counties of Midlothian and 

Haddington. 

Artillery Detachments Jrom the City of Edinburgh and the Counties of Midlothian and 

Haddington, 
Engineer*— Detachments from the County of Lanark 
• Wanting. 



Mobilization. 
CORK, 

Including Spike Island, Camden and Carlisle Forts. 
Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Matter OeneraU (Two). 

Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer!. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry g5 th Foot and • 

Artillery 2nd Battery 15th Brigade. 

Engineers... * 

MILITIA Infantry North, and South Mayo. 

W 1 ■_ __ Artillery Donegal. 

PENSIONERS at Cork, Tralee, Clonmel, and Tullamore Dittric 



DUBLIN, 

Including Kingstown, Howth, Pigeon House, Castle and Magazine Forts. 
Staff.— Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Matter Generate (7Vo). 

Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer! 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 91., Foot ,„„, . 

Artillery cth Battery 15th Brigade. 

L Engineers... • 

MILITIA Infantry Kildare. 

pp Artillery E,li„t„, rah, 

ritfSIONERS m „ t Kilkenny, irf Dublin, 2nd Dublin, Carlo*, and Longjord Dxsiriets. 



JERSEY. 

STAFF.— Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 

nant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer!. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry g Companies 104'* Foot. 

Artillery Half 4 M Battery 15th Brigade. 

. Engineers... • 

JUiLiriA Infantry 1st, 2»d, 3rd, 4th, and 511, Jersey. 

Artillery If*, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Jeriry. 



GUERNSEY. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Octmp. 
Brigade M , or. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry a Odwtpomim 104/A Foot. 

Artillery Half .\lh Battery 15th Brigade. 

,_.„, Bnjrlneem ... * 

MILITIA Infantry ht, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Light Infantry. 

Artillery Guernsey. 



ALDERNEY 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide & < 
Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colon, -I Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineer/. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry , Companies 104th Foot. 

Artillery lit and 5//1 Batteriet 15th Brigade. 

Engineers... • 

MILITIA Artillery Alderne,/. 

PENSIONERS „ Jersey District. 



SMALL PORTS AND POSTS IN IRELAND. 

Including Forts and Batteries at Athlone, Belfast, Lough Swilly, Lough Foyle, Enniskillen, Kilkerrin 

Tarbert, Carrig, Soattery, Limerick, Charles Fort, Kinsale and Waterford. 
L _ Under the command of the General of the District. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery 3rd Battery 15th Brigade. 

irrTTTTA Engineers... * 

mu ' 1TlA - Infantry Queen's County. Carhne, Londonderry, U'ettmeath, Meath and Leilrim. 

p-pvoTnwr.no Artillery Mul Oilier, Waterford, West Cork and Limerick. 

".flblONERS Athlone, \,t Belfast, 2nd Belfast, Armagh, Londonderry, Ennukill.n, Omagk, 

Lmtnsk, Ennis and Waterford Ditricts. 

C t 2 
• Wanting. 



ii7" 



Mobilization. 



LIST OF REGULAR TROOPS AT HOME 
AND MILITIA. 

With their Brigades, Divisions, and Army Corps, or Garrisons, 

FOR MOBILIZATION. 



CAVALRY. 



Army Corp: 



Royal Horse Guards 
i Dragoon Guards . 



Reqimenl. . 

Life Guards Cavalry Brigade 

Do. 

Do 3 

Do 5 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 4 

3rd Division 4 

Cavalry Unmade 7 

Dragoons Do. 1 



Begiment. 
Dragoons.. 
Lancers .. 



Army Corp: 

Cavalry Brigade 7 

Do. J 

1st Division | 

Cavalry Brigade 7 

Do 5 

Do } 

Do 2 

Do 1 

2nd Division 4 

Cavalry Brigade 2 

Garrison London. 



A Baltery B Brigade 

K 

A „ D „ 
B 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 
HORSE ARTILLERY. 



Army Corp: 

Army Corps Artillery 1 

Do. 3 

Cavalry Brigade 4 

Army Corps Artillery 4 

Do 4 

Do 4 



E Battery D Brigade 



Army Corpt. 

... Cavalry Brigade 1 

Do. 3 

Army Corps Artillery 2 

Do 2 

Do 2 

... Cavalry Brigade 2 



FIELD ARTILLERY. 



A Buttery 

B 

C 

D 



gade 



1st Division 
2nd „ 



Army Corpt. 



2 

2 
2 
Aimy Corps Artillery 2 

and Division 2 

2 
■1 
•1 
■1 
•1 
4 
•1 
1 



... md 
... 3rd 

md 
... md 

md 

... 3*1- 



Army Corp: 
A Battery 1 8th Brigade Army Corps Artillery 1 
1st Division 7 

2 



24th 



Army Corps Artillery 
... 3rd Division 



3rd 



... tst 

Army Corps Artillery 3 

... 2nd Division 

Army Corps Artillery 
Do. 

... 3rd Division 

... ist ,, 





Harwich 




.. Kdiiilniruli 


s .. .. « 


lillthmil A SI 


' .. 1 


• 


Pembroke 
Plymouth 

Ph mouth 


1 ,, lu 




.. Tilliury 



GARRISON ARTILLERY. 

Gtarrifon. 
4 Battery 10 Brigade... Newhaven ft . 

('l)IISt 

s .. .. •■• Dover 

... Dover 

1 I>"\i 'i- 

1 ,, 15 ,, AWemey 

• i n 11 

I I I, mi riok 

-, 1 * Charles Fort 

1 ; Waterford 

\ i Jersey 
* m •• »• \\ Guernsey 
5 ., AUleruey 



Garrison. 
6 Battery 15 Brigade... Dublin 
, ,, ... Portland 

„ ... Portsmouth 
, ,, ... Portsmouth 
, Portsmouth 

,, ... Portsmouth 
3 ,, ... Portsmouth 
, , Chatham & Sheerness 
,, Tilbury 

„ ... Portsmouth 
', ,, ...Portsmouth 
„ Chatham ft Shecrnew 
,, Chatham ft fcSheernes 



Mobilization. 



i 170 



ROYAL ENGINEERS. 



Troop R. E. 


Army Corps. 

Train Army Corps Engineers 1 

1 To bo divided between 1 
i companies of :st Army .- 1 

( Corps J 

< ArmyCorpsEngineers i 2 
i do. ... \ 1 


1 5th Company 

16th 

17th 

18th 
1 ,th 

22nd 

■"3rd ., 

-■;ib 
28th 
30th 



33rd 
34th 


Army Corp$ 

Army Corps Engineers 3 

. 'Uth 








Garrison Pembroke 


st Company 


4 


.. .. 2 nd , 1 










th „ 






th ,, 




.... Army Corps Engineers 1 


th „ 




mouth 

Garrison Tilbury £ Thames 


tli 


Garrison Portsmouth 



INFANTRY. 



Battalion '• Dicision 
1 1 



„ Coldstr. : 

',', Scots Fusilier Gds. 



iBl Pool 

2nd „ 



3rd 

4 th 
<;th 
6th 
rth 

8th 
9th 
10th 
1 nli 
13th 
14th 
nth 

18th 
19th 

21t*t 

•and 

23rd 

241I1 

2ftth 
29th 
30th 
31st 

/,th 
37th 



Army Corps. 1 
.... "3 
.... 3 



London 



aDiv.Hn.l 

2 1 

■ 

1 2 

1 

2 2 

■ 2 

3 1 

I 

1 5 

■ 1 

2 ...... 2 

2 



1 . 7 

1 3 1 



• * 3 1 

• 2 3 1 

. 1 1 5 

1 Div B E 

.Garrison Portsmouth 



4n1 .. 

47th .. 

1 Div.Bn. 

> 

■• 
58th I 

6irt |*0 It 

I 



82 nd 

84th 

S8th 

99th 
104th 



won. Amy Corps. 



.... 3 Div.Bn. 4 
7 
8 
1 
7 
i 
•1 

Dublin 



105th 

. Bine 1 



, l'iv.bn. 2 
1 
9 

■ 

A'drrney 



.Garrison Portsmouth 

I 



Regiment. Garrison. 

arma'rt hen Pembroke. 

ornwall and Devon Miners Plymouth. 

ievon Do. 

lurham Chatham. 

lamorean Portsmouth. 

[ampshiro Do. 

sloof Wight Do. 

lent Dover. 



MILITIA. 

ARTILLERY. 

ENGLAND AND walks. 



Regiment. Garrison. 

re Plyiuoiiih. 

Norfolk OoMt Defence. 

mberland Tilbury. 

Pembroke Pembroke. 

Suffolk Harwich. 

Newhaven. 

10 Chatham. 



rgyll and Bute Tilbury. 

dinburgh Dublin. 

ife Plymouth. 



Forfar and Kincardine Portsmouth. 

Haddington, Berwick, Lin- \ p Q 



lithgow, and Peebles. 



i-ntrim Tilbury. 

fork City Portland. 

lork (West) Belfast, Lough Swilly. and 

Lough Foyle 



Dublin Citv Plymouth. 

Limerick Oity Charles Fort 4 Waterfjid. 

M d-Ulster Athlonc. 

Bouth Tipperary Portsmouth. 



i\7p 



Mobilization. 



ENGLAND AND WALES. 



Btgiment. Brigade. Divition. Army Corps. 

Anglesey Garrison, Pcrnbroko 

Bedford a 3 7 

Berks 2 3 5 

Brecon Garrison Pembroke 

Bucks 3Div.Bn.5 

Cambridge 2 2 7 

Cardigan Garrison Pembroke 

Carnarvon 2 1 6 

jst Cheshire 1 2 6 

and Do 1 2 6 

Cornwall Garrison Plymouth 

Cumberland 2 2 8 

Denbigh iDiv.Bn.6 

i»t Derby 2 3 6 

and Do 2 3 6 

1st Devon Garrison Plymouth 

and Do Do. 

Dorset Garrison Portland. 

1st Durham 2 2 8 

and Do 2 2 8 

Essex Rifles Garrison Harwich 

West Essex aDiv.Bn.7 

Flint 3 Div.Bn.6 

Glamorgan 2 3 4 

North Gloucester 1 3 5 

South Do 1 3 5 

Hampshire Garrison Portsmouth 

Hereford 1 3 4 

Hertford 2 3 7 

Huntingdon 2 3 7 

East Kent Garrison Dover 

West Do 1 3 3 

ist Lancashire 1 3 6 

and Do 1 3 6 



«a 

rib 

6tfa 

-th 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Leicester 

North Lincoln.. 
South Do. .. 



Aberdeenshire Garrison Portsmouth 

Ayr and Wigtown 1 3 2 

Edinburgh 2 1 4 

Highland Borderers 1 2 8 

Highland Light Infantry iDiv.Bn.4 

Highland Rifles 1 a 8 



Regiment. Br\ 

London 

Merioneth 

East Middlesex 


qadc. 

Gar 

2 
2 

Ga 

2 . 
1 . 

1 . 

1 
Gar 

1 
2 

2 
2 

2 

2 . 

2 


Division. Army Corpt 

.... 3 3 

rison Pembroke 
3 3 


^rd Do 


:;::: \ : 3 




.::;: I 3 




Monmouth 

Montgomery 


3 6 

2 7 




2 7 


Northampton and Rutland 
Northumberland 


2 7 

2Div.Bn.8 

3 7 




Radnor 

Shropshire 


rison Pembroke 

2Div.Bn.5 

3 4 




3 4 






2 6 




2 6 




2 7 




2 3 


2nd Do 

3rd Do 


2 3 

2 3 


King's Own Tower Hamlets 
Queen's Own Do. 


2 

2 
2 
2 

2 . 

2 
1 
1 
2 

2 . 

3 . 


3 5 

3 5 

3 4 

3 4 

■■-•■ 3 8 

2 5 

2 5 




Westmoreland 

Wiltshire 




3 8 

3 8 




ist West York 








... 2 4 






5th Do 






6th Do 






ND. 


2 

2 

I ' 


* 4 

1 4 

3 2 

3 2 

2 a 




Perth 




Scottish Borderers 



Antrim 2 1 8 

Armagh 3Div.Bn.2 

Oarlow Garrison Lough Swilly 





3 






2 






3 


3 2 

:::::: I :::::: 1 

» 7 

1 7 

1 7 

> 6 

a.Div.Iin.8 

3 2 




„ 


Donegal 


2 






Dublin County 

Dublin City 

Fermanagh 

Gal way 


a 

a 

a 












OJCO 


King's Countj 





Leitrim Garrison Kinsale 

Limerick z 2 « 

Londonderry Garrison Limerick 

Longford 1 ...... 2 5 

Louth x ... 2 g 

North Mayo V Garrison Cork 

South Mayo d 

££ cat b Garrison Lough Foyle 

Moniighan z 2 S J 5 

Queen's Co Garrison Athlone 

Roscommon aDiv.Bn.6 

v" K ° V Garrison Portsmouth 

North Tipperary £> 0# 



/estiiipnth Garrison Belfast 

Wexford 2 x c 

Garrison Portsmouth 



STAFF.-SUB DISTRICTS. 



ENGLAND and WALES. 

"M",«* "I Brigade Depot, NEWCASTLE. County, Xokthi-mukrland. 
XN \Jt X. Lieutenant Colonel.— George Crastor Lambert, 10 May 76 ; Colonel, 30 Oct. 74. 
Paymatter. — 
Quarter Matter. — 
Lint Regiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 5th.— Militia, 1st Northumberland, 2nd Northumberland (to be raited). 

Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalion Northumberland, 8th Northum- 
berland, ist Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

"VT-^ Q Brigade Depot, CARLISLE. Counties, Ccmberlaxd, Westmoreland. 

JLN U» £li Lieutenant Colonel.— p. 1. e. Dominic J. Gamble, 8 Jan. 76 ; Colonel, 21 March 6%. 

Pat/matter.— Terrenco Rowan (acting), 16 Sept. 59 ; Q.M., 28 April 54 ; Hon. Major, 16 Sept. 69. 
Quarter Master. — Timothy Dixon, 5 Feb. 61. 
Line Regiments, 34th, 55th. Militia, Cumberland, Westmoreland. 

Volunteert, ist Administrative Battalion Cumberland, ist Adm. Batt. Westmoreland. 



■VT-. Q Briqade Depot , SUNDERLAND. County, Durham. 
llU. O. Lieutenant Colonel— Pearson 81 



Pearson Scott Thompson, CB. 18 Oct. 76; Colonel, 6 Jan. 67. 
Paymaster. — David Hepworth. rofi Foot {acting), 12 Aug. 63; Honorary Captain, 12 Aug. 67. 



Quarter Matter. — Henry Sludden. 4 May 60. 
68th, — 



Line Begimentt, 68th, 106th.— Militia, island 2nd Dm 

VolnnUm, ist, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Administrativo Battalions Durham, 3rd Durham. 

"VT-. A Brigade Depot, RICHMOND (Y. rk-hir. ). County, North Rioino OF TOBX. 
J.N U. Tt. Lieutenant Colonel. — Cadwallador Adams, C.B. 10 July 75; Colonel, 17 Nov. 73. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Matter. - 
Line Regiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 19th.— Militia, ist North York, and North York (to U 

Volunteers, island and Administrative Huttalions North Riding Yorkshire 

"VT— C Brigade Depot, BEVERLEY. County, Kist Uliiivn OF YORK. 

X^l W. »J. Lieutenant Colonel. — Hon. \ -;; Colonel, tt .' . 

Paymaster. — 
Quarter Matter. — 
£»'»« Regiment, ist a/ia" 2nd Batt. 15th.— Militia, 1st Ba 

Volunteers, ist \ •: But Riding Yorkshire ist East 

Biding Yorkshire 

"Vr^. O Brigade Depot, YORK. OihIj, ?,ir/ r/ Wf.si Ridi^o or Yom. 

*lUi v. U t uttn a mt XhianoU— Bdward B urgoyii o Onreton, at Nov. 741 Colonel, 28 Doc. 68. 

Paymatter. — 
(Quarter Master. — 
£»»« Regiment, ist <n»J md Butt. 25th.— Militia, 5th <;n,f and West York. 

Volunteers, ist Adminiatral . '■■ it Riding Yorkshire. 

■VT^ rj Brigade Depot, PONTEFRACT, temporarily at DONCASTER. < „unty, Vftn RlDISO OF YOBKSHHI. 
■L^l >J. I • Lieutenant Colonel. — Thomas Light foot, I'll. 1 April 7 5 ; Colonel, 4 April ( 4. 
Paymatter. — 
Quarto- Matter.— 
Line Regiments, 65th, 84th.— Militia, 3rd West York. 

VohtmUiri, 4th Adm, Bfttt, v. rkahire, 2nd West Riding Yorkshire. 

"•vT^- Q Zinc Rei/imentt, 61st, 105th.— Militia, 1st West York. 
l X^I *->. O" Volunteert, 3rd Adm. Pattartn West Riding Yorkshire, 7th West Riding Yorkshire. 

"M - .-* Q Brigade Dej>ot,B.JO.IF AX. County, Pari «f Wbst Riding of Yobk. 
■•■'«. 9i Lieutenant Colonel.— Patrick Robortson-Ross, OB. 3 Feb. 75; Colonel, 2 Juno 70. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Matter.— 
Line Regiments, 33rd, 76th.— Militia, 6th West York. 

Volunteers, and '.ion West Riding Yorkshiro, 3rd (30th attached) 

and 4U1 West Ruling Yorkshiro. 

ding of York. 
■tenant c,! U ii,i. Broadley Harrison, 7 April 75; Colonel, 10 May 63. 
Paymaster.— Grahamo Graig, 1 Fool (acting), . April 7. Ho* Ma , ,r, 10 July 72. 
Quarter Matter.— John Kendall, 4 West York Militia. 
Xtne Regiment, ist u»J 2nd Batt. 14th. — Militia, 4th West York. 

Voluut- Battalion West Riding Yorkshiro, 29th 

and 34th West Riding Yorkshire. 

~bJt-\ 11 Brigade Depot, PRESTON. County, Part o/Lancashieb. 

*^ V/i XX. Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert William Lowry, CB, 22 Sept. 75; Colonel, i3Maroh64. 
Paymatter. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Lino Regiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 4th.— Militia, ist Lancashire. 

Volunteert, 5th Administrativo Battalion Lancashire. 
"M"/-\ "I Q Line Regiments, 47th, 81st.— Militia, 3rd Lancashire. 
X^U. J-Zj. r /««r«-r»,6thAdm.Batt. 

"K[f\ 1Q Brigade Depot, WARRINGTON, temporarily at LIVERPOOL. County, Part 0/ Lawcashibb. 
* " '"'• ■*■*>'• Lieutenant Colonel.— c. Alexander Cunningham Robertson, 27 Sept. 76; Colonel, 15 Dec. 64. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Lint Regiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 8th.— Militia, 2nd Lancashire. 

Volunteert ist (13th, 48th, 54th attaehed),'sth, 15th, 64th and 80th Lancashire. 

JSTq ]_4 -Brigade Depor, WARRINGTON. Cou»/y, Part o/Lancashirb. 

Lint Regiments, 40th, 82nd.— Militia, 4 th Lancashire. 

FoZunteerj, 9th Administrativo Battalion Lancashire, 47th Lancashire. 



JC[ t -\ 1A Brigade Depot, BRADFORD. County, Pari ./West Br 
a 'Vi J.KJ . Lieutenant Colonel.— Uroadli-y Harrison, 7 April 75 ; ' 



Lancashire, 27th (82nd attached) Lancashire. 



Tk-r Q1 Brigade Depot, SHREWSBURY. Counties, SHROPSHiRE^antf Montgomert. 

JNO. ZlX. Lieutenant Colonel.— Fienncs Middle ton C 



II9 Staff.— Sub Districts. 

No. 15. ?«=S^^ 

Quarter Mailer— Michael Toouer, 8 Jmy 62. 
Line Begimenti, 30th, "th.-^^th ^'^^Administrative Battalions Lancashire. 

XT« "I « Brtyi* Zfcpof. ASHTON. Gmm*, Parf ; ./Lancashire 
.NO. ID. 5wftr'~*^^-* 1 —William Lyons. 20 May 76 ; Colonel, J»OT.jnr. 
" U " jCiirfwv-H. Morgan. ,Sc F. (mMwS. -7 Sept. 58; .Him. lfiuor, 17 Sept. 73. 

Quarter Master.— Donald Munro, 30 Nov. 55- 
Line Begimenti, 63rd, *-^^j«3?8W B att. Lancashire, 6th, 33 rd, 4 oth an. 56th Lancashire. 

"KT 1 17 JJr.We ftfrf, BURY. County, Part of Lancashire. 

NO . 17. L.eutenant CV<w /.-George Courtney Vialls 2S .Tune : 76 | Colonel 16 Sept 65. 

pilMAr.-Walwr Rico Olivey, 12 Foot (arfwj) 6 April 55; Hon. Major, 14 Feb, 66. 
Quarter Master— Robert Gilbert, 8 Aug. 68. 
Line Begiment, i8t and 2nd Batt. Mtb.— JfiUtfo, 7tbLanc.1sh.re. 

Volunteers, 8th and 24th Lancashire. 

XT~ TO J?rioa<fr Zfc;x><, CHESTER. Gwwrfjr, Cheshire. q ™, 10 „ 

NO . 1 . Lieutenant C'o W.-Hor.itio Ilarbord Morant, 1 April 73 5 CWosrf, 12 November 70. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master.— 
I in. Treatment tat ami -md Batt . 22ud.— 3/i/i7i(i, 1st and 2nd Cheshire. 
i, ne j^mesf, .st «M 2 nu bmc i^rtllri 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4 th, and 5th Administrative Battalions Cheshire. 

TVT~ 1Q BrigaJ' Depot, Z1CUTIELD. County of Stafford. 
/JNO. Iv7. Lieutenant Colonel— Francis Peyton, 1 April 72 ; Colonel, 23 October 63. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Begimenti, 38th, 80th.— Militia, 2nd and 1st Stafford. 

Volunteer; 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalions Staffordshire. 

XT On Li»e Beqiments, 64th, 98th. — Militia, 3rd Stafford, 4 th Stafford {to be raised). 

JN O . ZU. Volunteers, 3rd, 4th and 5th Administrative Battalions Staffordshire. 

ies, Shropshire and Montgomery. 
Colvile, CB. 9 Dec. 76; Colonel, 21 April 72. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Begiments, 43rd, 53rd.— Militia, Montgomery, 1st Shropshire, 2nd Shropshire ( to be raised), 
Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalions Shropshire. 

TVT/-N OO Brigade Depot , WORCESTER. Counties, Worcestershire, Herefordshire. 
AN O. ZZ, Lieutenant Colonel— Robert White, CB. 1 April 73 ; Colonel, 21 Feb. 65. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Begimenti, 29th, 36th— Militia, Worcester, Hereford. 

Volunteers, 1st ami 2nd Adm. Batt. Worcestershire, 1st Adm. Batt. Herefordshire. 

-K/T no Brigade Depot, WREXHAM. Counties, Anglesea, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth. 

IN O . ZO. Lieutenant Colonel.— William Cooper, 27 Feb. 75 ; Colonel, 17 April 72. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Matter, — 
Line Begiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 23rd. — 3/"i7iriVT, Flint, Denbigh, Carnarvon, Merioneth, Anglesea. 

Volunteers, 1st Administrative Battalion Carnarvonshire, ist Adminis- 
trative Battalion, Denbighshire, ist Adm. Batt. Flintshire. 

"NT/"* Q4. Brigade Depot, CARDIFF. Counties, PEMBROKE, CARMARTHEN, GLAMORGAN. 
AN O . Zt TI. Lieutenant Colonel.— John Patrick Redmond, CB. 23 Jan. 75 ; Colonel, 10 May 66. 

Paymaster. — Frederick Francis Fereday, 95 I'^oot (acting) 9 Nov. 55 ; Hon. Major, 9 Nov. 70, 
Quarter Matter. — 
Line Begimenti, 41st, 69th. — Militia, ist Glamorgan, 2nd Glamorgan (to be raised.) 

VoU mt oo n , 1st Administrative Battalion, Pembrokeshire, 1st Administrative Battft. 
lion Carmarthenshire, ist, 2nd, 3rd (4th, 5th attached) Glamorganshire, 

V 1 - QC Brigade Depot, BRECON. Counties, Cardigan, Radnor, Brecon, Monmouth. 
-LN U . J-i \J . V.i. ul: Hint < ImmmI. Francis Kdward Drcwe, 30 Juno 75 ; Colonel, 25 Nov. 75. 

Paymaster.— Bobert Champion Stn-atl'oild, 8 June 58; Honorary Major, 12 Aug. 68. 
Quarter M.it. r. I! , hard Dent, 13 April 58. 
I.tne Begiment, ihl and jiiil Batt. 24th. — Militia, Monmouth, Radnor, Cardigan, Brecon. 

VoUmtiorn, 1st Administrative Battalion Brecknockshire, ist and 2nd 
Administrative Battalions Monmouthshire, 2nd Monmouthshire. 
TO" p. Q £5 Brigade Depot, DERBY. County, DlUT. 

XI U. tiU. Ututtnamt Oolonol. -Lewii Edward Knight, i April 73; Colonel, nld&y jo, 

iter. 

Quarter Matter.— 
l.int Begimenti, 64th, 95th Militia, and <""' 'st Derby. 

Volmwti, i \<iininistrativp Battalion Derbyshire. 

"M" n nn ;.-.;■'/'., '.Leicester. CounHu , NortnroHui, Lbiobbtbb. 

X^IU. ^ll. UtuUnamt Colonol. William Hickman, 1 April 7J ; Colonel, 23rd January 70. 

(Quarter .}f„,t r r.— 

'"" ■ ' ' ''■'• iViii,4Sth.- I.'- ' i, ist Leicester, nd Leicester (to 8« rai>«fl, Nottingham 

1 - Aiiinii.i 1 i.it ivo Battalion Leicestershire, 

' I kdm. Batt, Nottinghamshire, ist Nottinghamshire. 
TO f\ 9Q ' WARWICK. Cuuntti, Wahwick 

X>iU. ^O. /, [( ,', , m v. 76; Co-onef, , 5 Feb. 64. 

ID 1 

Quarter \l .,,■ ■ 
l.iti B'gimint, tut and md Halt 6th —Militia, mt onrfand Wnrwirk. 

Volunteers, 1st Adm. Batt. Warwickshire, ist Warwickshire. 



Staff.— Sub District*. 120 

VT- OO Brigade Depot, NORTHAMPTON. Counties, Northampton, Rctuxd. 

IN O. A t? . Lieutenant Colonel. —John Uuise Rogers Aplin, I April 73 ; Colonel, 23 November 65. 

Paymaster.- .. » U 3 June 59 ; Bon. Major, 3 June 74. 

Quarter Matter— ?, U. Bowman, N irthampton and Rutland Militia, 9 Feb. 64. 
Xine Regimentt, 48th, 68th— Jfi/tfio, iat Northampton and Rutland, 2nd Northampton and Rutland -to be raued). 
i'olunteert, 1st Administrative Battalion Northamptonshire. 
T^T QA Briqadr Depot , LINCOLN. County, LlXCOLX. 

ilO. Ou. Lieutenant Colon,!.— Lindsay Farrington, 1 April 73; Colonel, 25 March 67. 
Paymaster. — 

'■r. — 
Line Regiment , 1st and 2nd Ratt. 10th. — Militia, North Lincoln, South Lincoln. 

Administrative Rattalion Lincolnshire. 

•KT Ql Brigade Depot, GREAT YARMOUTH. County, Norfolk. 

XNO, Ol. Vuril 73: Colonel, 19 April 69. 

Paymatter.— Claud Bnchanarj Ken, K Art (acting) 26 April 60. 

Line Regiment), 1st and 2nd Batt. 9t). ■ rl'olk. 

Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Norfolk. 
VT- QO Brigade Depot, BURY ST. EDMUNDS ' . i'ambbidgk. 

JLNU. sj£. Lieutenant Col ., tin Naeon, 1 April 73 ; Colonel, 38 March 71. 

Paymaster.— 
Quarter Matter. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Ratt. 12th— Mi!' ridge. „ ___„ 

.on Suffolk, ist 

Ailm. Batt Cambrid 
"KT— QQ Brii/ade Depot, BEDFORD. I 0, HmXVOBD. 

J.NU. OO. ok Arthur Willii 

Pay m< 1 

Quart* r Matter. — 

Line Segiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 18th— Militia, Hunl tford. 

I re, 1st .mJ and 

..ire. 
"VJ".~ QA Briaade Depot, EXETER. I n:r. 

J.N U. Ol, Lieutenant* 

.1 Ex. 
Quart 

Line Regiment, inland and Bfttt. lit' 

D vonshirc. 
-KJ_ OK /.',•;,•.'. D«j '.BODMIN.'. 1 •, ' DKV0> PORT. Co, '■.<■ 

J.NU. OvJ. Lieutenant 1 

Son. Major, 28 Doc. 70. 
Lin* Regimentt, 32ml, 4G:li. 

QO /•''"' • Dq t, taunio: 

'. OU. C.dnnrl, I April TO. 

Paymaster. — 
{Juart, r Matter. — 

Xi'n« Regiment, ist and 2nd Batt 18th.— IfiWia, 

I',,/,,;;- rd Adminiab 

"M - -. Qr7 /,'n '•./'. Dwof, BRISTOL County, Ou>va 
XN U. O / . Lieutenant t 

Pay,,, .. • -in. 7°- 

Qiiart, r .1/ ■ 
Line Regimentt, 28th. 61st — Militia. E 

1 re, ist Gloucestershire. 

■kt^. qq 

XNU. OO. y.i, ',.' 1 April 73 ; Colonel, 31 July 72. 

Quarter Mauler. — 
Line Regimentt, 62nd, 99th.— .1/ 
1 
•VT.~ QQ Bri'iad, I Depot, DORCHESTER, temporarile , it WEYMOUTH I V DOBSIT. 

llU. OC7. Etataianf < 1 \. .• 1 rd B 

■'■' 

Quae! | 

ii«e Regimentt, 39tli, 75th. — Militia. 

Volunteert, i-t Admit - ' ihire. 

"NTr» Afi '• "WINCHESTER. fern] orarilyi it FORT ELSON. ( »v. IhMiMinii:. 

■IN U. ^L\J . Lieutenant < is, CB. 1 April 73 : Colonel, 

Paymi .-k liruhnni. 1 :' Mar. 62 ; Hon. Captain, 1 Dec. 67. 

QuoW e 69. 

J.ine Reqimenls, 37th, 67th.— -lfi/iVm, 1-; p&hire ('" 6« raited). 

Volunteert, i.-t, 2nd .in,/ 41 h Adm. Batt Hampshire, 1 Adm. Batt Isle of "Wight. 

Vr n Al Brigade Depot, READING. Count,,, Hr.KKSiURE. 

XN U. Tl, Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas Mannsell, (X 1 . 7 April 75 ; Colonel, 23 Oct. 73. 
Paymatter. — 
Quarter Matter.— 
Line Regimentt, 49th, 86th— Militia. 1st Berks, 2nd Berks {to be raited). 

teen, 1st Admin u Berkshire. 

1Mr» 4.0 Brigade Depot, OXFORD. Countiet, Oxford, Bccxa 
XN U. t:Zi. lieutenant Colonel John Neptune Sargent, CB. 1 April 73 ; Colonel, 29 July ^64. 

Paymatter. Henry Charles Watson, late Depot Batt (acting) 6 April 35; Hon 
Quart nel Haden, 35 Jan. 56. [4 Oct. 66. 

Line Regimentt, 52nd, 85th.— Militia, Bucks, Oxford. 

Volunteer*. istAdinr .11 Oxfordshire, i.-t Oxfordshire, ist Adminis- 

e Battalion Bn ikinghamshire. 
"M"-. AQ Briqade Depot. CHICHESTER. County, Bvt 
XNU. TlO. Lieutenant Colonel.— William Hardy, I /;. . April 73; Colonel, 16 September 66. 

Paymaster.— Charles Bidward Lennox, ' 1 Foot (acting), 8 May 67; Captain 1 Jan. 6a. 
Quarter Matter. — William Goldby, 12 July 55. 
line Regimentt, 36th, 107th.- ' 

ique Ports, inland 2nd Adm. Batt. Sussex, 1 Sussex. 



No. 



121 Staff. — Sub Districts. 

KTr* AvI Brigade Depot, WASLEY. County, Essex. . 

JN O. ^«. Zi/^anr Co/onc/.-Alfrcd Augustus Chapman, i April 73 ! CoZo««7, 17 September 63. 
Paymaster.— Henrv Duberly, 8 Hussars (aeriitf) 12 Nov. 47 ; -Ho"- »»w, 1 Jan. 60. 
Quarter Matter.— William Hart-M'Harg, 25 Jan. 56. 
Line Btgiments, 44th, 56th.— Militia, Essex Rifles, West Essex. 

Volunteer: 1st and 3rd Adm. Batt. Essex, 5th and 9th Essex. 
"KT-«. A K. Briaad«D</>of, CANTERBURY. Connfy, Parf o/Kbnt. 

JN O . ft O . Lieutenant Colonel— William Humphreys Kirby, 1 April 73 ; Colonel, 12 Oct. 64. 
Paymatter.— c. Robert Scott, 20 Feb. 52; -ff°n. .Ma/or, 20 Feb. 62. 
Quarter Matter.— _ . . 

Z.«« Pmi«*ii/, 1st a»<i 2nd Batt. 3rd.-3fi7i7w, istEast Kent, 2nd East Kent {to be raised). _ 

Volunteer: 2nd Adm. Batt. Cinque Ports, 4th and 5th Adm. Batt. Kent. 

XT«. .4 £1 .BrtaadV U^f, MAIDSTONE. County, Part o/Kent. .. 

JNO. TlO. Lieutenant Colonel. -Uenry D'Oylcy Torrens, CP. 1 April 73 ; Colonel ,27 April 64. 

Paymajfer. —William Macdonnell. S3 Foot (acting), 22 April 53; Ron. Major, 17 Sept. 63. 
Quarter Matter.— Henry Pratt, West Kent Militia. 
Lint Begimentt, SOth, 97th.— Militia, 1st West Kent, 2nd West Kent {to be raised) . 

Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalion Kent ; 26th (4th attached) Kent. 

VT A Arj Brigade Depot, KINGSTON. County, Part of Subset. 

XN U. TC / . Lieutenant Colonel.— George Hvde Page, 1 April 73 ; Colonel, S March 72. 

Paymaster.— E. L. Large, Rifle Brigade (oc«B^), 8 Aug. 51 j Jon. .Ma/or, 8 Aug. 61. 
Quarter Matter.— Richard W. Jones, 3 Surrey Militia. 
Line Begimentt, 31st, 70th.— Militia, 1st and 3rd Surrey. 

Volunteer*, 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalions Surrey, 1st and 7th Surrey. 

"NTz-i AQ Brigade Depot, GUILDFORD. County, Part of Subbbt. 

JNO, TCO. Lieutenant Colonel.— Augustus Henry Lane Fox, i April 7 ; Colonel, 22 Jan. 67. 

Pay r,;;vr<>r.— Robert Hamilton Simpson, 12 Sept. 57 ; Son. Major, 18 Aug. 71. 
Quarrcr Matter. — 
Line Begiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 2nd.— Militia, 2nd Surrey, 4th Surrey {to be raited). 

Volunteers, 3rd and 4th Adm. Batt. Surrey, 2nd and 19th Surrey. 
TOT _ ACk Brigade Depot, WOOLWICH {temporarily). County of Middlesex and Metropolitan. 
±N O. ^ti/' Lieutenant Colonel.— George W. T. Rich, CB. 26 July 76; Colonel, 17 Nov. 63. 

Paymatter.— William John Bampfield, 90 Foot (acting) 30 June 48 ; Hon. Major, 1 Jan. 60. 
Quarter Matter. — Jonathan Gortley Scott, 24 Feb. 57. 
Line Begiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 7th. — Militia, 2nd and 1st Tower Hamlets. 

Volunteer), 4th, 9th (18th attacked), 40th, and 46th Middlesex. 
"W/-» R n Pa y matter.— John Edward Longden, 77 Foot (acting) 26 Dec. 56 ; Hon. Major, 24 April 70. 
^lU. *J \J • Quarter Matter.— William John Woodruffe, 2 Nov. 55. 
Line Begimentt, 67th, 77th.— Militia, East Middlesex, London. 

Volujiteer», 2nd u«J 7th Administrativo Battalion Middlesex, 2nd, 5th, 7th, and 
29th Middlesex. 



NOS. 51. 52. ***• J** '. WINCHESTER. 



Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Newdigate, 1 April 73 ; Colonel, 23 October 67. 
Paymatter. — Samuel Daniel, 30 Jan. 57 ; Honorary Major, 17 June 75. 
Quarter Matter.— Duncan M'lntyre, 3 Mar. 56. 
Line Battaliont, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Batt. 60th.— Militia, 2nd and 3rd Middlesex. 1 

Volunteers, ist, 2nd, and 3rd London, 2nd, 4th, [■ Nos. 51 & 52. 
nth (ist attached), 19th and 20th Middlesex. ) 

Nos. 53. 54. 

Line Battaliont, ist, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Batt. Rifle Brigade.— Militia, 4th Middlesex. ^ 

Volunteers, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 26th, 28th, f 
36th, 37th, 38th, and 39th Middlesex. -Nos. 53 A 54. 
ist Administrative Battalion Tower ) 
Hamlets, ist and 6th Tower Hamlets.' 

SCOTLAND. 
"N"n R R ^"^ade Depot, INVERNESS, temporarily at FORT GEORGE. Counties, Orkney and Shetland, 
±V KJ. \J\J . Scthkbland, Caithness, Ross and Cbomabtt, InvBBNbss, Naibn and Elgin. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Duncan James Baillio, n Nov. 76; Colonel, <; June 71. 

Paymatter.— Sir Henry Dickonson, Bart. 21 Foot (acting/, 26 July 64; Hon Major, 26 July 74. 
Quarter Matter.— Hugh Lindsay Maclonnan, Highland Rifle Militia. 
Line Begimentt, 71st, 78th.— Militia, Inverness, Banff, Moray, and Nairn.— Ross, Caithness, Sutherland, and 
Cromarty. 
Volunteert, 1st Administrativo Battalion Elgin, ist Administrative Battalion 
Inverness-shire, ist Adm. Batt. Ross-shire, ist Adm. Batt. Sutherland. 
"N"r> ^fi Brigade Depot, ABERDEEN. Counties, Abkrdebn, Banff, Kincabdinb. 
J.^\J. \J\J. Lieutenant Colonel.— Stephen Francis Charles Annesley, 17 July 75; Colonel, 3 March 67. 
Paymatter. — David Cant, 79 Foot (acting) 24 June 56 ; Hon. Major, 10 Aug. 69. 
Quarter Matter.— linrry Muclcod, 12 June 63. 
L*ne Begimentt, 92nd, 93rd— Militia, ist Aberdeen, 2nd Aberdeen (to be raised). 

Volunteers, ist, 2nd mm! 3rd Administrative Battalions Aberdeenshire, ist Aberdeen- 
■hira, ist Administrative Battalion Banffshiro, ist Admin. Batt. Kincardineshire. 
"M"/-j l\ 17 Jlriga.lt Depot, PERTH. Countiet, Fobfab, Pbbth, FlFB. 

1 " u ' »* '• lieutenant < ■.lon.l.—r. William Albert Stratton, 14 June 76; Colonel, 30 June 63. 
Pa y matter.— James Wray, 3 Foot (acting), 7 Nov. 57; Hon. Major, 14 April 71. 
_. _ Quieter Hotter.— Alexander Qeddea, Royal Penh Militia, 20 Dec. «6. 

Unt liegiments, 42nd, 79th.— Militia, Perth, Forfar {to be raised). 

Yohmtrrrt, ,*t Administrativo Battalion Fifeshire, ist and 2nd Administrative 
Batt. Forfarshire, ist and 10th Forfarshire, ist and 2nd Adm. Batt. Perthshire. 

NO FSft Brigade Depot, STIRLING. Countiet, KiNBOSsand Clackmannan, Stibling, Dumbabton, Abgtll, 
,v * ***** BnTR, Rbnfbbw. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— e. George John Peacocke, 12 April 76; Colonel, 18 Oct. 64. 

Paymatter Maxell Kirwan Morris, 9 F. (ac/in^), 10 March 57 ; Hon. Major, 10 March 72. 
Quarter M.t.ter £0 .loin, Simpson, 7 Oct. 19. 
^*« Stgimtntt, 73ml, 91H.— Militia, Stirling, Dumbarton, Clackmannan, and Kinross.— Renfrew 

}olunteert, 1st Administrative Battalion Argyllshire, ist Administrative Battalion 
Miickmiinnjin. ist Administrative Battalion Dumbarton, ist, 2nd and 3rd Admi- 
nistrative Butt. Renfrewshire, ist Adm. Batt. Stirlingshire. 



Staff. — Sub Districts. 



22 



No. 

Line 

No. 

Line 

No. 

Line 

No. 

Line 

No. 

Line 

No. 
No. 

Line 

No. 
No. 

Line 

No. 

Zin« 

No. 

Xine 

No. 



C Q Brigade Dep^ot, HAMILTON, temporarily at PAISLEY. County, Part of Lasabk. 
D\J. Lieutenant Colonel.— _ _, . „ 

Paymaster— Frank William Dundee, 31 Foot (acting) 23 Mar. 58 ; Son. .Major, 23 Mar. 73. 
Quarter Hatter. — E. C. Hicks, 1st Cheshire Militia, 3 Jan. 55. 
Regimentt, 26th, 74th.— Militia, 1st Lanark, 3rd Lanark (to be raited). , 

Volunteert, 1st and 4th Administrative Battalions Lanarkshire, 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th 
Lanarkshire. 
f> f\ Brigade Depot, HAMILTON. County, Part of Lanark. 
OUi Lieutenant Colonel.— Francis Carey, 1 April 73; Colonel, 19 Juno 65. 

Paymaster.— Robert Wm. Duff, 19 Jan. 4 I : Bon. Major, 20 Juno 60. 
Quarter Master.— Robert Brown, 2 Royal Lanark Militia, 10 Sept. 56. 
Segment!, 73rd, 90th. — Militia, 2nd Lanark, 4H1 Lanark (to be raited). 

Volunteer!, 3rd Adm. Batt. Lanarkshire, 19th, 25th, 31st and 105th Lanarkshire. 
0"| Brigade Depot, AYR. Counties, Ayr, Wigtown, KutKcrnDRiGnT, Dumfries, Selkirk, Roxburgh. 
Ol. Lieutenant Colonel.— William Forbes Macbean, 1 April 7-, ; Colonel, 1 May 64. 

Paymaster.— Au ?u> tus Bolle de Lasulle, 74 Foot (acting) 18 May 5S ; -ffon. JLi.'or. 11 Mar. 72. 
Quarter Matter. — George Grahame, 17 Auir. 55- 
Regiment, i6t and 2nd Batt. 21st.— Militia, Dumfries, Roxburgh, Kirkcudbright, and Selkirk; Ayr and 
Wigtown. 
Volunteer!, 1st & 2nd Administrative Battalions Ayrshire, i.-t Administrative 
Battalion Dn- Administrative Battalion Galloway, 1st Ad- 

min. - 
pft Brigade Depot, GREENLAW. Cuntu-t, Km roTOSH, Peehles, HAnniNGTON, Berwick, Linlithgow. 
O Zi . Li, 'utenaiit Colonel.— Thomas Bromhead Butt, 21 Nov. 74 ; Colonel, 23 May 64. 

Paymaster. — George Blurf 1'. " r, 27 July 70. 

Quarter M t • w Militia, 2 Oct. 56. 

Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 1 OS ('o 4? raited), 

I nbnrgh, 
dnistrative Battalion Baddingt 

■ Administrative Battalion Midlothian, 1st Midlothian. 

IRELAND. 
OQ Briga le Depot, T)0WN PATRICK. I \ mkim, Down. 

OO. ., I.- Henry lliiriuir Greer, < J>. 1 April 75; Colonel, iS Keb. 64. 

J'ai/master. — 

Quarfer Ifuiffv- 

Regiments, 83rd, 86th.— Militia, North Down, Antrim, South Down. 
CJ A /.''•/■ '•• /' r t, 0MA.GH. Counties, Londonderry. Donegal, Tyrone. Fermanagh. 
O^fc. Untenant Colonel.— FnmciM Gordon Hibbert, 1 April 7 1; Golond, 4 April 70. 

l'aymaiter. — 

Quarter Muter. — 
Segimcnti, 27th, 108th.— Militia, Fermanagh, Tyrone, Londonderry, Donegal. 

£? c Brtga le i>i it, ARMAGH. CounUm, Oavajt, Moviuwr, Lbiuqk, Lours. 

vJ«J. Lieutenant c,-; oard Mathew Ward, 10 . i2.Tun074. 

Paymaiter.— T. K. Qriffll B ' Major, 8 July 74. 

Quarter Master.— TU^' 
Segments, 89th, 94th.— Militia, Armagh, (uvun, Louth, Monaghan. 
f>(? Brigade Depot, NAAS. Counties, Dt tu.iy, K'li Kl.OW, KlLDARE, CaRLOW. 
\J yJ . Xi- hA nant Colonel.— John Blick Spurgin, OB. < «T. 1 April 73 ; Colonel, 9 March 65. 

Paymaster. — 

Quarter Matter. — Thomns I. | 0. SS- 

Segment!, 102nd, 103rd.— Militia, OarlOW, Kildiirc, WloklOW, Dublin City, Dublin County. 
017 Brigade Depot, BIRR. Canities, Meath, Wkstueath, Longford, King's County, Queen's 
D I . O01 m. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Bird, 16 July 73 ; Colonel, 22 Feb. 64. 

Pat/master. — 
Quart, r Master.— 
Segimentt, 100th, lOOt li. — Militia, Longford, King's County, Queen's County, Westmoath, Meath. 
£?Q Brigade Depot, GALWAY. Counties, Lkithim, Si.ir.o, Roscommon, Mayo, Galway. 
OO. Lieutenant Colonel. — r. George BagOt, '• 74- 

Paymaster. — Georgo Elliot, 1 Bepl . 17 Feb. 71. 

Quarter Matter.— James Galhraith, Galway M 
Segimenti, 87th, 88th.— Militia, South Mayo, Galway, Roscommon, Leitnm, .North Mayo, Sligo. 
OQ Brigade Depot, CLONMEL. Counties, Kiikis-.v, Tiim-krary, Wbxford, Watbrford. 
OvV. Lieutenant Colonel.— c. Granville George Ohetwynd Slapylton, 1 April 73 ; Colons, 25 Sept 65. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Segment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 18th.— Militia, Wexford, North Tipperary, Kilkenny. 
I7A Brigade Depot, TRALEi 1 uor, Cmz, Ooax, Clam. 

I \Jm Lieutenant Colonel. — Bartholomew O'Brien, CB. 1 April 73; Colonel, 26 Oct. 63. 

Paymaster.— II 0. Ryder, 1 B 1 . [arting) 9 Feb. 04; Son. Copt.,g Feb. 69. 

Quarter Master. — William Russell, Kerry Militia, 29 Jan. 56. 
Line Segiments,\101st, 104th.— Militia, South Cork, Clare, Kerry, North Cork, Limerick County. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BRIGADE DEPOT STATIONS, 
With the numbers of their respective Sub Districts. 



Aberdeen 56 , Oarlislo ... 

Armagh 65 Chester ... 

Ashton 16 Chichester 

Ayr 61 Clonmel .... 

Bedford 33 Derby 

Beverley . 

Birr 

Bodmin . 
Bradford . 
Brecon.... 
Bristol .... 
Burnley . 

Bury 

Bury St. Edmunds . 



Canterbury 45 Halifax 

Cardiff 24 Hamilton 



•4 I 
i«> 
26 

5 1 Devizes 38 

67 I Doncaster 7 

35 ■ Dorchester 39 

10 , Downpatrick 63 

»5 Exeter 34 

77 Fort Georgo 55 

15 Galway 68 

17 Greenlaw 62 

39 Guildford 



Hounslow 49 

Kingston 47 

Lancaster 11 

Leicester 27 

Lichfield 19, 20 

Lincoln 30 

Maidstone 46 

Naas 66 

Newcastlo 1 

Northampton 29 

Omagh 64 

Oxford 42 

Perth 57 

Pontefract 8 

Preston n, 12 

Reading 41 



Richmond (Yorks.) ... 4 

Shrewsbury 21 

Stirling 58 

Sunderland 3 

Taunton 36 

Traleo 70 

\V:ir]ey 44 

Warrington 13, 14 

Warwick 28 

Winchester 40, 51 to 54 

Woolwich 49, 50 

Worcester 22 

Wrexham 23 

Yarmouth 31 

York 6 



1 2 2d Si'il}. 

AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. 
New South Wales. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Eeronlee I taorge Bobert Robinson, GCMG. 4 Mar. 72. 

Aide de Camp Captain E. B. St. John, h.p. 73 F. 

Victoria. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir George Ferguson Bowcn, GCMG. Melbourne, 31 May 73. 

Private Secretary Major H. D. Pitt, Royal Artillery. 

South Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Anthony Musgrave, KCMG. Adelaide, 6 March 73. 

Aidede Camp Captain B.D'U. Musgrave, 13 F. S Feb. 74. 

Western Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief William Cleaver Francis Robinson, Esq. CMG. 14 Nov. 74. Perth. 

Commandant Lt.Colonel E. D. Harvest, Staff Officer of Pensioners, 16 Aug. 72. 

Queensland. 

Cdptain General and Governor in Chief William Wellington Cairns, Esq. CMG. 14 Nov. 74. 

Aidtde Camp Lieut. J. H. Hardtman-Berkeley, 107 F. 

Tasmania. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Frederick Aloysius Weld, Esq. CMG. 7 Sept. 74. Uobart Town. 

NEW ZEALAND. • 

Governor and Commander in Chief. The Marquis of Nornianby, KCMG. 14 Nov. 74. 

Aidede Camp .... Captain J. C. Maling, h.p. 35 F. 

BERMUDA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Major General John Henry Lcfroy, R. Art. 

Aidede Camp Captain R. D. E. Lockhart, Royal Artillery, 6 Nov. 74. 

Brigade Major p . .. c . Captain E. S. Creek, 23 F., 24 April 76. 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir H. Bartle E. Frere, GCSI. KCB. 

Aidede Camp 

Commanding the Force/ and Lt. Governor Lt. General Sir Arthur A. T. Cunvnghame, KCB. Sept. 73. 

AuUtant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel F. W. E. Walker, Scots Fus. Gds, 5 Nov. 73. 

Aide, de Camp ( Captain F. W. Grenfcll, 60 Rifles, 5 Nov. 73. 

_ , _ (.Lieut. K. H Studdy, -,2 F. (acting). 

Deputy Quarter Matter Gen. and Dep. Adj. Gen. Colonel George Dean Pitt, CB. h.p. So F. 8 Mar. 72. 
Deputy Assistant Adj. .(• Quarter Master General p. s. c. Captain II. Spalding, 104 F. 

CEYLON. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Right lion. Sir William Henry Gregorv, KCMG., S Jan. 72. 

_AU*dt Camp L ieut. W. P. Thackwell, 73 F. 15 Aug. 74. 

Major General on the Staff Major General John Alfred Street. CB. 3 July 74. 

Aidede Camp Captain C. J. Matthews, 57 F. (acting), 13 March 75. 

Brigade Major p . ,. . Captain W. P. Mortimer, 11 F. 20 July 72. 

CHINA AND HONG KONG, AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

Commanding the Forces in China, and Licut.Gov- ) , r . „ , —. „. „ 

ernor of Banff Kong j Major General Son. Sir Francis Colborne, KCB. 29 Aug. 74. 

AfUtant Military Secretary .'.' Colonel Alfred Bassano, CB. h.p. 32 F. 26 Sept. 74. 

Aidede Camp Bt.Major S. G. Huskisson, 80 F. 22 May 75. 

China and Hong Kong. 
Governor and Commander in Chief of Hong Kong... Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy, CB. KCMG. 20 Feb. 72. 

»■'*?„? Captain C.O'Callaghan, h.p. 1 W. I. Regt. 

Bryjade Major p> , „_ Captain T. S. St. Clair, 49 F. 26 Feb. 76. 

Straits Settlements. 

n„~„„ n.A r 1 • V" c J udi "3 rr'nc of Wales' Island, Malacca, and Singapore.) 

AZeLcaS,r manderin Ch " f Colonel • S,> Wm - ''■ »• •''•"'■»*: t-B. WMG. R.Eng. 7 April 75 . 

if/fu' Captain G. Paton. ,2 F. 10 Mav 7,. - 7 1 75 

lluC rer.'Tf V ?&", "2 r 1 >'• '■ c - 1!rM: 'J"'' »'■ W. Lloyl. ,6 F. 22 April 72. 

ZuSaZZZ 'A?"," " f ""'" I "'"" d Co,onel A - K - »• A,1S ™. «■»•. &• Art., 2 7 Feb. 67. 

Lieut. <,ocer„„r of Malacca Commander E. W. Shaw, E.N 



EAST INDIES. 

J icrroyand Gnrernor General gfrM //„„. L , n .j ,,,.„„„ p.- , 

Fr,.,,tr fgrtar, r.U'olm.cl <hv,„ T„d„v liuvne, CSI., h p 20 F 13 April 76 

(« iiptam <;. C .lacksuii, late 2 licngal Cavalrv, 1 ; April 76. 
• I'oer Beresford, 9 Lancers, 13 April 76. 
1 aptam U. l/uh, I'.niu'al Infantry, n April 76 
I. lent. An-, Fred. Liddell, ftoyal Artillery, 13 April 76 
1 aptam .1. lii.ic lulpli. 1., Hussars lest,;,) i; April 76. 
I^iout. Harcourt R. Rose, 34 F. {extra) 13 May 76. 
*"j " "•; Staff Surgeon Major Surgeon Oliver Barnett, 4 May 72. 

Ca v7,"ary sVre^.'L '/""'';'' B - "' '""'" * PM] n,li " e8 ' KCB > W April 76. 

Prr.a7„ZZ y '■'' "'"'"-l I: Pp M ,,„..,, K . ,(, Kept. 76. ? 

Irr.ian Interpreter LM',,1,,,,,1 H. MoOTO, Bombay Staff Curps, ,0 April 76. 

Aid..d. r„_„ faptai., 11. t Grant, 7 S F. .o April 76. 

Aid., d. Camp , .„, w L ,,.,,„,.,„, ,. Ar , i ' oA 7..J 

" -B, KaoCall, 60 Rifles {frtob, 31 Aug. jfi. 
'" " Btaff Burgeon Major A. P. Bradahaw, 10 April 76. 

lHutHtC. T : " J " ni ' :, '" n,; " I',.,.., ,v,Nr ix SBU) Quabtbkb. 

■'|'; r ■;:::;;::; v . s ,'. , "•;■ •"■ OU. Bengal 8taff<3orp Sj , sept. 74. 

^'-^■' olfrbnthnoM fsMaVoi i 9 ,'™-* 

^ , *'""'' "' ''"''"' ,; — '« fSffiiS ," :, . , ! , /' ! '- ■■' ?' ,' V/ " ''■""■■' i ' 1 s "''l : « , "'P.S .6 April 7 3 .-Furlough. 

::::::::::■ 



Staff. 



Bengal. 

Commanding Sirhind DUtuon Major General Sir James Brind, KCB. R. Artillery, 26 Dec. 73. 

Aide de Camp Captain B. B. M'Ewen, 93 F. 4 Aug. 75. 

Commanding Lahore Division iff Corps, 1 April 76. 

Aide de Camp I- '■ 1 April 76. 

Commanding Meerut DMiion Major General Son. Arthur E. Hardinge, CB. 5 Sept. 73. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. Langtry, 15 BttSSars 

Commanding Allahabad Dicuion ... ] I Fred. Francis Maade, CB. 12 NOV.7S- 

Aidede Camp Captain Hon. G. A. V. I . is, o Dec. 75. 

Commanding KauulPindce Divition <•. Major General A. tlacdonell, CB. .7 March 72. 

Aidede Cam/, Captain W. L. B. Coulson, 25 K. 10 May 72. 

Commanding Oude Divirion Major General Crawford Trotter Chamberlai] . < - 3. C. 24 Aug. 74. 

Aidede Camp Captain H 8 Biggins >n. Royal Artillery, 17 April 76. 

Intpector General of Artillery for India B B, 14 Aug. 73. 

Brigade Major Captain Patrick FitzGerald Gallwey, Koyal Artillery, 24 Oct. 73. 

Anifta . neraU of Divition (6). 
Bt LtColonel A. Scbfl Oude (Lurk-noie). 

Major C. II. 8. Scott, Bi QgaJ 31 : Meerut.— Fui 

Major C. W It. ' July 74 Allahabad.— Sick Furlough.. 

Colonel A. G. Forsyth, Bengal Staff Corps, 18 June 75 :lla). 

Major i). s. Warren, 14 Foot, 8 July 75 Rawul Pindee. 

T3& Colonel . I. Hills, CIS. Royal :< 1.7 l 

AettMi ' (3). 

Bt. Lt. Colonel M. li . B Rawul Pindee. 

j>. *. <■ Captain L. A. Gn on.— Furlough. 

Captain w. s. A. Lockhart, late 44 Bengal N.I. 22 June 75 Sin. 

lit (8). 

p. i. e. Captain E F. Chapman, B , 10 March 71 

Captain H. Collet*, Bengal 81 1 urlougb. 

Captain 11. B. Banna, Bengal Staff 1 lorps, - Feb. 73... I vision. 

■ 

Captain J. M. Trotter, Bi try, 12 Oct. 73 

Major W. F. Boileau, Bi Rol cund D 

Bt.Major ll. P. ] Ja ~;ok Furlough. 

9 (6). 
Brigadier Gem ral v, tillono) 

■ 

-met. 

I 

1 i General 0. 0. 1 .: 1 

Brigadier 1 I 

■ 
1 
ViT Bi I .an. 

Captain G. L, I 

r s. B. Brind, >; Foot, . Pi b nm D 

late 1 > lav alrj . 

Furlough. 

1: 
el H. Maxwell, 1 
Captain A. P. Palmer, - - illy Employed. 

3iok Furlough. 
Major A. D. Butter, Staff Cor] •■ <, along) 

Captain J. 0. Travers, 17 Foot, 1 Marco -■. 

Captain R. Morris, late x European Cavalry, 5 March 74 Jub 

Captain G. W. Su March 74 ttrict (BorvflfW) 

p. ». c. Captain N. \ 1. • g dkotB 

Major J. 0. Minto, Ben tlStaffi June . Lucknow. 

Captain J. S. Irvine, late 2 Cavalry, 1 Jan j6 

p. ». 0. Captain B. T. Jones, 81 Foot, 18 Feb 76. 
illiday, late t Oavairy, 1 •. May ; 
Captain W. G. 1 

-'*"•' rOinr(or K 

Colonel Wilham Gordon, Bengal Staff I 

''■/ ■■■'.' I ' • ^forMutketry. 

Iit.Colonel E. J. M'Nair, Bengal Infa ' ;.. ,,,.,, ■ 

Captain C. 1 .. . 

( aptain W.P.B 1 >., 16 May 74 

Captam J. T. Tun er, - 1 1 oot, j Nov. ; 41I1 1 

Captain R. B. Reed, 12 Foot, . ■ Deo. r 

Oapta in L A. \ v m Mr( , r 

Captam .1. M. Mure, 1 Fo t, ■ Oct. 76 7 ,1, Circle, Peshawur ' 

Captain W. 0. Mackinnon, 3 Foot, 11 Oct. 70 .i, ad . 

, , , '' a Imtruetion in India. 

p. 1. ft Colonel C. Army Head Quarter?. 

Major A. S. Hunter, Boyal Artillery, i July 74 ... TJm 

Major J. C. Tayler, Royal Artillery, 1 April 74 

Major \V. ILK; July 74 .., 

71. ». <■. Captain I! 

;;. t. c. Captain 1\ C. Story, 1 1 I'. Sealkote. 

„ . „ „ -rtorr. 

. ( aptain Benrj Barcourl Griffiths, 5 1 Foot, 2 Sept. -1 
. Captain Ollyett Wood , 6 Foot, 16 Dec 71 

"ZZ'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Rawu Pindee. 

i aptain Henry B< 1 , , 

Captain Edward M< 

I Gorham, Royal Artillery, 11 June 75 ' I'm 

Major W. Smith, R; June 75....... 

v. t. ft Captain St Vincent Alexander Hammick, 4 Fool lerabad 

Captain Charles Edward n..,,^,- 11 

Lieutenant George Benry, Royal Engineers, 15 ( 



fea 



124 Staff. 

Assistant Garrison Instructors. 

p. s. c. Captain Rowland Hill, 39 Foot, 22 Sept. 74 Poona. 

Lieutenant Herbert Anthony Sawyer, Bengal Staff Corps, 22 Sept. 74 Lucknow. 

Lieutenant Reginald Clare Hart, Royal Engineers, 22 Sept. 74 Umballa. 

Lieutenant Horatio Holt Hart, Royal Engineers, 22 Sept. 74 Sealkote. 

p.s.c. Captain George Poignand, 59 Foot, 11 June 75 Poona. 

Lieut, (local Captain) P. W. Watts, 18 Foot, 16 Sept. 75 Lucknow. 

p. s. c. Captain G. L. L. Taylor, 16 Foot, 25 Aug. 76 Bangalore 

Captain G. W. B. Collis, 6 Foot, 25 Aug. 76 Umballa. 

Captain H. Gunter, 73 Foot, 25 Sept. 76 Sealkote. 

Inspector of Gymnasia in India. — Bt. Major Hallowes, 15 F. Umballa. 
Madras. 

Governor The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, GC8I. 23 Nov. 75. 

Private Secretary Captain Philip Hankin, Royal Navy, 23 Nov. 75. 

Military Secretary Major G. B. B. Hobart, Royal Artillery, 23 Nov. 7s. 

( Lieut. G. R. Hadaway, Royal Artillery 23 Nov. 75. 

Aides de Camp J Lieut. Fred. Arthur Aylmer, Royal Artillery, 25 Oct. 76. 

I Lieut. J. Gordon, 89 Foot (Extra), 1 Dec. 75. 
Governor's Body Guard. 
Major J. M. C. Galloway, late 4 Cavalry, Officiating Commandant, 14 May 75. 
Captain Charles Walter Campbell, Bengal Cavalry, Adjutant, 3 April 66. 
Surgeon Major R. W. Cockerell, in medical charge, 26 Dec. 73. 
Vet. Surgeon George Western, in veterinary charge, 22 Dec. 75. 

Commander in Chief Lt.General Sir Neville B. Chamberlain, GCB. GCSI., 2 Feb. 76. 

Military Secretary Lt.Colonel Godfrey Clerk, Rifle Brigade. 

a:a.. j. /->„~„ f Captain F. M. Onslow, Madras Cavalry (Interpreter). 

Aides de Lamp j Captain S. AV. Bell, 34 Foot. 

Adjutant General's Department at Head Quarters. 

Adjutant General p. s. c. Brigadier General R. C. Stewart, h.p. 2 F. 27 Aug. 72. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel T. C. Longcroft, Madras Staff Corps, 29 Sept. 71. — Furlough. 

a. ■ t f a *■ 1 „t r» i. (Lt.Colonel F. C. Trevor, Royal Artillery, 27 April 76. 
Assistant ^ajutant Generals ... | LtColonel G De Ia Poer Be'resford, Madras Staff Corps, 15 Sept, 76. 
Quarter Master General's Department at Head Quarters. 

Quarter Master General Brigadier General H. H. O'Connell, Madras Staff Corps, 6 Nov. 76. 

Deputy Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel Douglas Scott, Madras Staff Corps, 6 Nov. 76. 

Commanding Mysore Division Major General Charles Elmhirst, CIS. 13 Sept. 75. (Bangalore.) 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. P. Elmhirst, 9 Foot, 13 Sept. 75. 

Commanding Hyderabad Subsidiary Force Major General A. W. Macintire, CB. R. Artillery, 21 June 76. 

Aide de Camp Lieut, (local Captain) H. Bowen, 48 Foot, 20 July 76. 

Commanding British Burmah Division Major General A. K. Gore, Madras Staff Corps, 1 Sept. 75. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. C. W. Gore, 76 F. 2 March 75. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions and Forces (3). 

Colonel N. F. Bayly, Madras Staff Corps, 14 Oct. 71 British Burmah Division.— Furlough. 

Lt.Colonel George Alex. Arbuthnot, late 8 Madras Cavalry, 3 April 72 Mysore Division. 
Colonel Andrew Cooke M'Master, Madras Staff Corps, 13 April 72. Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 
Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Forces (3). 

Major John Ewing, Madras Staff Corps, 12 April 73 Mysore Division. 

Colonel Robert Henry Bolton, Madras Staff Corps, 20 Nov. 74 Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 

p.t.c. Captain C. H. Walsh, 44 Foot British Burmah Division. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Forces (4). 
Lt.Colonel Henry Riversdale Elliot, Madras Infantry, 19 June 72 ... Northern District. 

Major E. M. Norie, Madras Staff Corps, 1 March 73 Centre Districts. 

Major A. Swanson, Madras Staff Corps, 20 Nov. 74 Ceded Districts. 

Captain A. R. Kenney-Herbert, Madras Cavalry, 4 April 76 Nagporo Force.— Furlough. 

Commanding First Class Brigades (4). 

Brigadier General T. Raikes.OB. 44 F. 1 Jan. 75 Centre District. 

Major General Wm. George Owen, Madras Infantry, 9 Oct. 74 Ceded Districts. 

UC Brigadier General Mark Walker, CB. 45 Foot, 4 Aug. 75 Nagpore Force. 

Brigadier General A. C. Cadell, Royal Artillery, 11 Jan. 75 Northern District. 

Commanding Second Class Brigades (2). 

Brigadier General W. T. Williams, Madras Infantry, 1 Sept. 75 Southern District. 

Brigadier General F. G. Kempster, Madras Staff Corps, 27 June 76 Malabar and Canara. 

Brigade Majors (6). 

Major Edmund Fauncc, Madras Staff Corps, 22 Mar. 72 Nagpore Force 

Captain W. Coningham, Madras Staff Corps, 24 Dec. 72 Malabar and Canara. 

Major J. Macgregor Kerr, Madras Cavalry, 21 Oct. 75 Centre Districts. 

Captain P. E. Bowlby 48 Foot, 21 Dec. 75 Ceded Districts. 

Captain H. R. Hope, Madras Cavalry, 29 June 76 Northern District 

Captain J. E. Blundell, 67 Foot, 20 Sept. 76 Southern Districts. 

~ ,, • ™- ™ , ,. ,„ Assistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 

Bt.Major W. Frankhn, 76 F. . Nov^ 7. .... Chief Inspector, ,st District, Bangalore 

n . t xt „ , t, Dtputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Musketry. ' uufc > aJore - 

Captain L. N. Mosse. 67 Foot, 1 Dec. 75 2nd District, Secunderabad 

Captain Edward James Watson, Madras Staff Corps, 1 Oct. 73 3rd District, British Burmah Division 

Bombay. 

Governor ,SVr Philip Edmond Wodehouso, JCCB. 2 Mar. 72. 

£rT? ' S T < "", ry William Lee. Warner, Bombay Civil Service, i: Jan. 75 . 

Military Secretary Captain .1. [•. II. .lervoise, 3 Hussars, 7 June 75 

Aides de Camp . . $ Captain Montagu Fawkcs, 89 Foot, 7 May 72. 

j „ ^., t, , „ . " < <'«iptain K. R. B. Wodehouse, 62 Foot, sKov. 72. 

Commandant of the Body Guard Captain It. G. Miiyno, Bombay Cavalry, 4 Ma y 7 > 

.Surgeon...... Charles S. Close, 7 May 72. 

Lommanderin ( h,rf Lieut.Goneral Sir Charles W. 1). BtaveloT, KCB. 7 Oct 74 

Military Secretary ,&$*" William Clivo Justice, h.p. Depot Battalion, 7 Oct 74 

Aides de Camp - f ""■ Major George A. Furse, 42 Foot. (Interpreter), 7 Oct. 74 " 

' /Captain W. W. ( lmrd, J Coot, 23 Feb. 76 7 74 

. ,. . , n , Adjutant Gk.nkhai.'h Department at Head Quarters. 

Adjut.nit General Brigadier General C. T. Aitrhison. (11. Bomlmy Staff Corns ,„M.» 

Deputy Adjutant General p , . , M.a , .,■ T. K. A. Hall. h.p. . '^11 Corps, 30 May 72. 

Assistant Adjutant General. i i'!!:"!"" 1 '! ,.V """ lr "P. liynihay StairCor,,s, 5 Oct.^.-Furlough 

( Lt.( OlOSel 1. M. Harris, 1!. Artillery, 7 Sept. 73 ""• 

Quarter Master Giinkimi lh n.mn nt at Head Quarters 

Quarter Va.ler General BrigadiorQl Dl ralQ, R B. Burrow.,. Bombay Infantry 28 Sent „ 

Veputy Quarter Master General Major A. G. I'. lloirg. Bombay Stall'Corps '• Feb 75 ' Pt> 7i ' 



Staff. 125 

Divisional Staff. 

Commanding Mhow Division Major General George S. Montgomery, CSL, Madras Infantry, April 72. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. A. B. Stopford, Royal Artillery, 1 Jan. 76. 

Commanding Northern Division Major General John Forbes, CB. Bombay Cavalry, 5 Jan. 76.; 

Aidede Camp Lieut. J. Angus, 7 Foot, 15 March 76. 

Commanding Poona Division Lieut.General Lord Mark Kerr, CB. 18 Jan. 75. 

Aidede Camp Bt. Major H. Kerr, 7 F. 26 June 75. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions (3). 

Major H. S. Anderson, Bombay Stall" Corps, 11 Jan. 73 Mhow Division. 

p. s. e. Bt. Major G. G. Beazley, 83 Foot, 22 July 75 Northern Division. 

Lt.Colonel E. A. Green, Bombay Staff Corps, 5 Aug. 76 Poona Division. 

Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions (3). 

Major J. Sexton, Bombay Staff Corps, 23 Nov. 71 Bombay. 

Major T. L. Fraser, Bombay Staff Corps, 28 Sept. 74 Mhow. 

Major B. H. Pottinger, Royal Artillery, 13 Oct, 75 Poona. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals (3). 

Major F. J. S. Adam, Bombay Staff Corps, 2 Sept. 73 Sind District. 

Major John Jopp, Bombay Staff Corps, 4 Dec. 74 ... .*. Northern Division. 

Captain George Conrad Sartorius, Bombay Staff Corps, 19 July 75 Bombay District. 

Commanding Fibst Class Brigades (2). 

Brigadier General J. S. Gell, Bombay Infantry, 4 Nov. 72 Bombay District. 

c. Brigadier General J. H. Kirby, 68 Foot Belgaum District. 

Commanding Sbcond Class Brigades (4). 

Brigadier General J. W. Schneider, CB. Bombay Infanry, 25 Juno 72 

Brigadier General Edward Howard Vyse, 3 Uussars, 4 NOT. 74 Sind District. 

Brigadier General Robert Phayre, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 21 April 75 Nusseerabad. 

Brigadier General H. H. A. Wood, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 3 Nov. 76 

Brigade Majors (8). 

Major C. M. Griffith, Bombay Staff Corps, 30 Nov. 71 

Major M. .1. J. Biignon, B |>s, 17 Jan. 72 Sick Furlough. 

Major J. G. K. Griffith, Bombay Staff Corps, 3 Dec. 72 Nusseerabad. 

Captain A. G. Spencer, 56 F. 1 1 March 74 B mbay District. 

Major ('. F. .lames, Bombay Staff Corps, 19 May 74 

Captain W. Bell, 56 Foot, 4 Aug. 75 I 

Captain H. B. M'Neill, Bombay Cavalry, 2 April 76 I'oroe. 

Major R. M. Lloyd, Bombay Staff Corps, 19 Aug. 70 Belgaum District. 

Assistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 

Major Henry Waring, 2 Foot, S Feb. 70 istCirclo.Chief Insp. Poona. 

ty Assistant Adjutants General for Musketry. 

Captain C. J. Dyke, 108 Foot, 20 Oct. 75 ' " OwandN. Div. 

Major W. A. Gillespie, Bombay Staff Corps, 26 May 74 jrd Circle, Belgaum. 

Assistant Virtctir vf Gymnasia. 
Captain S. W. Tyndall, 68 Foot, 5 Dec. 74 I 

FALKLAND ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief.— 3. Thomas Fitzgerald Callagl 

GIBRALTAR. 

Governor and Commander in Chief > GenemW^ Nap.cr of Magdala, GCB. GCSI. Royal Engineers, 

Assistant Military Secretary 

Aidede Camp Lieut. H. B, N. B< swicko, 69 F. (tempot arily), 5 Oct. 76. 

Commanding Brigade Major General B. A. Bomi I ■ :. 1 /•'. 1 ' 

Aide lie Camp Lieut. B • 1 >et. 73. 

Assistant Adjutant f Quarter Master General ... Colonel M. Dillon, (II. (SI. Rifle Brigade, Dec 70. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. {for Musketry) ... Captain T. K. Paxdoe. --' V. I ' 

Brigade Major p. t. e. Captain ii. .1. Gilbard, 71 !•'. 10 Mar. ;i. 

Commanding llmjal Artillery (Colonel on Staff) ... C'loncl A. B. Council, 5 Oct. 74. 
Commanding lioyal Engineers (Colonel on Staff) '■'. 1 -aiVan. 33 Jan. 7a. 

™ ir . f Captain George Bernard Morgan, 1 11 Deo. 60: Ens. n July 54; 

Town Major ( y.,. ? NnV . ,., . , ■■ .,1'ec. 71. 

Garrison Quarter Master Y£ Quarter Master Henry Macdoiiald, 3 19 Mar. 62. 

Garrison Instructor p. >. <". Captain S. K. OlT, 94 Foot. 

1 Major Morgan served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle- of Alma and Inkermnn, siege of 
Sebastopol, and capture of the Rille-pits on the iSth April— contused (Medal with Clasp*, and Turkish Medal). 

s Quarter Master M ' 1 11 campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma 

and lnkerman, siege and (all of Sebastopol— wounded in the trenches (Medal with threo Clasps, Knight of tho 
Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and Victoria Cross). 

JAMAICA (including HONDURAS). 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Sir Wm. Grey, KCSI. 14 March 74. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonel on the Staff Colon. 1.1. W. C :.C!!. i,.,.. ■; I'.. Aug. 72. 

Brigade Major p. .«. r. ( 'aptain BL A. M.iekev. K. Art. 7 May 7-. 

Lieutenant Governor of Honduras Major Robert Miller Mundy, CMG. late of R. Artillery, 4 Mar. 74. 

MALTA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief General Sir Charles T. Van Straubenzee, GCB. 3 June 72. 

Assistant Military Secretary Colonel G. E. Baynes, h. p. 8 F. 3 June 72. 

a:a.. j. r* i Captain A. C. Dawson, 3 Dr. Gds. 22 June 72. 

Atdes de Camp [ Bt.Major D. North, 47 Foot, 25 June 75. 

Commanding Brigade Major General J. T. Airey, CB. 21 Aug. 75. 

Aidede Camp * Captain J. do Lancey, 71 F. 21 Aug. 75. 

Deputy Adjutant 4" Quarter Master General ... Colonel G. N. Boldero, h.p. Depot Uatt. 1 Oct. 72. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant .j- Qr. Mast. General p. s. c. Captain 0. H. LSoileau, 6i F. : April 72. 

Ditto (for Musketry) Captain F. N. Woodall, 74 F. 1 Jan. 73. 

Brigade Major p. s. c. Captain W. S. Cooke, 22 F. 8 Oct. 76. 

Commanding Royal Artillery (Colonel on Staff)... Colonel W. J. E. Grant CB. 17 Oct. 73. 

Cum, minding lioyal Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel Henry \\ 'ray, S Aug. 74. 

Garrison Instructor p. s.c. Lieut. R. H. L. Brickenden, 42 F. 2 Oct. 5. 



126 Staff, Src. 

MAURITIUS. . vnB± XT 

Governor and Commander in Chief Major General Sir Arthur Purves Phayre, CB. KCSI. , 4 Nov. 74- 

Private Secretary and Aide de Camp Bt.Major Henry Grattan 35 Foot, 25 *ov. 74 - 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel A. W. Murray CS. h. p. 1 W. I. Regt. 

Brigade Major p. «. c Captain W. E. Montague, 94 F- 1 Sept. 72. 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 
Comprising all ihe Provinces within and adjacent thereto. 

Governor General of the Dominion of Canada The Earl /Dufferin .STP .KCB GOTO. 13 June 72, Quebec. 

Military Secretary Lt.Colonel E. G. P. Littleton, Gr. Gds. 27 Oct. 75. 

AidedeCamp .... Lieut. F. T. R. Hamilton, 9 F. 13 Dec. 72. 

Lieutenant General Lieut.General Sir William O'Grady Haly, KCB. 6 May 73. 

JbSSmt Jfi«£r*&£to£ P- •• <•• Major A. S. Quill, h.p. R. Canadian Rifles, 8 March 76. 

y C Captain R. H. O'Gradv Haly, 84 F. 1 Oct. 70. 

Aidti de Camp | Captain R. I. "Ward, 90 F. 6 May 73. 

Nova Scotia. _ „ , . „ 

Brigade Major p. ». c. Captain E. L. England, 13 F. 1 May 76. 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Matter General... LfcColonel W. H. Kerr, h.p. Depot Batt. 2 Feb. 73 ....Halifax. 

Town Major Captain R. Magle, h.p. R.Canadian Rifles, 19 Dec. 70 Halifax. 

Garrison Instructor Captain E. X. Pete rs, R. Engineers Halifax. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Governor and Commander in ChieJ Commander .Sir JohnH. Glovor, Royal Navy, GCMG. 31 Mar. 76. 

Private Secretary and Aide de Camp . 



SAINT HELENA. 
and Commander in Chief Hudson Ralph Janiseh, Esq. 



WEST AFRICA SETTLEMENTS. 
(At Sierra Leone and on the Gambia.) 

Governor and Commander in Chief Cornelius Hendericksen Kortright, Esq., 27 Jan. 75. Sierra Leone. 

Administrator of the Government of the Settlements) g ur g eon Major Samuel Rowe, CMG. 16 June 75. 

on the Gambia ) J 

GOLD COAST COLONY. 

(Including Lagos and its Dependencies.) 
Governor and Commander in Chief Sanford Freeling, CMG. ,4 Dec. 76 Cape Coast Castle- 
Lieutenant Governor Charles Cameron Lees, Esq., CMG., 7 Nov. 74. Lagos. 

WEST INDIES, &c. 

Major General Commanding the Forces Major General R. T. Farren, CB. 30 June 75. Uarladoet. 

Assistant Military Secretary Major S. Graves, 3 F. 30 June 75 

Aidede Camp Captain A. G. Raper, 9S Foot, 30 June 75. 

Assistant Adjutant and Qr. Master General Lt.Colonel E. W. Sargent, h.p. 18 F. 1 Apr. 7 

BARBADOES AND WINDWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief of the Wind- > CaptamG . C . strahan, CMG. R. Art. 2 Dec. 76 Barladoe: 

ward Islands ) ' 

fGeorge Dundas, Esq. 31 Oct. 74 St. Vincent. 

Colonel Robert Wm. Harley, CB. CMG. late of 2 

Lieutenant Governors -\ West India Regt. 9 Aug. 75 Tobago. 

Grenada. 

(.George William Des Voeux, Esq St. Lucia. 

ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Com. in Chief of Leeward Islands ... George Berkeley, Esq. CMG. 14 Nov. 74 Antigua. 

Alex. Wilson Moir, Esq St. Christopher. 

('. M. Eldridge, Esq Dominica. 

Presidents - >"'■'!<' lV'Her, Esq Montserrat. 

Captaill R. M. A. Hiekson Virgin Islands. 

.Captain A. A. M. Campbell Nevis. 



TRINIDAD. 
Governor and Commar.drr in Chief Hen ry Turnor Irving, Esq . CMG. 7 Sept. 74 

BRITISH GUIANA. 
Governor if Com mander in Chief Sir James Robert Long den, KCMG. i 4 Mar. 74 Demerara. 

Garrisons. 

. '..•.•ON rORT.-For/ Major, Lieut. Thomas Austin, 27 July 20. 
TOWER OF LONDON. 
CbaateUf, 1DOT General Sir I Vajor, Colonel G.BJIihnan, CB. h.p. 5 Foot, 20 Aug. 70 

:. 75- Chaplain, Rev. Wm. Graham Green, BA. 

Lieut. Major G.-ncr al C. L- B. Maitland, CB. 22 July 76. : Surgeon , Pep, ln.-p. General W. F. T. Ivey, half pay. 

Ordnance Manufacturing Establishments. 

ROYAL ARSENAL, WOOLWICH. 

Royal Carriage Factory. Royal Gun Factory. 

Intend. CoL C. W.Younghu&band B \rt 1 w 7 - 

Anist . Super. Ma. or W. Kammia, R. Art. 1 Jmy ;:■ A*fi*t.*ti/,eri>it,-ndenf, Maj.F.Maitland B in ' 1 Feb 72 

ia,.t.j,,.iri.<tur, Dapt J. B. Ormaby, H. An. 1 April 70 Captain Instructor, Capt. J. F. Owen,' R. Art. 1 Jan.' 74 

Royal Laboratory. Experimental Branch. 

§ M§ »r Mt ntUut,i O.H.J.A.1 aaer, CB.R.A. iMar.75 , Colonel E. Wray, CB. R. Art 8 Dec 68 

A ""' ?« Irt. aoOct. 71 teenier. Ma d or "• •'■ Alderson, R. Art. '" 19 Dec' 71 

Copt. Jfrrfraator, Major F. lit t Apr.76 **"*'"••" 1 Captain C. Jones. R. Art. ?Jan ™ 



Assist. Inst., CudUu« E. II. Otmaran, K. An. 1 apr. 76 I Cap La 'n E. Bainbriuge, R'.'Arl 



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Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield. 
Baptrini r. a .- , Mar. n 

I Lt.CoLO. P. Cockbnrn.B 
A,;tt. Super- [ (Birmingham) 

mtemUnt,.. t Major W. H. Kiiitf-Hiirman, 

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Ordnance Mcmufaeturing Establish \ : - 

Royal Gunpowder Factory at Waltham Abbey. 

S 

.anwt.&jMriataia^Maj.W.H.waidell, B 



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Royal Military College and Staff College at Sandhurst. 



Royal Military College. 

Ateittani • 

h.p. 29 F. 8 Sept. 74. 

• lark, MA. 

Kn: f iy Jan. i3 ; 

July 41 : // - - w ■ ,-. 1 .inn. 60. 
Quart '• ., 5 g_ 

Burgeon. -Andrew Mac 
half pay, (Aug 

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Siding Matter.— Capt. Oil Mar. 1 1. 

Mhttikv PaOFXSSOM ami In-tiu rTO»». 

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1 Capt.C.H C Halkett, ; 
Capl R. II. Williams, R I 
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;-.».<•. Captain v. 11. w. Milner, ft. art, , Sept. 71 

p.».«. Oaptaln s. C. Pratt, it. An. n 1 

P*a '■ I. K. Art. hi 

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■ —Field Marshal EBB mbridira 

A'.;, a/' QCB. •■< 1/..' Cot 

■ Qeneral Sir John Miller A 
Royal Artillei . 
Seeretaruand Treasurer. Colonel Edward Jack 
Royal artillery, 8 Feb. 70. 

C.,.l. (, 

B1 i.- I I. 11. T. arbutbnot, B. Artillery, 2.- Bent 7 s 
,. '' ■ lets. 

a B. Murray, 1: , -- 

P. P. Preeth, K. Artillery, 1 April 75 
Lieut. EC. G. 11. Bingham, H 

I (/ni i»< and Quartermaster. 
Captain F. Johnson, Royal Artillery, ■ Oct 71 
Surgeon.— Burgeon Major K. II. R 

(•/,„,,/„„, „„,/ Claitieal InetnM 
Rrv. J. Bond, J/ 1 

p * '.' eftonfet. 

Instructor* of Mathematics. 

11. Bart, 1 1 March 7 :. 

B. F. s IVleoote, 1 1 Marofa 7 ,. 

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l apt. B M. Lloyd, it. Be 



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Army Pay Office. 

Paymaster General, El. JIon._Stephon C ave, IIP 



Judicial Department. 

Judge Advocate General of the United Kingdom, Caven- 
dish Bentinck.J/P. . _ „_ . -, „ 
Deput* Jud„e Advocate General, J. ( . Dowd. HO. 

ZT: V? ( /...r.col. K. Carey.CB. h.p. 40 r .London 

D^nty J«.f^ . It.C.l.J. H. Rocke, h.p. iS F.... London 

Adcocate:..\ ptc Major H . A . u ret t, 43 F Dublin 

Office, 35, Great George Street, Westminster. 



Inspector of Regimental Colours. 
Sir Albert William Woods, Garter King of Arms 



Mil Ua nj Beta hlhh ments. 

Army Schools. 
Jn^c/or...Colonel A. C. Gleig, h.p. Royal Artillery 
Sub Inspectors of Army Schools 
John Newsom ...1 Apr. 71 ~ 

John Little 1 Apr. 71 

John Belling 1 Apr. 71 

Robert Kirk 1 Apr. 71 

William Savage... 1 Apr. 71 
GeorL'cRobcrtson 1 Apr. 71 

John Stewart 1 Apr. 71 

Thomas Earp 1 Apr. 71 

Charles Carnegie 1 Apr. 71 

Wm. Thacker 1 Apr. 71 

Edward Giles 8 June 72 



EdwiiiH. Rogers 11 Sep. 7* 

Alfred Wolfe 14 Feb. 74 

Jas.E.Cartwright 14 Feb. 74 
Wm. Robinson ...14 Feb. 74 
Enoch Shipman 14 Feb. 74 
Thos.C.SherwoodMFeb. 74 
Samuel Goadby 14 Feb. 74 
Simon Purdon... 14 Feb. 74 
W M. MacKinder 24 Mar.75 
Jas. Hen. Carroll 22 Sep. 75 



Royal Hospital. Chelsea. 
Gor^mor.-General Sir Patrick Grant, GCB. GCMG. 

J$JT "zMSor^aer.-Coloncl R. H. Gall, CB. h.p. 

t 4 Hussars, 1 March 74. 
Adjutant-John James Charles Irby > 7 Sept. S 5 ; £»»• 

♦ 1* Tan si • It. 8 Oct. 54 ; Capt. 16 Jan. 63. 
8ecrlta™:-linior Gen. Geo. Hutt, CB. late of Bombay 

c£32l -Rev. Richard Hunt Ingram, MA 1. . Oct. 69 
StSSm a»J Sur^on.-J. A. M'Munn,* K£>. h.p. Staff 

^T^^ThomasLigertwood,* MD. h.p. Staff 



Royal Military Asylum. 
Commandant.-p.s.c. Colonel J.P.Battersby h.p.6oF. 
Secretary and Adjutant.— Major Hugh Mackenzie, 2 h.p. 

, s F. 12 Feb. 73. „ „ ^ T 

Q« ( ,WrrJlf<i.«^r.-reter House, 9 12 Nov 52. 
Medical Qtffcer.-Dep. Insp. Gen. J. B. S. Crosse,* h.p. 
Chaplain — Rev. H. Huleatt, ^M. 



iurgeon, 13 Jan. 60. 
Quart, r Master.— Willi 



Barlow, 17 July 72 



Captains of Invi 



John Harrison. TJnatt. 

H.Rces.h.p. 40 F- 
J. W. ]>:itu«.-11, )i. p. 101 F. 
Geo. Garland, h. p. 43 F. 



E.W.Humphrv.h.p. R.Eng. 
Bt.Lt. Colonel A. Green.h.p. 
Rifle Brigade. 



Royal Victoria Hospital at Netley. 

Governor and Commandant.— Lt.Col. C. S. S. E. Gor- 

Stuff'Capt. 4- Assistant Commandant. — Bt.Lt.Col. Wm. 

Roberts Farmar, 11 h.p. 75 Foot, 24 April 72. 
^<?/«r ( ;Hf.- -Bolton James Alfred Monsell, f> May 74! 

Sns. 7 Sept. 58; Lieut. P29 Oct 61; Capt. p 20 Apr. 66. 
Paymaster.— Robert Savery Rouse, 16 Apr. 58; 

Major, 16 Apr. 73. 



Hon. 



Military Prisons. 

Inspector Genera!.— Lt.Col. E. F. Du Cane, CB. R. Eng. 
Inspectors.— \V. F. Fagan, W. J. Stopford, 11. Wakeford. 
Aldershot.—Goc, Col.W. H. C. Wellesley, late of 10 Foot. 
Cork— Gov., Major H. W. Campbell, late of 79 Foot. 

Med. Off., Surgeon Major J. W. Johnston, h.p. 85 Foot. 
Dublin.— Gov., Capt. D. F. Allen, late of 17 Foot. 

Med. Off., 
Gosport.—Gov., A. P. Miller, late Captain 92 F. 

Med. Off., Dep. Insp. Gen. C. Cowan, h.p. 
Greenlaw — Gov., 

Med. Off., Dep. Surgeon Gen. II. M. Fraser, MD., h.p. 
Malta. — Major Geo. King, late of Depot Batt. 
Blue — Facings Red. 



Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. 
Master.— The Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 
M . ( The Deputv Adj. Gen. in Ireland. 
Joint Dep. Masttrs. ( T)ie [)cp Q unrter Master Gen. do. 
Captains on the Establishment. 
Captain George Cres.-well, Unatt. 
Captain 1'. OVallnghan, h.p. 13 F. 
Adjutant. -t '..pi. W. M'Gill,* h. p. 79 F. 13 Nov. 68. 
Ph.sirian and Surqeon. — William Carte,« 13 Aug. 58. 

CfcMfab— Bev. George 1 Hare. 

■■enter* lOqi-trar, and Treasurer.— George F. Dunn. 

-Lieut. James Watson, h.p. Mil. Train. 
Solicitor.—*. Hobson, Esq. 

Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin, 

Coni-.J-KJax'.-Lt.Colonel H. B. J. Wynyard, Unatt. I Quarter Master „ TT ^ 

Secretary and Adjutant.- Lt.Col. T. B. Speedy, 10 Unatt. | Surgeon.— Dep. Insp. Gen. F. H. Baxter, MD. h.p. 

' Captain Irby nerved the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of 
Bulaklava -i' -J<- of Scbastopol, repulse of sortie on 26th Oct. 1855, and storming the Quarries on 7th June 1S55— 
neverelv w'ounded. left leg amputated (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

' Major II Mackenzie served with the 73rd Regiment throughout the Kaffir war of 1850-53 (Medal) and was present 
nt nearly all the principal actions in Kafflrland and the Colony; also on the expedition to tho Basuta country and 

" * Doctor J. A. M'Munn served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege of Scbastopol (Medal with 
Claup and Turkish Medal). 

• Doctor T. UgertWOOd served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma (men- 
di Mpatohee) and Inkerman, siege and fall of Scbastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
|l<.nor, and Turkish Medal). 

- Mr. OrOBM •erred With Hie nth Hussars during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair of 
Ruinate battles of Alma, Halaklava, Inkerman, and Tchcrnaya, siege and fall of Scbastopol (Medal with four 

Knight of tho !•• tl of Honor, ami Turkish Medal). 

red in the ■astern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of 

. ■ • ,o;li Oct. (Medal with Olaspg, and Turkish Medal). 

■', M'tiill served Willi the 79th Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including tho 

I Alma ami Balaklava, eiege and fall of Sclmstopol, assaults of the 1SU1 June and Sth Scritcmber, cxpe- 

• . Kcrtch and Yenikale (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class or the Medjidie, and Turkisli Medal). Served 

■ mutiny campaign in 1858 59, including the action at Seeundra, Siege and capture Of Lucknow, 

d Ion of AUygunge, attack and capture of r.aivilly, relief of Snahjehanpore, and pursuit to 

IhoGogra at Fyzabad, attack and capture of Hie Fori of 1 :■,, 1, 1 p •>,< ■ Knssinli (Medal with Clasp). 

» Quart th the 9th Lancere in the battle of Pnnniar on 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). The 

battle of Bobraon (Medal); the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the 






Chem 



ai Raiiinngjriir. and battlaa of ChiRianwaJJah and Qoqierat (Mi 



• of the Indian mutiny in 1857-50, including the battle of Bndlekeserai, Biege assault and 

rupture of Delhi, actiona ai Bolundehuhnr and Aiiygimr, Battle of Agra, affair at Kanoge, relief of Lucknow by Lord 

Dee., action at Beraighat, occupation of Futtyghur, siege and capture of Lucknow, 

hilcund. and affairs at Rhodamow and AUygunge, capture of Hareilly, action near Shah- 

jehanpore and pnrmlt to Mohnmnae, G ■ ai f.v/.abad (Medal with two Clasps), 

ti and 4a in Afighaniatan with the 13th Light infantry: and was 

rmlngofthi Ehoord Oi of Teseen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the 

f,,n of Um Khali, defence ol Jel l a l ahad , and sortie on tho 14th Nov. and 1 si Dec. 1841, nth March, 24th March, 

\,,i,l r 4*, and g' m nil action and defeat of Akbar Klain (Mcdtils lor .lellalabad and Cabool). 

11 u.Colonel w. it. Farmarscrvod with ■ nl In the Bntlej campaign in 1846, and was present at the 

affair of Baddlwal and action ol Aliwiil (Medal), at which last action he was severely wounded in the right thigh 

by egret ' Colour, Bervod with the 8and Regiment in the Indian campaign oi 

1857-58.1- ' 7th and .'Hi November and 6th December, capture of 

Bareilly, relief of Sliahjchan|iore, and notions around. Ihe Company 
md «:is mentioned In General Windham's de-patch for its conduct on the 28th November in the 
pounder* (Medal, and Brevet of Major). 



Officers Keceivmg 

Li I 1 TKXANT OfNKKALS, 

T3 Bainbrigge, J. n., Dnatt. 

Edwards, 0. A., 03. 

Errington, A. r. 

Kerr, Lord Mark, CB. 

Smyth, II., CB. 

\1U\ Bmith, TbomaBO., Dnatt. 

ft., 1 /;. 
Whitfeild, H. \V. 

M Wot! fll NFHAL8. 

Addison, Thoj 
Airey, .1. TV, r//. 

ard, CB 
Ansel!, A. F. 
Armstrong, .1. w., CB. 
Baumgartner, R. .1., < //. 
Bayly, Paget, r.f.p. lir. Depot. 
B( -;, I;. .M. 
1 ' • n, G. W., 03. 
Bingham, li. 
Budd, B. 
Bnrton, F. CB. 

. P. A., CB. 
Call. (i. ]•'. B., CB. 
Clarke, G. <v, en 

, w. 
1 . Son. F. Ctf. 

1 . -I- A. 

' Uy, J. 

1 3., CB. 

Creagh, .1. I: . h p. ; r. 

Daubeney, Sir B. Ch rlesB., KCB 

'' rJohn, A< li. 

Elmhirst, ('., ' /; 

Ellington. I' i; CB 

Erskii e.G 

Ewart, .1. A., r /; 

barren, K. TV, CB, 

Foley, //..„. st. a . G.. ( /; 

Fordyco, C. F., OB. 

Forrest, W.O. 

Poster. C. J 

Glyn, .i. i;. . /; 

I 1.0 CB 
gSa^H^r-tp. Depot Bat, 

Grant, <•/; 

gfceathed, Sir B. II., A CM 
Hale, i-.v n . < /;. 
Halliday, w. ft. 
ton, II , CB. 

II '. thorne, Sir i:., KCB 
Herbert, A. J. 
Herbert, c, CB. 
Heyland, A. t.. CB. 

Hill. IV, (11. 

Hope, w 

Jeffrej j, i: ft., r/i. 

. kill. 

Kelly, &> i;. i)., AT/y. 

Kelly, TV (V, CB. 

Knox, T. i:., ( y; 
Lacy, R. u . 
Lacy, 'iv B, 
Layard, w. T. 
Laye, J, n. 
1 hart, A. I., OB. 

■■■ ". H. I-:.. CB. cst. 
' . KCB 

Lysons, Daniel, CB. 

M'l ■i-wv, (V (V, ( 7.V 

CeylonRiflea 

d, HI n. Jami v.. i. , , n 
Macdonell, A., < /;. 

>\C .Mamie, Fre.l. |' ( 7; 

Maxwell, G. v., r/,v 
Maxwell, B. EL. C2J. 
Norcott, W. S. R. CB. 

Lieutenant Gknbrals. 

•.'■'^r-T\l!,r,.l,M.|;., ( /; , 

Lawrence, Sir G. St. P., CB hi £r 

lateBenpal SrallC,„|, s . 

U Lroa Gta vKiuts. 

"arweii, ( . a., < /;. Ben 

7 v<- Browne, Sir s. .1., ( 7, vt 51 

Bengal B.C. ' 

Bonrchier, .SVr c.., A'CB r r n n 

(Bengal) Art. • p " n " 

Onreton, ,■.. Oil. Bengali 



Receiving Rewards for Distinguished or Meritorious Services. 

XT OvKVnirft 1>...-I .. WT /-**> ... . 



Parke, W., CB. 
Tattle, TV. OB. 

. CB. 
Phuikctt, Son. iv I) , r.f.p. 1 F. 

H. F. 
Pratt, I.- 
Preston, W. ft. 
ftainey, II. (;., CB. 

Bollo, //..n. R., . B. 
Bcudamore, a.. ( /;. 
Bhftriwell, I. , ( B. 

' /.'. 

Bmith, .1. W. 8., I B. 

'. B. \ , CB. 

. 1 '. ' v \ CB 
A., CB. 
Stuart, .1. ft , I B. 

Thackwell, J. i: 
Tinley, It. \. 
Walker, 0. P. H ,CB. 

'.:..( 1:. 
1.. CO. 

. r. A., f B. 
\ J l: 

. .1 II 

■ 

I 

Drysdale, \v m ., <u. h. P . i 

lin, r.f.p. 14 f 
Eagar, R. J. en., r.f.p. 
, G. TV. r.f.p* 

\.(7.'.l, p. Rii 
GaU, U. 11., CB. I,.,,. , 4 i! 

. II-. h p. 15 F 
limit. 

.11. M . Pr. P 
Hawley, R. B. b,] 
Lamb, s. B. r 1 p ., \v. 1 1; 
' 

W., CB. lip. , \V.| K. 
' B. .. K 

" 

ft. K. Pre.; 

. -I. II I' . I, ;, 
N I I 

Sawyer, C, It p. 6 Dr. I 

Stewart, W 

1 
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H. IV. ill h p 

1. II I II V 

Byrne, T. m.. Dnatt. 

Hook, I... h.p. 1 

I'lWUMIUN. 

II Penoran, IV, h.p 



129 



'.. h.p. 7 F 
Wheatloy, J., h.p. Roc. Dist. 

Ql MiTIK M LSI 

Allen, Cap) 

T-, h.p. 13 F. 
D., h.p. 90 F. 

O'XeiP, 
Turner, .1 

Batt. 

Wilkinson, H., 3, F. 

Koyal ArUllery. 

^ ylde, W 

Liki n tun Gl m km.. 
Dunlop, F., IB. r.f.p. 

ILS. 

A<lyc, &>J. M„ A. V. 

"• . II. 

. IV M. 
Franoklyn.J B 

. 1: -. ' n. r.f.p. 

. CB. 

NKLS. 

■ 

Mt. 
Royal Bl ginccrs. 

■ • , MvJ 

. w. c. 

. R G 
Browne, . 

Medical Department. 

l-r y, 

0.,h.p. 

:MUU.. 

Burke, J., h.p. 
,.• . 

». h.p. 

•; 1. h p. 

'" II II . ■.•: M 1 ' 

B dpln, .1/ /.' 

Royal Marines. 



Fngeon, E.,'h.p'. D 
M'Naughton, n. ( v. 1 . f 



. G.| h.p. 21 F. 

IM'IAN AU.MV. 

• ISC. 

HugheB, u. tv, 1 . 
Johnson,*. B. B., i 

Lcith, R, W. D., f/? 
Maxwell, 11. 11., ob.B, (1 
Norman Sir H.W..JTC7? I 
F«C01pherte,W.,C5. ft.. 
Pears tv tv, , ,;, r 
- \ Probyn, Sir DM., en. £$81 
1 avalry. 

.\V.,VB.lal, ! 

Shaw, R. J. late B 

, H. J., CB 

Stewart, D. M..i B 

Taylor, A., « B. B 

vine, W., Madras 1 

! [*., ZC8I. htto'Bom.S.( 



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J. T.. CB. r In 
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1 . ' 7; ' 

Graham, •*>'" l'..At /;. r .f. p 
Btranshi 

COLOB 

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Digby, t;. 



Colonels. 

(•a,le„..N 

tllif 

KaiiJ.n B . 

Thuillier, I 

Lm-TKNANT CoLOiri 1. 
Brown, W„ late Bombaj I 



The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Pullic and State occasion 

(ESTABLISHBD IN THE YEAR 1509.) 

Captain The Earl of Shrewsbury, 4 Fcl). 75 

Lieutenant Sir William Topham, ■'iS Mar. 53- 



Win. O'Rryen Taylor, 19 late Major 22 P. 
Gentlemen-at-arms. 



Edward Goodwill late Major Cambridge Militia P22 June 4 , Richard George Ellison," Into Major 47 P ...I 



Edward Sutherland, late Brevet Major 7 F ... 
Charles James Linduin, 5 late Of Rifle Brigade, 

and late- Major British Swiss Legion 

Arthur I'alliser •■■•■•••.— ■■ 

Fra. C. Wemvss, Major 6 West York Militia... 

Griffin Nicholas. Eton. Major r. f. p. 5 F 

T. B. Mortimer, late Brevet Lt.Colonel Unatt 
Charles nresing.* late Brevet Lt.Colonel 3F 
Hem v Hardmge, 7 late Lt.Col. Ri lie Brigade .., 
Hevil Granville.* late Brevet Major 23 F.Adju 

taut 1 Jlrrtt Ri/le Volunteers 

Stanhope Leonard Douglas Willan.'late Cap 

tain 2 F 

Pacet John Bourke, 10 late Captain 11 F 

Henrv Johling Wullack." late Captain 77 F... 
John Henry U iwndeB, u late Lt.Colonel 6 F. .. 
John Walrond Clarke," late Captain ioHus... 
Y€ Fred. Robertson A.ilnrmn,» Captain h. p 

Bengal Infantry, Lt.Col. Commandant East 

Mi OUsex Militia 

James Herbert Frame, 18 late Captain 79 F 

hi Colonel 1 Shropshire Rifle Volunteers 

Win. Fred, l'ortlock Dadson," late Captair 

R. Marines 

Wm. Ouninghame Cuninghame," late Cap- 
tain 79 F 



26 Feb. 52 Jas.Ainslie Stewart, 24 late Colonel R.Mar.... 
John Gins Sandeman, 25 late Captain 1 Drs. 

19 May 54 Lt.Colonel iVest Essex Yeomanry Cavalry 

P22 Apr. 58 Robert Bdw. Henry, 2 " late Brev. Lt.Col. 20 P.! 
p i5 Nov. 6o!iCha. Edwyn Wyatt, 27 late Bt. Major S Hussars 

16 July 61 Arthur Campbell- Walker, 25 late Captain 79 1 
22 July 61 ij P. Adjutant 1 Administrative Battalion of 
22 July 61 ! Northumberland Rifle Volunteers 

3 Feb. 63 Francis Paw,-' late' Captain 74 F 

Walter Clopton Whitfield, 31 late Captain i 
9 Sept.63' Dr. Gds 

Y£ John Grant Malcolmson, 32 late Lieut. ; 

8 Oct. 63 I Bombay Cavalry 

25 Apr. 64 John Hampden Waller. 33 late Lieut. 28 F 

17 Dec. 64 Wm.ChesterMaster.CB. 31 late Colonel 28 F 
17 Dec. 64 [Theodore Williams. 35 late Lieut. 10 Hussars.. 



Mar. 6 s 

13 May 65] 
19 July 65 
25 Oct. 65 

18 Aug. 67 



Philip Limborch Tillbrook, 3 " late Major Unatt 
Horatio Page Vance 3S late Brevet Lt.Col. 38F, 
Edward Andrew Noel. 39 late Captain 31 Foot | 
John Wynter James GirTord, w latc Captain 18 

Hussars | 

Maior Montagu John Battye late Indian Anny 
Major Shadwell Henry Clerke, 41 h.p. 21 P. ... 
Reynold Alleyne Clement, late Captain 6S Foot 



15 Feb. 68 
3c Mar. 6y 
4 June 69 

18 June 60 
20 July 69 
20 July 69 



20 July 69 
20 July 65 

22 Apr. 70 

25 May 70 
24 Aug. 70 
31 Oct. 70 
6 Mar. 71 

23 Dec. 73 
27 Feb. 74 
19 Mar. 75 

19 Mar. 75 
13 Apr. 75 
16 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 76 



Cleric of the Cheque and Adjutant.— Gustavus Hume, 36 late Bt. Lt.Col. Unatt , 1 Jan. 76. 
Sub Officer.— Lt.Colonel J. G. Sandeman, late Captain 1 Drs. 24 Feb. 74. 
Scarlet— Facing Blue Velvet. I Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

2 Major Lindam served in the 10th Foot in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was severely wounded (lost a leg) 
at tin- battle of Sobraon (Medal). He served also four years as Paymaster in the Rifle Brigade in British Caffraria, 
including the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). 

♦ Lt.Colonel Prosing served with the 58th Regt. in the New Zealand war and was present at the storming of Kawiti's 
Pah at Ruapekapeka on the nth Jan. 1846, after which he proceeded to the valley of the Hutt, and served there 
daring d >ns (Medal). 

Lt.Col •' ' ! Ilardingc served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1S46-47 ; and in that of 1S52-53 (Medal). 

V- ' in the expedition against the insurgent Boers N.E. of the Great Orange River in Aug. 1848, when he was 

;'•■ wounded in the action at Boem Plaats. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 

Hid Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the 

Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

I Major Granville served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1S54, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clyde's Army 
before I.ueknow on 14th Nov. 1857, and was at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the Gwa'lior Contin- 
gent at 1 'awnporeon 6th December, and at the fall of Lucknowin Mar. 1S58 (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 
, Wdlan landed in the Crimen on 30th June 1855 with the 13th Light Infantry, and was present at the 
battle of the Tohernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

"> Captain Bourke served with the Cape Mounted Rifles in the Kaffir war of 1850-51 (Medal); and in 1S52-53 in 
the Orange River Territory, where he commanded several successful patrols. 

12 Lt.Colonel Lowndes served with the 47th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S.54-5;, including the 
' Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava. siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct., and storming 
■iason 7th June — severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of 
■ on of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and -lli (.'lass of the Medjidie). 

11 Captain Wallack served with the oth Regt. throughout cue Sutlej campaign of 1S45-46, and was present at the 
seahah, and Bobraon (Medal and two Clasps). 

u Clarke served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of BebastODOl, capture of Tchorganm, battle of the Tchernnya where he commanded a squadron in support 
Of a STOOP Of HorSC Artillery, and an affair With the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
« l,t. Colonel Aikinan Served eighteen yean in the Bengal Army, including the Sutlej campaign of 1S45-46, and 

■ the battle of Bobraon (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal), with General Wheeler's Field 

, I-,. ban Mutiny campaigns of 1857-58, including the Siege and capture of Delhi, action of Bolundsliur. and 

tuege of LncknOW (Medal with two Clasps), and was awarded the Victoria Cross for having, when commanding the 
|rd Sikh Cavalry Oil the advanced pioquet, with too Of his men. attacked and utterly routed a body of 500 rebel 
infantry, . • bOTSe, and j guns, cutting up more than 100 men, capturing the two guns, and driving 'the surviving 
enemy into and over the Goomtee. Tins feat was performed under every disadvantage of broken ground and 
partially under the thinking lire of an adjoining fort. On this occasion he received a severe sabre wound in'the 
, personal encounter with several of the enemy, the effects of which compelled him to retire on half pav 
mel Prune served the Eastern oampaign or [854 and up to oth Feb. 1855 with the 70th Highlanders 

incbidn .• lima and Balaklava . and iegeofSeba tonol (Medal with threcClasps, and Turkish Medal)' 

11 Captain Dadaon served with the R.M. Battalion, in co-operation with the French Armv, at the bombardment 

and surrender Of the forts of Bomarsund in August 185*1 i"" 1 wae on piquet in the breaching battery during the 

■ of Fort Nottick 011 15th August, and served with the Allied expedition to the Baltic from March to 

it year (Medal). Joined the combined force before Sebastopol in Jan. 1855, and was present at the siei*e 
1 the Kertch expedition, and the advance on and occupation of Yeni Kale, and commanded 

Hiy in camp there until June : afterwards present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and at the surrender 

of Kuiboiiru (Medal with CU\ D, and Turkish Medal). Served on the China expedition of 1 "57-5S. including the 

blockade Of the Canton rtrer, the landing before Canton, and dangerously wounded 1 ,\- M gihgal ball (ri"-ht"'nrm 

li wlele with the Scaling ladders at the StOim and capture of the citv (Mentioned iii despatches Medal with 

• ' P ' r wounds) Served during part of the campaign of i860 in China. 

i> Colonel Morrison was present when the batteries of Obligado ill the River Parana, were attacked and carried 

■oth Nov 1845. Served on the China expedition of 1857- 59, Inoluding the blockade of the Canton river thelandine 

■ ml capture of the city. !-, . -1 Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards as DA A 



Served t he campaign in the north of C 



at Canton (Brevet of Major). 

Including the action Of BinhO, taking Of TongOO, storm and capture of the N,',n.h Takoo fori Vni'tadione'd'iii'^le' 
Mi dill with three Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). 
Major Taylor aerved With the 18th Royal Irish in the Burmese war of ..:-,• <;-> (Medal with Clasp for Pegu) 
' I ""-a Pram pth Dee. 1854, Including the liege and fall of SiMin~top,,l and assault ol'theiSth Tune— 



\. 



The Honourable Corpa of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 131 

ly wounded (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Also in India during the latter 
the Mutiny of 1857 58, and Bervi d for n a the Deccan. 

red with the 79th Highlanders h campaign of 1854 up to aftth Nov., and 

m Jan. to jjth Feb. 1.55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 

:ish Medal). 

M Major Ellison served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 in the 47th Regt.. including tt.. ma and 

Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian 

ami Turkish Mi tea of the Medjidie). 

-' Colonel Stewart served throughout 1 in 1840, — at the O.mp nt D'Jouni as Acting Engineer, 

t, bombardment b in d'Acre (War Medal 

with Clasp, and Turkish Meda Prom 1841 t ■ > 1844; command* 

tachmi ' Congo in 184a and liberated 1,200 

: was attacked by a much superior force at Kabenda, three 1 . and after liberating the slaves 

men mortally v 
tinned in despatches). Was present al the bombardment of the batteries the en- 

trance Of the inland • 1 364. 

-■ 1/ sin the Crimean campnign ■' 

and was present at tl laklava, Inkerman and Tchernaya, siege and (all of E lalwith 

three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

■** Lt ' I with the Mahva, Nerbudda, and Central India Field Force in 1S57-58, 

■ 

. 
lent le of 1 . ind capture of I 

and fort las Aide de I Jan la] with 

I ed m despat 

- ; Ms 1 with the Mtli Light i " lal with Clasp) , Also 

iii the Central India Field I capture of Rahutghur, 

forcing the M . 
■ 

iptain Campbell- Walker served throui paign in 1858-59 

1 ' . ■ 

on the Man-!, i i the relief of Azimghur 

• it tho 
Storm :n paul ( Medal). 

•'" Captain wingfleld 
Comma on tho 

1236-57, inolud 

ih ( Medal w ith 1 
. ttghurand fa 
» Mr. Waller Berved in the Oudi Medal). 

th it in 
Outram 
oaptui e 1 
Buxarghat, and captni • 

1835, including 

b, and 
I ' 

and Turkish Medal). Berved in India with th 

re of [iucknow, and n il 
minor affairs (Medal witl 

|m,I (Medal v itht 

I ' • 

1. Also 'n the Indian • 

.1 of Major, MedaJ wit ' 1 

the bat! ' 1 (Medal and <• •• ■ 

w Oapt th the 1 il> Lai 

■ 
1 Major £ 

party. 



132 Yeomen of the Guard. 

II, r Mcyetty't Body G 

(ISSTITCTKU UV llh.SKV VII. IX THE YKAB 1485-) 

Cijliiin Lord Skelmorsdale, 2 March 74. 

LUmtamtnt Lt.Colonel Arthur Need, 1 late Of 14 Hussars, 11 Feb. 70. 

Mtuigu Colonel Uun. William James ColriUe,' late of Bifle Brigade, 11 Feb. 70. 

Bxovb. 
.1 Charlea Doyle Patterson, 3 late of 10 Foot, 13 Feb. 62. 
..I John Augustus Todd, 4 late of 14 Hussars, a Apr. 64. 
Captain Francis Brockman Morley,' late of 40 Foot, 24 Oct. 68. 
.1 llcnrv Hume, Cli. late of Grenadier Guards, 22 Nov. 73. 
CU rk ./ Ot OksfM ami Adjutant.— Lt.Colonel Wm. Grilliu Sutton," r. f. p. Cavalry Depot, 9 Jan. 62. 
140 Yeomen. 
Agentt. — Messrs. < Sox and Co. 
1 M. 1 olonel Need Barred the Punjanb campaign of 184S-49 as Aide dc Camp to General Whieh, and was present 
dnring the whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan, and action of Soorjkoond; was also 
rl and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches, 
Medal ivi: B< rred in the 14th light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1S57 (Medal with Clasp). 

,1 India Held force under Bit Hugh Rose in 1857-58, and was present at the siege and capture 
liur, relief of Saugor, capture of Oarrafcota and pursuit of the rebels across the Peas (specially men- 
tioned in despatches), forcing the Muddenpore I'a-s (horse woiindeil), battle of the Bctwa (horse wounded, and 
specially uientioiied in despatches— life saved by Lieut. James Leith, for which the Victoria Cross was awarded to 
ipturo of the town and Portress of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, affairs during the advance on Calpee 
■ 1. iure of Calpee and pursuit (mentioned in despatches), action of Morar, action resulting 
I iwn and Fort of Gwalior. Served under Sir Robert Napier in 1857-58 in the pursuit of tho 
I . r Peroxeahah, action of Banode (horse wounded), and pursuit of Tantia Topee (mentioned in despatches, 

■ f Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 
5 Colonel the Hon. William Colville served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including 
the battle of Alma, siege and l'all of Bebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion 
. .-ardiniaii ami Turkish Medals, and 5U1 Class of the Medjidie). 

- rved with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1S45-46, including the battle of Sobraon 

sign of 1S4S-49, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action 

of 8 ' the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the storming 

party, mm nder of the fortress, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of 

: _-t. 1:1 Bhahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdesporc, and was mentioned 

• his gallantry (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

I 1 served with the 4th Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 1838-39 in Affghanistan, 

Including I -.tare of Ghuzuee (Medal). Also throughout the Punjanb campaign of 1S4S-49, including 

re of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

: Major of Cavalry with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also as Brigade 

Brigade Of the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1S5S, and was present at the siege 

ire of Bahutghnr, relief of Bangor, capture of Garrakota, forcing the Muddenpore Pass, siege and capture 

. battles of Betwa with Koonch. and affairs during the advance on Calpee and action of Golowlie; also the 

• -..I" Gwalior, and pursuit with action of Jowra Alipore : served as Assistant Adjutant 

I iaion In pursuit of the rebels, and at the action of Ranode, also present at the capturo of 

the fort of Powrie (liv<- times mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

1 Captain ktorlej servi d with the 40th Regt. in the Gwalior campaign, and was present at the battle of Maharaj- 

184 ; (bronze Star). 

the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 with tho 95th Regt. including the battles of the Alma 

(wounded, horse fcflled under him, and me nt i on ed in despatches) and Inkerman (severely wounded— shot through 

the thigh), siege and Call of Bi baatopol, and sortieof 26th October in command of the Regiment j he succeeded 

mmand of the Begiment at Inkerman, and received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel (Medal with three Clasps, 

CB., Knight of I B HOT, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was. recommended for die 

Bir De Lacy Brans for "an act of special and useful valour at an .important moment at 

Alma in baring seised a Colour and led over the bridge, the officers previously bearing it having 

nek dow n by the enemy's fire." 

red the 4U1 Class of tho Medjidie and the Turkish Medal, for services with the late 
Turkish Contingent. 

Military Knights of Windsor. 

Peter M'Innis, late Lieut. 44 F. 
iin 71 F. Patrick Cahill, late Major v.f.p. 56 F. 



in h.i 

■ rnor). 

■ brad-haw, late Unattached. 
Wm. Young,' \nU Paymaster Depot Battalion. 
John Godr 

• . h.p. Paymaster 78 F. 

Lt.Colonel Jose ph Sanderson, r.f.p. 1 F. 



I Fred. Percy Lea, late'Unattached. 
Colonel Henry Gahan. late of ^ West India Pest. 
Captain Wm. Maloney, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 
Captain .lames Mcn/.ies, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 
Major William Stevens, h p. 2 F. 

J im Graham, late Unattached. 
Major James Powell, r.f.p. :o2 Foot. 



1 to tho Elbe and Wesor under Lord Oathoart; the principal camnaiana 

Duke of Wellington. Including the operations on the Coa during the siege and battle of 

' 1 1I1 joz, the battle of Salamanca, capture of 

■ 1 Burgos and afTairon retreal al Muriel (War Medal with three Clasps). The cam- 

1 ■ ranco under Lord [iynedochand the Duke of Wellington, including the attack on Merxem 

bombardment ol Antwerp, the affair ..r Port Frederick Bendrick, and siege of Bergen-op-Zoom, the battle of 

'ray. and eapitnlatir.n of Paris. ' 

throughout the Peninsular campaigns of 1810-14 
efeiice of Cadis, lurgos, occupation of the Lines of Torres Vedraa battle 

SobastiBn, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivc, investment o-f 
■ 1 Wm Modal ■■- 

1 1844 45 in tho Southern Mabratta Country, and 
wasprest:. f PunuUa and Poronghur. 



St. John's Wood, 



1st Regiment of Life Guards. 

The Roynl Arms. " Peninsula" " Waterloo. " 



133 



r«an'8er. 


Full 

l'uy. 

-8 


Boll 


25 




21 

[8 




=4 
11 




10 




10 




9 
9 

a 

8 




7 

S 






3 

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3 

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Colonel.— George Chnrles, .EaW 0/ Lncan, 1 GOB. Entign, 29 An?. 16; Zf. 24 Dec. iS ; Cop'- ,6 M,| y 22 i 
June 25 ; Lt. Colonel, 9 Nov. 2-'. ; Colonel, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major General, 11 Nov. 51 ; Lieut. General, 
24 Dec. 58 ; General, 28 Aug. 65 ; Colonel 1st Life Guards, 22 Pel 
Lieutenant Colonel— Richard Bateson, Cornet f Sub Lt. * ta Mar. 49 ; Lt. P31 Oct. 51 ; Capt. 'is May 55; 

1/ -, ,■ .(■ Lt. Colonel, p i3 June 68 ; Lt. Colonel, 29 May 72 ; Colonel, 13 June 73. 
Major and Lt. Colonel.— James Keith Fra>er,-' Cornet <f Sub Lt. p :6 Apr. 52; Lieut. p 23 Mar. 55; Capt. 

i'i 7 Nov. 57 ; M'jor .(• Lt. Colonel, 29 May 72. ^^ 



OAJTAnre. 



Charles Wilmer Duncombo »aa July 56 p a6Aug. 59 p 3 April 67 



27«>h. Reginald Arthur James Talbot 

Chaxlea Needham 

1 incombe.. 

William Henry Fellowes 

Hon. Chas. Cavendish George liyng 

i hi 

Edward Mashitcr Dansey 



Lieutenants. 

5ir Simon Maciioi, a M Lookhart, li'irf 

ry William Dunbar 

John Edmund l'h 



James Walter, VUeount Grimaton 

iley Botler 

Arthur William Bill-Trevor 

Oharlea Kapler Miles 



Sill I.IIIUTEWANTS. 

Francis PyjB 

Smith 

Henry Vincent liiggins 



' 4 Dec. <• 



>'■-■ Mar. 67 P22 July 68 

' 8 June 67*30 - 

P13 July 67, •* s ' 

''14 Sept. 67 f 5 May 69 



7 May 68 p i7 Aug. 70 



July 6a 

p 8 Dec. 69 
''-■( Bept. 7 




»3 Feb. 74 

II Sept. 7, 



a ) May 7a 

16 Aug. 73 
28 Mar. 74 



(fatter.— William Bladon, 17 May 7t. 

I (wen William Gh < fe, '//'. x " ' in«7t. 

iry Surjeun.— Martin Met 

Scarlet .'alto. 

lteturnel fr -<in Fran.r, January 1816. 
1 Lor.l I 1 :•:..« mi the Stall' ufthe Ku-uui Army in Bulgaria (Russian War Me.hil ami 

Commander ol - itern campaign 

including the battles of Alma, Balaklavs (wounded) and [nkorman, ai Uodul with row 1 

*T< 11 , mai - , > „ 

»Lt.Oolonel Praser served aa Orderly Offloer to Sir Edward I im m 1S55, ami 
was present at its bombardment and surrender (Medal). 

•* Lieut. Tumor served with tho and Uiittaliou Uillo Brigade In tho second phaao of tho Asnonti War, in 1874 
(Medal), 



134 



2nd Regiment of Life Guards 

Tears' Ser. 1 The Royal Arms. " Pexinsula" "Waterloo." 

Full Hair Colonel — George Fred., Vueount Templetown," KCIJ. Ensign, '24 Apri 
5JJ. SjJM Pli Uec a6 . iIa j ut . t v l6 J une 37 ; Lt. Colonel, *i(> April 41 ; Colonel, 11 >*ov. 

Lieut.(, •'•"/, 6 April 73; Colonel, 2nd Lite Guards, 10 Oct. 76. 

21 I ... Lieutenant Colonel —A !■ - Hector Stewart, Cornet, p i4 Oct. 56; Lt. p 8 Oct. 5S ; Capt 

?6 B< Bept. 70; Lt. Colonel, 26 March 73 ; Colonel, 3 Sept. 75. 

Major & Lt. Colonel. — Henry P. Ewart, Cornet, ''26 Feb. 58; Lt. p 22 July 59; Capt. p 2$ Mar. 62; Major 



>9 




24 

■5 


" 13 



; Lt. P29 Oct. 25 ; Capt. 
Major General, 26 0ct-58 ; 



and Lt. Colonel, -1, March 73. 



Captains. 

John Stephenson Ferguson 4 

Qeorge Angnatna Canon* 

Fre deri ck Trench Townshend 

Sir William Samuel McMahoii, Bart 
Hugh Richard, Vitcotmi Downe 



p nJune 5 2 8 Dec. 54 5 Sept. 56 
16 Nov. 60 p 9 April 611^12 June 63 
* 4 June 61 v aS Jan. 62'p " 



Aug. 63 
p i8 Mar. 62 p 7 Nov. 62 P24 Mar. 69 

, p 8 Aug. 65 p ioNov. 69 

: worth l'aul Clifton Perceval •'20 June 65 p 3 Sept. 70 

Sir Archil. aid Lamb, Bart "21 Mar. 68! p i 4 Sept. 70 

Edward Hanning Lee p 22 Sept. 65 p i 5 Feb. 7 



LlBUTKKAJfTS. 

Hector Robert Toler 

Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton,) 

Lord Cochrnne S 

Francis Johnstone 

Audley Dallas Xceld 

WakBrAdjutamt 10 May 71 ; Biding \ 

- j July 66 I 

Thomas Charles Gallia Western 

Lorii Henry John Vane-Tempest 

Anthony Charles Sykcs Abdy 

Charles Fred. St. Clair Anstruther-Thomson 

Claude Qeorge, Lord Cilamis 

lion. William Spencer Bateman-Hanbury. 



SCB LlEUTEXANTS. 

Louis Eric Ames 

John Anstruthcr Suiith-Cuninghame 



p io Nov. 
p 6 July 
p i4 Sept. 




28 Oct. 71 

25 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
30 April 75 

26 July 75 

28 Oct. 7: 
13 June 74 
11 Sept. 76 

29 Nov. 76 



SUB LIEUT. 



11 Feb. 75 
11 Feb. 75 



June 73 

5 July 73 

6 Jan. 75 
26 July 76 



Riding Matter.— John Marshall, 9 Sept. 71. 

l£oMtar- 1 harks Stanhope Haines, 14 Juno 76. 
Surgeon Major.— George Frederick Hume-Sjiry, MD. 5 May 76, 
Surgeon. — Henry Frank Hensman, Auittant Surgeon, 31 March 62. 
VtU ruiary Surgeon.— Thornton Hart, 4 July 55 ; 1*/ Cla**, 4 Dec. 63. 

Scarlet— Facingt mua.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from France, February 1816. 
1 Lord Templetown served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854, and until March 1855, in command of the 
datream Guards, present at the battle of the Alma (mentioned in despatches), battle of Inker- 
man, in command of the Brigade of Guards, which he brought out ofactionlwouudcd. and horse killed) , subsequently 
-.- d of the ist Division ; also present at the siege of Sebaetopol (Medal with Clasps, CB., Officer of the 
Honor, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
• M:ij ,r Ferguson served with the 5th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from Oct. 1S54 to 7 Dec. 1855, and was 
■ the batiks of fcalaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
;i ad Turkish Medal). 

served as a Lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion of the Biflo Brigade in the Indian campaigns of 
«9;7-58, Inrlttdin? the actions at Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow ; subsequently with Ross' Camel Corps, 
and present at the battle of Golowlee and Capture of Calpee (Medal with two Clasps). 



BegenfsPark.J Royal Regiment of Horse Guards. 135 

The B yal Arms. "1'tsisMu" "Watbbloo." 

Colonel.— Hugh Henry, Lord Strathnaim, 1 GCB. GVSl. Sntign, *8 June 20; Lt. P24 Oct. 21 ; C,>;./. ? S 2 July 
. 1 ; Major, '30 Deo. 26 j 1 ' ' olonel, v i7 Sept. 39; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51; Major 6J1 ( ; Lieut. 

1 ih 69. 
Lieutenant Colonel ' '. P 2S Jan. 50 ; Cu/</. '7 Jli.y 5S ; 

Major* Bt.Lt Colonel, ■■■'■ 11 Sept. 75. 

1 1 Robert St.Joh.Ti Ives, Cornet, '15 Jan. 5S ; ii<«/. ''iaMar. 61 ; G;ji?. "as Apr. 65; Major # 
/;,-, p«J / . uti nant Colonel, 11 8ept. 75- ' 



Capt LTJfS. 

Frederick Gustavua Burnaby 

David Mi for Berwick .... 

. <y,Mar- 



rington 

. it Montagu ... 

Gilbei 1 Btii Ling 

Alfred Morlaunt Ivu'ei-trjn 

Charles Gore, Lord Kilmarnock 



LlEUTr.KANTS. 

tf' Alpine, Adjutant 24 Deo. 38... 
Lord Henry An b u 
j/nu. Win. Thomas w entworth Fits William 
Son. Win. Charles RTentworth-FiteWilli 
John 11. N. G. II., 1 ueount Dalrymple . 
h'r. •< I < ■ j- 1 1 

Lamplugh Wickham 



dd W Uliam tti rry 

John Fielden Brockli hunt 

1 [ammond Atherley .... 



Bub I 
< ibarlea Baldwj d 



COK.NKT. ] LIBIT. UT.KU. 

7 Sept. 6l '17 July 66 



5 

6 May 62 

p 9 June 65 

'' 7 Apr. 65 

July 63 

3 July 61 

» 7 July 69 



24 Dec. 

'i- Nov. 
'' 5 Nov. 



19 Dec. • ' 2 ] leo. 

■' 6 May 68 ''. ■ - 

S Nov. 68 '' (, July 70 
Oct. 7' 

11 Sept. 75 







"19 Aug. 


7' 




61 




7' 




7" 




7' 




7' 












07 




7' 


. Dei . 


7-4 






BUB LlhlT. 


15 Apr. 


7* 




■ 






Siding Matter.— Thomas Miller, 7 ■'• 

Quarti r M \ il . 71. 

Surgeon Major.- Joseph Marmadi 

b, Frederich Lawaetc M< ladew, Mi> 1 March 64. 
I rt, riuarg Surgi 011, Mat! 

raary 1816. 

1 Lord Btratbnairn u 
and sword of honor from the Saltan). Served throughout thi 1 
Bioner at the Head Quarters ol my, and iraav 

a 1 B , I bj " ' the Medjidii ). 1 

roe throughout the Mutiny of 1857-58, having i k upwards ol 

• Qohi 'i camp, ■ enl renohi il km d, fought Bizs 1 apturi <\ 

ding the relief of Saugor, oaptv ur, and 

CI111111I1 1 ' '" i"" 1 

capture of Gwalior and restoration of the Maharaja] eral"in 

;,ti,,n ufhifl 1 11- Medal with « 

1 Veterinary Surgi 1 1 ■ : - 

ma, Balaklava, with Inki 
ftheSi»i m nil. . 14 (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served lr thi Royal Horse 

:iml capture 1 I 
pture of Rampore Kuesie, passage oftheGograat 1 Muchagawn and 

di patchi 8, Mi dal « il b • 
5 Surgeon Major Taylor and Doctor Melladi w.— For War Bervjcee Bee " Medical Department." 



136 



1st (The King's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. 



[Manchester. 



'7 W /„ 
9 



The King's Cypher within the Garter. " Watebloo " '* Sevastopol " " Taku Forts " " Pekin ." 

Colonel.— Henry Aitchison Hankey, Ensign, p 26 June 23; Lt. Pio Mar. 25; Capt. p 15 Aug. 26- Major, 

v 2 1 Sept. 33 ; Lt.Colonel, 1 Mar. 39 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major General, 6 July 57 ; Lieut. General, 29 Apr. 64 ; 

General, 7 Dec. 71 ; Colonel 1st Dragoon Guards, 1 Jan. 72. „.,■■«,.««■■ v t 

Lieutenant Colonel.-Hemy Alexander, 1 Cornet, P3 Sept. 47; Z*. p 6 Dec.50; Cop*. p i Feb.56; Major, »I2 June 

63; if/. If. Colonel, 22 Sept. 73; Lieutenant- Colonel, 9 Dec. 76. ,, . „ t, ~, 

Major.-.himcs Guntcr,* C„i-«r*. "iS Feb. 53; X*. "21 Nov. 56; Capt. P31 Oct. 59; 3f<yor, p 2 Dec. 68. 

CirTUNS . cornet. *™**- CAPTAIlf - 

Richard James Combo ilarter, Deputy \ 

Assist. A.ii.tQr. Master Gc>t.,Aldershot ) 

Charles Morluy Haiders 

John Matthew Benthall 

Arthur C.ibbings 

William Henry Thompson 

William Vesey Brownlow 

Charles Adrian Gough Becher 



Lieutenants. 

Robert Grosso Godson 

Waller Chrystic Underwood 

Harry James WaUon, at Staff College . 

Nicholas Sadlicr 

1'ei at Marrow 

Robt. Abraham Brewster French-Brcwster 

John Alexander 

Ferdinand Seymour Leslie 

Richmond G. Nicholas, Adjutant 14 Feb. 
74 (Hiding Master 13 April 72) 



Scb Lieutenants. 
John Hurst Plunkett 



p i8 Jan. 51 

5 May SS 
i' 2 o Dec. 59 
26 June 66 
:o May 64 
29 April s9 
I'm) Sept. 68 



13 July 67 

14 July 69 
7 May 70 

22 Dec. 69 

28 Oct. 7 



P27 Feb. 69 



p 2o April S3 

9 Oct. 57 

p 25 Sept. 60 

p 3o Sept. 68 

p 2oFeb. 67 

p i2 May 61 

p 23 Mar. 70 



p 7 May 
» 2 Aug. 

28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
3 Aug. 

30 Dec. 

28 Oct. 

14 Feb. 



sua LIEUT. 



9 Dec. 62 

p 29 July 62 

22 July 68 

27 July 70 

12 Feb. 73 

18 May 70 

15 July 76 



HKKY.M V.I. 



9 June 76 



bt.lt. COL. 



10 Sept. 75 1 



Paymaster.— William Smith,? 13 July 55 ; Q.M. 23 April 52 ; Ron.Major, 23 April 67. 

Hiding Jfotfor.— .Philip Kelly, 14 June 76. 

Quarter Master. — Henry Murphy, 27 Nov. 66. 
I Veterinary Surgeon. — Luke Byrne, 20 Jan. 52; is* Class, 9 Jan. 63. 

Scarlet— Facings Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
I Returned from Madras, 20 July 1866. 



1 Lt. Colonel Alexander served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimen from 7th July 1855, including the battle of the 
TclnTiiaya and siege and fall of Sevastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 1st Dragoon 
Qnardfl m the campaign of i860 in China; was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, engaged in 
the actions of 18th and 21st Sept., also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

♦ Major Guntcr served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1855, including the 
::iil of Scbastopnl (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the campaign of 1860 in China; 
pdat Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of iSth and 21st September, 
■ISO in the advance on I'ekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

1 Major Smith served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1855, including the 
eicgc and full of BebaBtopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



2nd Regiment of Dragoon Guards {Queers Bays). 137 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Liccxow." 
[Colonel.— Alexander Low,' CB. Comet, v 2 Oct. 35; Lt. to July 38; Cayt. '14 J •.' 

id, 1 May 57; Major Oentral, 
Aug. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Henr. .-net, * la April 50; Lt. T n June 52 ; Ca;>f. »n July 56; 

', 26 Jane 72. 
; Major.— '1" 9 l,* Cornet, *a May 56; Zr. r 2+ J11IV57; Cu;>r\ 'io May 61; Major, 

"g An*. 71. 



- 



Francis 0'Beirne,» M.P.f,r LeUrim 

William i ; Aided* Camp to'i 

brit/adier General Seymour j 

ch 



Albert M'Oann 

I - 

I 
Bowyer Wi rc.Ad- 1 

julant II ) 

m Camp I 

to Sir Hattimet D03U f 

Lieut 1 1 

Benjamin 70 

Rudolph B 

Richard John Waldie-Gnmtn ... 

Arthur !.• ,.<1 





Sen LiEinxut-. 



.: Mar. 65 
5 Juno 60 p 3i June 65' p i3Jan. 69 

1 April 7.. 
•"29 Jan. I 



Dee. 7« 




.; 






' 



1 

be affair 

-• 



1 Maj 
man, and Tch< 1 

Inker'' 

« 1 lapiain O'B 

toreol i 

■ 
Arogoe and capture of Ma 



[38 3rd (The Prince of Wales') Regiment of Dragoon Guards. [Dublin. 



The rrincc's Dume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. " Talateba " j 
"Peninsula" "Abyssinia." 



Vittokia 



" 



Colonel —Robert Richardson Robertson, 1 CB. Cornet, p 8 June 26 ; Lt. p 9 April 29 ; Copt. p i6 Aug. 33 ; Major, 
►10. 1 line 41 ; Lt.Coivurl, r 22 Dec. 43 ; Colonel, 20 June 54; MajorGeneral, 14 May 59; Lieut. General, 31 Jan. 
ral, 13 Apr. 75 ; Colonel 3rd Dr. Grds. 17 June 66. 
LieutVnant Colonel.- George Romney Bawlinson, Comet, *ag Aug. 56 ; Lt. p 3i July 57; Capt. P17 May 61 ; 

May 74 ; Lt Colonel, ;i May 70. 
Major.— Fredenck John George Murray, Comef, p i6 May 62 ; Lt. P17 Nov. 63 ; C<ytf. p 17 April 69; Major, 
j' May 7 (i - . 



Captains. 
Robert Stevenson 



CAPTAIN. 



p i Mar. 64 18 Dec. 67 P30 June 69 

w ... AlgeTOon"Cecil Daws l«fa «b Camp ] j Pas Deo 67'PioFeb. 6 9 'pi 5 Feb. 71 

16 

a 

'4 



it 



John Davison '.--Mar. 6i' 2 ilcb. 6**25 Jan.. 71 

Otho Glynn BoUtho NS* 8 '« J ,T f 9 ." *» el \ ?! 

rt Mewart, uC .S7.i^ Cu/Z^e ''24 Nov. 63 i>ib July 65 p,i April OS 

»/,»' Joseph William Fitegerald ! 14 July 57 9 Aug. 60 p I2 Jan. 66 

9 ..." KrnleKerr AxnyattBurney ^S Oct. 68 P30 June 6g| 3, Oct. 74 

Robert Steen Gray 6 Mar. 69, 28 May 7° 31 May 76 

LlKUTENANTS. | 

FrcdcriclTornce Davis lSelhvoodBclhvood p 3 April 

Frederick Meyer wardrop p 3oJune 

William L'uuL' I'd.; | p ?8 May 

. onedy Parke p ioAug. 

William Frederic Hamilton Yatman | 

Qreville Swing M'Clellan, Adj. 14 Apr. 74 
John Frederick Stracey loe-liarber 

Pryoe Meyriok Pryee 

fi orge I) uudas . 
James Massy Dawson 



SlB LIEUTENANTS. 

Lindesay Cole Parker 




* 


2S May 


70 


69 p 28May 


7° 


69 p io Aug. 


7° 


70 p i5 Feb. 


71 


70 


28 Oct. 


71 




30 Dec. 


71 




14 Feb. 


74 




2 Dec. 






4 Dec. 


74 




17 Jan. 


72 




11 Ni.v. 


76 




BUB LIEUT. 




11 Feb. 


75 



IiliKV.MA.1. 



lion. Captain, iS Nov. 73. 



Pommeojter.— Wentworth Dawes, iS Xov. 
/,• ding Uattt r.— Robert Ward/ 1 May 66. 
tor Matter.— Samuel Dean, 9 Oct. 63. 

,j ... veti rimarf Surgeon. — Michael Joseph Hartigan, 3 June 68. 

I Scarlet— Facings Yellow. — Agents, .Messrs. Hopkinson and Co. -Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, 3t, & Co. 

Returned from Abyssinia and India, June 1868. 

1 General Richardson Robertson served in South Africa, in command of the successful expedition against the 

: 11 ns, beyond the Orange Biver, 111x845. Also as Brigadier, and in command of the 7th Dra- 

: . in the K:iitir campaign of 1846-47 (Medal and CB.). 

'Biding ■■' na in ihe Crimean campaign Avith the 10th Hussars from the 17th April 1855, including 

• i-lia on the 19th April, capture of Tchorgaun, battle of the Tchernaya, siege and 

fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Received a gunshot wound in the riglit ankle when 

iu pursuit of rebel Kaffirs at the Cape of Good Hope on the 6th July 1859. Has the Good Conduct Medp.1. 



UesdQn 

Iiui.dalk. 



uiidalk 



Colonel.— .SiV Edward Coo] '.3 Auir. 26; Lt. '3 July 2S ; Copt, fig Doc. 

"3 Dec. 41; Lt. Colonel, ' ', 2S Nov. 54; Major General, 30 Jan. 63; Lt.Geuer 

1 : Ctlonel 4I ! Is, 6 Jan. 74. 

Lieutenant Colonel. —Frank Chaplin,' (forMf, 

A.pri1 59; ~Bt.Lt. Colonel, 1 ' lonW. 9 Dec. 71 ; I 
Major.— Thomas Bradney Bnaw-HeUier, Cornel, '.■; Bept, 61 ; It. ''; April • ; Capt. r iy April 67; Major, 
June 76. 



4th (Royal Irish) Rogiinorit of Dragoon Guards. 139 

<i»it taparabitt" "Rnrarswi l" 



The Harp and Crown, and the 81 

.VTOPOL." 



msay Alurcl Dennc 

John Bid i 

I Ijutani Chethire) 

•y i 

Edward Harraa 4 

James Cunning! Adjutant i 

South .V ) • -.munry Caoolty ) 

John Chadwick 

rrey 

nTynte 

Laurence Murphy 



I. ii i i . 
William - : 

. 76 1 

1 



iikius William Diirley 

Arthur Almey Siindys 

John Algernon Aylmer 

> 

Belford Randolph Wilson 





Bus l.i 
Prederii 
1 larence Edward W 1 I 



■ 



»i3Peb. 63 



f 4 July 65 
p u July 6$ 
20 Mar. 57 



l m \j. nr.i.T.roL, 



- 



4 June 73 



p 2o June 68 '17 May t 






4th 









: 

" - thi 

. irki»h Medal). 



Pammaifar 

'■ 
Quarii r 1/ 



Vet< nti'try Siir gton.— John lllinlj , 



Scarlet — Furimn Blnt.—Aoynt, A I - 

U I from the (>... 

affair of Ramnuggur, pa 
D 

1 in Harran ser\ ed with! 

■ attack "!> the 
Bb. iSs-,, and siegi < . and Turkish 

M 

■ laptain In the 1 71 li L*no< • 
il and in the action 1 il I 

•,iii July and from Bept. to Nov. 185 ,incloi U Medal 

with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

1 Quarter Master Williams served In the 4th Dragoon Guards I 
inoluding the battles of Balaklava, Lnkerman, and Tot 
and Turkish Medal). 



*o 



5th {PrmceM Charlotte of Wales') Regt. of Dragoon Guards. [ H ^iSSu£*' 



" Vestigia nulla retrortum."—" Salamanca 1 
"Balaklava" 



'Peninsula' 



St.Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; 
e 54 ; Major General, 



'Vittoria" "Toulouse" 
■"balaklava sevastopol." 
Full Hall Colonel.— Richard Tnrkcr, Cornet, p 2 Aug. 22 ; Lt. p 3 i July 25 ; Capt. p 3 o June 28 
Pay. Paj\| Major $ Lt. Colonel. 9 Nov. 46; Colonel, 20 Juno 54; Lt. Colonel ir Colonel, 10 J 
24 Aug. 61 ; Lieut. General, 2 Jan. 71 ; Colonel 5th Dragoon Guards, 7 Dec. 71. 
... Lieutenant Colonel.— Richard Temple Godman, 1 Cornet, *i-j May 50; Z/. p 3Mar. 54; Capt. 23 July 55; Major 
I •'22 June 70 ; Lt. Colonel, p 28 Oct. 71 ; Colonel. 28 Oct. 76. 

Major.— William Edward Marsland, 3 Cornet, p i7 Feb. 57; £f. p io Dec. 58; Capt. p 3 Mar. 60; Major, p 2 
I Oct. 71. ' 



Captains. 

... jJames Dyson Bourne 

... Richard Jonee Bankey 

... Edward Alfred Jee 

33 1' 1, p.i.c James John Neil Buchanan 4 



William Robinson Truman. 
Thomas Henry Unrtnell 5 .... 
Berohard Henry Entwisle . 
Walter Campbell Calvert.... 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Robert Wilson Kearsley 

John Oswald Lambert 

Frederick Augustus. Cracroft-Amcotts 

Maunscll Bowers 

Walter George Barttelot 

Walter Hyde Atherton 

Thomas John de Eurgh 

John Francis Green 



Sub Lieutenants. 

William James Mackeson 

Andrew Baldrey 

George Henry Mnddison 



I CAPTAIN. 



"■21 Dec. fio'PjNov. 62 p 3 Aug. 66 

p i8Mar. 63 p 2 3 June 65 p 2 8 Oct. 71 

p 2 Mar. 66 p 8 Aug. 68 23 Apr. 73 

p ioJune 53; p 8 Sept. 54 14 Mar. 65 

p 8 Aug. 62 p 8 Dec. 65 1 24 July 72 

1 May 67 27 Oct. 71 31 Oct. 74 

p 2 May 68 p 27 Oct. 71 22 July 75 

p 2o0ct. 69 28 Oct. 71 6 Sept. 76 




bt.i.t.col. 



75 
31 May 76 
6 Oct. 7 s 



Paymaster.— George Waller Vcsey, 8 Dec. 58 ; Honorary Major, 8 Dec. 73- 
Siding Matter. — John Duncan, 5 Jan. 76. 
Quarter Master. — William Denis Lemmon, 3 June 74. 

\MeJical Officer.— Surgeon Major John Coote Ovens, 8 Surgeon, 12 June 63. 
I Veterinary Surgeon. — 

Scarlet — Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, It. and Co. 
Iteturnedfrom the Crimea, 28 May 1856. 

1 Colonel Godman served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 5th Dragoon Guards, including the 
battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernuya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 

'Major Marsland served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the campaign of i860 in China, and -was engaged at 
Sinho. present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of the 18th and 21st September, also in the 
advance on I'ekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

♦Captain Buchanan served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, including 
and fall of Schastopol, battle of the Tchernaya, and affair of the 21st Sept. near Kertch (Medal with 
Claep. and Turkish Medal). Served with the 6th Dragoon Guards throughout the Indian campaign of 1857-59 
including the operations in Rohilcund and action of Nugeena, relief of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanpore, cap- 
ture of the Fort of Remai, and pursuit with destruction of the Fort of Mahundee, action of Bunkagaon, opera- 
tions in Oudc- and actions of Mohudiporc and Rusoolpore, attack and capture of Fort Mitouleo, actions of ABignnj- 
:■. Also served as officiating D.Q.M.G. to the Agrp Field Force under Brigadier Showers in Central India 
in pursuit of Tantia Topee, Ferozc Shah, and others (Medal). 

» Captain Uartnell served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and 
Tch'Tiiaya, liege and fall of Sebastopol, and night attack on the Russian outposts on 19th Feb. 1855 (Medal with 
1 -. and Turkish Medal). 

» Surgeon Major Ovens.— For War Services sec " Medical Department." 



Head Qunrtcrs, ' 
York. 



6th Regiment of Dragoon Guards (Carol!, leers). 

"Sevastopol" " Delhi. " 



141 



Y. nr-' Bei 

Full llulf Colonel.— Henry Richmond Jones, 1 CH. Cornet, p 9 June ?i ; Li. p i4 Nov. 26 ; Capt. p i? Juno }o; Bt.Xty'or, 
p "y- f5Ll 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, ''_• 1 May 50 ; Lt.t . • 5' ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54 ; 3f(i>r GeHfru/, 2 April 65 

Lieut. Central, 6 Dec. 73 ; Colonel 6th Dragoon Guards, 15 May 73. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Napier, Comet, 31 Dec. 57; £*. 26 July 58; Capt. p i5 Feb. 61; Major, 

t 14 Mar. ' 1 : Lt. Colonel, »6 Julj ' July 73. 

Major.— John Fryer, Cornet, *g Mur. 60; L*. 'io Fob. 6a ; Gap*. »s A -" ril '4 ; Xityor, p is Deo. 69. 



Oinuis. 

/j.».e. George Salis Sclnvabe, Brigade ) 

Major of Cm-airy, Alitrtkci } 

Charles Frederick Marriott 

lokburne Hamilton 

Hardin Burnley 

Hugh 0. 1 lery 

[worth John George Lewis Gor-1 

don Williamson ) 

William Wallace Graham' 

Hon. James David Drummond 



Lieutenants 

John Moore 

William Henry MacGeorge 

John Francis LTpton Gaskell 

Charles George Hammond 

Thomas Cole Porter 

Alexander Sprot 

Robert Preston Bandsman 

Thomas Richard Bra. Brabason Hallowee 
Harold Charles Hanbnry 



RPD LlECTBIf AWTS. 

Alfred Weston 

Percy Hu^h Hamon Massy ... 



p 23 Sept. 63 p 9 June 65 1*29 May 67 

9 July ( s, p 1 2 Sept. 65 p 2oJnnO 68 

: ''is May <■' 
''iH A J > r i 1 I 

p 8 June 67 p 23Dec. 68J p ioJtinc 71 
May 56: 15 Nov. 
Jan. 58 p 8 Mar 



p 6Mnr. 69 p 5 July 71 

p i3July 70 2S(i.i. 71 

28 Oct. 71 28 Oct. Til 

Deo. 71 

. 

12 Nov. 71 

ag N'.v. 7'. 



IIIII V.M VJ. 



i April 76 

11 1'cli. 75 



V ay matter.— Charles BOweQ, 5 Jan. Cj ; Cornet, p i 7 OOS. (1 ; // i.V- r, 17 00l 
Biding Maitar.— Francis I.evison Michael, 4 11 July 56. 
Quart** MaiUr.- George Griffith,' |Jm 

. Veterinary Surgeon. — Kichard Poj . uA CIa$t, 8 March 76. 

' Blue— Farinr>> White— Aatmi -\. Co. 

Het' , j'j July 1861. 

> Lieut. General ltielm . nm mlr, I tin' ( n i ..! ,, . , including the 

battle of the Tehernaya, siege and fallof Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 

Serve "I in the Indian campaign 1 commanded Gent ral Pi ny*! Ci 1 1 n Ln the action of the Kirkrowlio (thai > > : t i ■ ■ ■ ■ r 

having been killed by the Brsl shot Bred by the enemy), and captured a run ; oommanded ■ Brigade "t Cavalry at 

the oaptnre of Kan Illy [OB.); commanded the Left Col in □ v force In the attack 01 ■ 

foroe at Dunderkeraj oommanded the Cavalry with L 1 roe tn the Trans-Gogra campaign, baolnding 

affairs at Magedia, Ohundal, and Bai 

* Captain Graham served in the 1 7jrJ] I ^hont the Eastern campaign of 1 1 55, inclading the affair of 
M'Kenzie's Fai aklava, Inkerman, and Tchern il with 
fbnrCTasps, and Turkish Medal). Was present Vi bbts at the outbreak of I ' irnton 

, gen ed the Robilound 1 until wounded ; also the Oud< 

1 Riding Master Michael served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, [notudins the nffairof Bulganak, battles "f 
Alma and Tehernaya, siege and fall of Bebasl ipatoria 

(Medal with two Ola ipe, and Torkish m 

• Qr. Master Griiiith served* irds during the I 1854-55, inoluding the 
battles of BaJaklava, Inkerman, and Tehernaya, siege and fall of Bebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish 

Medal, and Prenoh War Medal). 



142 



Years Ser. 
Full Half 
Pay. Pay. 
29 



7th (The Princess Royal's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. [Newbridge. 



Colonel.— Robert. Wardlaw, 1 CD. Cornet, p 5 Juno 3; 
p 4 Feb. q ;; Jit. Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Lt. Colonel, 
6 .M:ir. 68 ; Colonel 7th Dm soon Guards, 7 Jan. 74. 

Lieutenant Colonel— Edward Harnett,* Cornet, p 2 June 48; Lt 
66; JJreret Lt. Colonel, 17 Nov. 75 ; Lt. Colonel, 17 May 76. 

Major.— Henry Francis Dent. Comet, P 2Q Oct. S9i Lt - V H A P ri 



Lieut. p 28 July 40; Captain, 
10 Mar. 57; Colonel, 12 Dec. 



Oct. 42; Maior' 
; Major General* 



)ct. 51; Capt. 5 Mar. 58; Major, 20 July 
Capt. p 27 July 66; Major, 4 Nov. 74. 



Captains. 

Edmund Molyneox 

Richard D'Olier George . 

p.t.r. Colin Campbell 

John Fryer Chapman 

Edward Maxwell Lyte 

Richard Powell Rees 

Alfred Hibby 

Kvan Aubrev Thomas 

Walter Oreagb 



LIEUTENANTS. 



Cecil Leycester Becher 

M:iurice Maher 

William Woods Weston 

Charles Edward Beckett, Adj. 28 May 73 

James Francis Jameson 

William Edward Morrison Rough 

Charles Lucius Brooke 

William Moses 

Anthony Charles Sykes Abdy 

Montague Campbell Day 

Michael Arthur Burke 

Ulick George Campbell de Burgh 

John Scott 

Geo. Bridges H. Dennett, Lord Rodney ... 

SCB LlEUTBXAITTS. 



COKKLT 

>4 June 



June 

1 July 63 

1 April 62 

1 Mar. 63 

5 Jan. 66 

p 2 3 July 63 

Oct. 64 

p i 4 Sept. 
p i3 June 
p 3 Feb. 
p i 7 April 
p i3 Feb. 
23 Sept. 

p 2S Oct. 



57 ''26 Nov. 58 p 9 May 
62 p 9 May 6 5 [ p 2i Mar. 



p i6 0ct. 55 p 2 9 June 66 
p i8 0ct. 64*18 Aug. 69 
July 65*20 Oct. 69 



p 23 June 69 

18 Jan. 69 

p 22 June 67 

p 28 Oct. 68 



66 


p i7 April 


69 


68 


p iS Aug. 


69 


69 


p 22 Mar. 




6q 


p 22 Aprl 


7 1 


67 


p 23 Nov. 


70 




28 Oct. 






30 Dec. 






21 Sept. 


72 


68 


28 Oct. 






23 Apr. 


7S 




12 Nov. 






11 Sept 


76 




it Oct. 


76 




29 Nov. 


76 



BBEV.MAJ. I BT.T.I.COL. 



'22 Mar. 71 

'14 Jan. 71 

24 Sept. 73 

1 Apr. 7S 



1 Major General Wardlaw served* 
with the 1st Dragoons in the Crimean 
campaign from 6th Oct. 1854, in- 
cluding the battles of Balaklava, In- 
kerman, and Tchernaya (commanded 
the Regiment), siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal with three Clasps, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 



.. Paiimattrr.— William Francis Wheble, 18 May 60; Honorary Major, 18 May 75. 
.. Siding Matter.— Nelson Banyard, 6 Jan. 75. 
' ;• Matter.— Henry Lewis, 5 28 Oct. 68. 
Medical Offirer.— -Surgeon Ninian Alexander Williamson, Surneon, 31 March 68. 
.. l,t. rmarm Surgeon.— Charles George Hetherington Reilly, 15'Feb. 61 ; 1st Class, 2 Aug. 71. 

Scarletr-.Fuc.-nyo Bluck.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Truth Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bart, and Co. 
Meturnedfrom India, 23 Nob. 1867. 



* Lt.Colonol Harnett served with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 14th July 1855, including the battle of 
Tchernaya. siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

Lewis served throughout the Kaffir war of 1S46-47, and was present in many of the engagements 
that took place (Medal). b 6 



Head Quarters,! 
Norwich. J 



1st (Royal) Regiment of Dragoons. 



U3 



The Crest of England within the Garter. 

"I'kmn'Sila" "Watebloo" "Balaklava" 



Spectemur agendo." 
'Sevastopol." 



- 

Colonel —Charles Philip Ainslie, and LI. 10 April 25 ; Lt. p 28 Jan. 36 ; Capt. p i6 Mar. 30 ; Major, 'n Oct. 42 
1.1. Colonel, p 22 Oct. 47 ; Colonel, 2S Nov. 54 ■ Uajor General, 7 July 62 ; Lieut. General, 25 Oct. 7' ; Colonel; 

Lieutenant Colonel.— John Gordon Graham, Cornet, 19 Juno 55; Lieut. p i 5 Feb. 56; Capt. p i 9 Feb. 58 
Major, 27 Mar. 72 ; Lt. Colonel, 10 April 76. „.„„,, , ,, . 

Major— Edmund Bacon Uutton, Cornet, '30 Mar. 60; Zf. p 2 3 Sept. 62; Ca/>r. p 8 May 67; .Major, 
:o April 76. 



Captains. 

Charles Falkiner Morton 

Allan Maclean, Aide de Camp to Sir 
Thomat Steele 

George Brown ElnsseU 

Richard Mark Bynnot Maun.-cll 

John Archibald Middle-ton, Adjutant 1 

Fifethirr Light Hone Volunteer* 

John Baillie iiallantyno Dickson 

Charles Richard Tennant 

Henry Bussell Wurthiiiittou 1 

Benjamin Ingham Tide well 

Lmmiiro, 

Edward Loyd Entwisle 

Gerard Vivian An 

William Welle,* I '• 73 

Richard William Blackwood Ker 

iiri.ry IfLaren 
William Henry Robertson 

larnard Nichols 

Albas Gwynne 

James Towers-Clark 

William Rhodes 

Horace Amj at) I . 

Arthur William tdostyn Owen 

Si 11 Likctrxakts. 

William FitsGerald <> Bhanghneuy 

William Gilbert Mitchell-lnnes 



p i8 Feb. 62 p 2i July 63 p i2 June 

p 5 Sept. 62 '29 Mar. 64 v 8 June 

'17 Nov. 63 P i5Feb. 63 27 Mar. 

'io May 64 p s May 6 ? » Jan. 

' 8 Aug. 68 v '6 Mar. 
Jan. 



Jan. 
b June 70 p ji May 

28 Oct. 



26 June 



7" 2) July 
62 31 Dec. 
71 8 Mar. 



76 
/•' 
Wells 



BT.LTCOL. 



. the rat 



: fro .f 1854-55. including the 

. 

" I won- 

1 ho field), Inkor- 
" 9 Inno 74 ">""• nnd Tchernaya, night al 
*'»... ' poete on 19th February 

i.aatopol 

1 : with three Clasps, and Turkish 

i^Juno 7 
'» Boot -'• 



SUB LIItT. 



11 Feb. 75 
27 June 74 



Puymattrr.— Obt* Willans, s April 56) Hon. Major, 5 April 61. 
BimM Matter.— Jamoe Collins, 1 9 Aur. 71. 
Quarter Matter. G Mar. 70. 

cal Officer. 8\ ' 9. Mosohamp, 7 .76. 

I 16 I ... Veterinary Surgeon,— William Hill. 26 Nov 61 ; ut Clatt, -• \\lg. 71. 

- 
'.from the Crimea, 27 May 1856. 

1 Captain Wortnington served with I • al In N. w Zeal md Br an 1 th Nov. 1863 to 1866, ■ 

at the assault a rhia, repulse of the enemy's all ip at Nokumara, aflhir 

of ECakaramea, and taking of Putahi (14 

5 RidiD Una s'-rve.l mi 1 ' 

capture of Cotah, recapture of Chundaree, battle ol K itah Ice- Si rai, oa| I 
actions of Bind wahoo, Coorwye, and 1. 

■Quarter Ua rvedthe Bastei 1854 ><; with'' D agoons, inoladlng the 

tm: 1 1 - of Alma, 1 Sal ak lava, a -el [nkerman, and ind Turkish MoJul). 

Surgeon .Major Musoh 



K t 



144 2nd (Boyd North British) Regiment of Dragoons (Scots Greys). L 



The Thistle within the Circle and Motto of St. Andrew. An Eagle. 
'•Waterloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 



THead Quarters, 

L » 

Second to None. 



Colonel.-Sir John Bloomfield GougW~ GCB. Ensign, 24 Feb 20; Lt p i Oct. 25; Copt. *i Aujx^6jIlt.Major, 
I :6Mav 4 i; lit. Lt. Colonel, 23 Dec. 42; Colonel, 2 Aug. 50 ; MajorGeneral, 30 Jan. 55 ; Lieut. General, 9 Nov. 
I 6.- ; General, 23 Oct. 71 ; Colonel 2nd Dragoons, 31 Jan. 64. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Andrew Nugent, 2 Cor*«<, ''17 Dec. 52; Lt. p 24 Nov. 54; 

M:ir. t< : I.tColonel,*} Feb. 69 ; Colonel, 3 Feb. 74. 
Major.— Andrew Smythe Montague Browne, 3 Cornet, 18 Nov. 53 ; Lt. 
Major, v y> June 69. 



Capt. p 8 Feb. 56 1 
16 Mar. ss ; Capt. p : 



Major, 31 
^ Dec. 58 ! 



Captains. 

Charles Hill Uniacke* 

p.:c. John Wallace Hozier, D.A.Q.M.G., \ 
Intelligence Branch ) 

Francis James Agnew Wallace 

Patrick Sanderson 

Francis Glennie Farouhar 

Edward George Moore Donnithorne, 5 Lt. ~) 

li. Artillery, 18 Dec. 61 $ 

I'humns Scott 

barlee Maberly 

Alfred Cholmeley Earle Welby 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Lockhart Mure Hartley Kennedy 

Hon. WalterPhilipAlex'ander,-i(7/. 18 Dec. 75 

Montague George Johnstone 

Charles Wilshere Onslow Doherty 

John William M'Clintock-Bunbury 

Francis Maitland Philips 

William Christopher James 

David Scott Porteous 

Charles FitzGerald Watkins 

John Lewis Vaughan Henry 

Qeorge Arbuthnot 

John Arthur Wcllesley O'Neill Torrens. 



( osin t. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



7 Jan. 54 

7 Dec. 58 

S April 63 

p i7 Nov. 63 

June 64 

p 8 Sept. 65 

Mar. 66 

Sept. 67 

p i6 Oct.. 67 

14 Sept. 66 

3 Feb. 69 
22 June 

ao Oct. 69 



55 p 2 5 Feb. 59 

63 p 3o June 69 

66 p ioMay 71 

May 71 

2 Aug. 71 

24 Feb. 72 

30 June 75 

24 June 76I 

1 April 76 



29 May 67 



23 Oct. 

17 Nov, 
'30 Mar 

p i6 0ct. 66 p 31 May 

'25 Sept. 67 " 

p 3 Feb. 69 

p 9 Oct. 69 

p 22 June 70 

p 7 Dec. 70 

p 27 April 70 

p ioMay 71 

p 2 Aug. 71 

p 28 June 71 

30 Dec. 71 

24 Feb. 72 

28 Feb. 74 

28 Feb. 74 

6 Mar. 74 

23 Apr. 74 

28 Oct. 71 

20 Nov. 7= 



BBEV.5IAJ. 



5 July 72 



BT.LT.COL. 



BOB LIEUT. 



22 May 75 
12 May 75 
.Captain, 1 Mar. 69. 



Sub Lieutenants. 

William Henry Hippisley 

William Nicholas Leader 

Paymaster. — James Clarke Hicks, 1 Mar. 64; Hon 
H i a i ma Matter. — Charles Walter Neal, 6 Nov. 67. 
Quorn r Master.— John Liddle, 8 27 Sept. 71. 
Medical Officer.— Surgeon G. B. Stuart, MB. 1 April 71. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Andrew Galbraith Ross, 16 May 62 ; 1st Class, 8 June 72. 
Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 4 July 1856. 
1 Sir John Gough served during the war in China of 1840-42 as Deputy Quarter Master General and head of the 
department ; was present at almost every engagement during the expedition, and received the brevet rank of Major 
and Lt.Colonel, together with the Companionship of the Bath (Medal). Served in the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 
a- HHitary Secretary to the Commander in Chief in India, and was present at the battle of Mahnrajpore (Bronze 
Star). A) 1 adier in the Army of the Sutlej 1845-46; commanded the 2nd Brigade of Cavalry at the 

ah, and offloiated as Quarter Master General of H.M.'s Forces in India at the 
where he w;i- severely wounded (Medal and two Clasps). Served the Punjaub campaign of 
1848-49 ns Quarter Master General of H.M.'s Forces in India, and was present at the battles of Chillianwallah and 
■ (Medal with two Clasps), appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen with Brevet rank of Colonel. 

no campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the battles of Bala- 
klava, [nkerman, and Tchernava, siege and fall of Bebaatopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

Browne served with thi 8< ' aeCl nun from 30th July to 1st Sept. and from Oct. to Dec. 1855, 

including the battle ■ : the Tchl rnaya, ;<■ ■ - 1-1,. I iM. Mai with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

ii DSSan in the Crimea from 17th April 1855, including the capture of Tchor- 
■■ and full Of Bebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the Carabineers in India, 
and wai pr< sent at the battle* of the Hindnn, battle of Bndlekaserai, affair of oth June 1857, siege and fall of Delhi, 
- with Showers' Movable Oolumn (Medal with Clasp). 

hrouglb the New Zealand war of 1864-65 as a Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery, and 
I in the Campaign on the Wuiknto river, expedition to Tanranga, action Of the Gate Pah, campaign in 
the WangannJ district, and with the expeditiona of the Movable Column on the River Patea (Medal). 

1 Quarter Master Liddle served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the 

11 flair of M'KenzieV Kann, battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernava, night attack on outposts on 17th Feb., 

1 full of Bebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and Medal for distinguished conduct in the 



Mhow.Bombay. "1 



3rd ( The K Regiment of Hussars. 



Depot, Canterbury 

The White Horse within tie , " "Vittobia" 

"ToULOISE" " l'l.MNM L V " " OiBOOL, 1842 " "MOODKEF." " Fe UOZESH WI " 
" SOBEAON "" 



M5 



■ 



I'lXJAVll " " CllILI.lAXWAI.LAU " " (JoOJIKAT." 

Colonel.— ^ . Lockwood, 1 KCB.Conut, PioMar.35; Zt.'xoAug. al ; Clapt ''7 St-]>r 

', 2S Nov. 

54 ; J.i General, 22 Oct. 70; Colonel 3rd Hussars, 1 Jan. 72. 

Lieutenant Colonels.— Edward Howard Yy.-e, Brigadier General Commanding Sind District, Bombay; 

Cornet,' Lt. '3 Feb. 54 ; <-'«]•> '■ V H 1 <-*>- 57 i Major, p io June 62'; Lt. Colonel, *i& Oct. 64 ; 

Colonel, 18 Oct. 69. 
p. t.c. Richard ISiiind.-ll-Hollinshcad-Blundell, Comet, p y Mar. 56; Lt. 'io Feb. 58; Capt. •'4 Mar. 59; 

Major, V2& Oct. 68 ; Lt. Colonel, 4 X, . 

ajor. — Arthur Hare Vincent, Cornet, 29 Dec. 57 ; Lt. p 9 April, 61 ; Capt. > . r , p 28 June 71. 



vlNS. 

Charles Stephen Walker 

George Vernon Colman Napier 

.lolm Purefoy Ellis Jervoise, .'■. 

Secretary to the Governor of Bombay ... j 

Charles E. Nettles* 

John Cooke 

Benjamin Louis Gilson 

Robert George Dickson 



Lieut 1 • 
Henry Fitzhardii i[jutant,t 

ji Jan. 73 $ 

■ ■■ 

Thomas Hopwood Peckham 

Robert Elton Gtrey 

William 1 

Samuel Job Lea, Instructor of Musketry, I 

Cavalry Depot I 

Thomas Henry Mu ha. 1 Kelly, Interpreter 
( Iswald Brio Stuarl i- - 1. - 

Ivur -Mac Ivor 

Robert GuBtavui I 

Arthur I • , an Cortlandt ... 

William George Matthews UUUmg Master, 

>S-I"1.Y' f) 

Algernon Francis Peyton 



Srii I,i 
Harry Court 

Reginald Cha I 



••22 Oct. 61 

p 7 Autr. 67 



">i4 Aug. 
28 Oct. 



23 Jan. (-) 



28 Oct. 71 



"^Feb. 64 P22 Juno 67 

p 9 Aug. 64,^7 Nov. 69 

•" 3 June 68 1*21 June 71 

■ ' 7 13 Fell. 7; 

p 28 0ct. 68 j ' 

Mar. 76 



••29 June 70 

p 2i June 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 



28 Oct. 71 

, 1 ■ 
23 Jan. 75 



■1 a i.n i r. 



IO OCt. 74 

Pamnwtof Pred. Wtodham LukI ; Lt. >i8Not.S3> Jw iJ f ^ iW ' t i6Hay<& 

tor. William John Kan;, .■- \ 
Quart . Mattt r Qeoi ■■ M r .■ 

■t. 71. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Jot ' 

1S68. 



\ (Tghan- 



11. and « 



1 Sir 1 ;- 1 • 

i>lan end ■ 
Jugdulluel 
iii the Pui 

; [uadron In thi lal with 

1 with the 17th 1 " '■ 

and Turkish Medal). Served with thi Guards in the In 

and capture ofLucknow and Trana-G igra aflaira at Bunkum (Medal with Olaep). 



x 4 6 



4th (The Qxieens Own) Regiment of Hussars. 



FuU~H»M 
Pay. P«>. 



[Rftwul Pindee, Bengal. 
Depot, Canterbury. 

"TaIATKBa" "ALBrHERA" " BlUII AJTCi. " " VlTTOBIA " " T/OULOUSR ' " PENINSULA " " AFFGHANISTAN " 

"Olimi" "Ai.su" "Balaklava" "Inkerman" "Sevastopol." 
Colonel —Lord George Augustus Frederick Facet, ' XCB. Cornet $ Sub Lt. p 25 July 34; Lt. p i Dec. 37; 
CM. ''17 Aug. 41: Major, P30 Jan. 46; Lt. Colonel. p 2a Dec. 46; Colonel, 20 June 54; Major General, 
! J.-rvt. General, 28 Feb. 71 ; Colonel 4th Hussars, 7 Jim. 74. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Alexander George Montgomery Moore, Cornet. p i3 Dec. 50; Lt. p 6 July 52; Capt. 

p o Mav <6 : Major. 14 Sept. 67 ; Lt. Colonel, v ?t, Dec. 68 ; Colonel, 23 Dec. 73. 
Majors.— Will inn Cha ue. Cornet, fig Dec. 56; Xi\ p 3o June 57; Capt. p 8 May 60; Major, p 23 Dec. 68. 
Stnnlcv de Astil Calvert ("»rkr.(<ir»ff,3 Aug. 55; Lt. v :$ Jan. 56; Capt p i 4 Jane 59; Major, p 4 Feb. 71. 



( ATTAINS. 

Francis Barker Montague . 
iGeorge Philips. 



CORNET. 



jWilliam Miles Nairn Kington, Adjutant \ 
1 Gloueetterihire Yeomanry Cavalry >' 



! 



Francis Arthur Hutchins.. 
Walter Glyn Lawrell 

James William Lay* 

Neil Benjamin Edmonstone 
Henry Askew Cherry 



Henry Tercy Douglas Willan 

Henry Fane Grant, I,iter/>reter 

Charles Edward Pennefuther 

William Alexander Ramsay 

Robert Chateauncuf Tuthiil 

Fred. Wilson Hemm>ng 

Edward James Fandon Wood 

Hi: ry Edward Rose 

Francis Campbell Pearson 

John FamuT. Adjutant 27 Sept. 76 

Spencer Walpole Follett 

Frederick Henry Blacker 

Daniel Louis Dekicherois 



Sra Lieutenants. 

CecilWyburn Peters 

Charles Lancelot Skinner 

Edwin William Exham 



26 Feb. 56 

6 April 55 
26 Feb. 58 

P25 May 60 
p 8 Dec. 65 

7 Nov. 65 
p 5 June 66 
p 3o Dec. 64 



p i2 Oct. 67 
p 2 3 Dec. 
l p i 4 July 69 
1 Sep't. 69 
17 Aug. 
25 April 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.MAJ. 



BT.LT.COL. 



13 April 58: 14 Sept. 67 
p 29 May 57 p 7 Nov. 62 
p 8 Feb. 6i| p i9April 64 
p 3 i Mar. 63 p 1 Feb. 68 
p 2o April 67 p 27 July 70 

23 Dec. 68 1 4 Nov. 74 
p 3 April 69I 21 July 75 

23 June 69, 9 Aug. 76 



2 Captain Lay served with the 4th 
Hussars throughout the Eastern cam- 

( July 69 paign of 1854-5 q, including the battles 

I Dec. 69 f Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tcher- 

r Aug. 70 naya, siege and fall cf Sebastopol 

(Jan. 71 (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 

'July 71 Medal). 

I Oct. 71 

.Ian. 73 

i Dec. 74 

: Dec. 74 

1 June 75! 

1 Nov. 75! 

Oct. 76 

Nov. 76 



SUB LIEUT. 



11 Feb. 75 
5 June 75 

12 Feb. 76 



May 72. 



Paymattcr — Stephen Murphy, 5 8 May 67 ; Honorary Capta 

Biding Matter.— Hugh Ernest Elliott, 30 Sept. 74. 

Quarter Matter.— William Leetch, 28 Mar. 74. 

Medical Officer.— Surgeon Major Charles Moore Jessop,* Surgeon, 18 April 68. 

I etennury Surgeon.— 

Blue.— Agentt, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 28 May 1856.— Embarked for India, 15 Oct. 1S67. 

v '.., ' T '\ ' ; ," rcP r «~ fti \ f>IV T r ' i |n the Eastern campaign of 7854-55; commanded the 4th Light Dragoons at the 
tie or Alma, and in the Light Cavalry charge of Balaklava. Commanded the Light Cavalry Brigadeattbe 
battles of Iiikermim and Tchernaya, ««'i «™ »*>» »■—» «mm~~ *«« r- * .-.. „...i 5«j .i._' .■?,- ^!L __._• 



D the expedition to Eupatoria and operations thence with General 
vision in 1855 (Medal with four Clasps, Officer of the Legion 



. . and 
D'Allonvi ■!<-. Commanded roratimetheC 

Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3 r<i Class of'the Mejidie) 
mutmr'm^^-sMMe^a?)" 1 '" th<5 ^^ Light Infantry with the Pinjaub Movable Column during the Indian 
♦ Burgeon Major Jessop.— For War Services see "Medical Department." 



Aidantot] 5th (Royal Irish) Regiment of Lancers. 

The Harp and Crown. " Qui* Separalriir' 
11 11 Half Colonel.— Henrv Darby-Griffith, 1 CB Etuign, ''25 Nov. 3", ; Lt. p 25 Nov. 31 ; Gap* . *i Aug. 
'' u - v >'o Nov, 4', ; Lt. Colonel, '37 Aug. = -•; Colonel, 38 MOV. 34 ; Jfa/or General, 31 Mar. 66; LieuUmi ■■■ 
14 April 74 ; Colonel 5th Lancers, 1 Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel— William Godfrey Dunham Massy,- Ensijn, 27 Oct. 54 ; Lr. 9 Feb. 55 ; Cbpr. 20 Feb. 57 ; 
Major, '»3 Jan. 63 ; LI. Colonel, p 3 i Oct. 71 ; Colonel, 28 Oct 76. 

Majors.— William Lloyd Bi 13 Nov. 5=; ; Lr.iMay<;8; Copt. p n Ms H 1 1 Oct. 6S. 
Martin Pierce Blake, Cornel, '33 ". - May 61 ; Cjj</. p i Feb. CS ; Major, ''31 Uct. 71. 



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Captains. 



Boyle Vandeleur 10 Sept. 5 S p i6 Nov. 6o p 23.l;.' 

Cornwallis Henry Chichester* p i8 Fei). 53 n Aug. 54 7 April 

L W c c f%T!^...? a !!!! i ™'..!!!} p,sNov - 6 *' a8Jnl y ^ 9 .' 

Joseph Spencer Benyon E 7 April 65 p 24 Dec. 7 

Richard Fielding Morrison. 4 AJj.itant > „ ««•„ n'p^r... , a P ,„,_ *„ 

Denbighshire Yeomanry Cavalry \ ' 3° Mar. 58 '24 Dec. 5 3 p ioJuly 63 



Alfred Bissel Harvey p i80ct. 

Bdward Groves Paley p 2 Jan. 

Richard St. Leger Moore v 1 Feb. 



64* 5 Mar. 69 5 June 75 
69 p i 1 Feb. 70 16 Dec. 74 
67 p ag May t , 6 Jan. 75 1 



LlBCTE.VANTS. 

Cecil William Norton p 9 April 

Augustus Campbell Spencer, Aids d*) „ v ^. 

Camp In Major General J. H. Stuart ... j 8 r t0 - 

Arthur Cornewall Chester Master 

Thomas Fletcher, Adjutant i) Nov. 76)' 

[BAdifW MatteroDec. 73) ) 

Henry Courtenay M .1 and 
Douglas is. M. EL, Duktqf Montroi 

James Frederick Love Uussell 

Julian John Newton Spieer 

Aubone George Fife '15 May 

Count Kichard li. I'. W. Metaxa 

Henry Dent Brocklehurst 



Sun Liiinum 

Georgo Richard Tnfton 

Charles Reginald Ordo 



7 


28 Oct. 71 


JO 


38 Oct. 71 




38 Feb. 74 




3 Feb. 75 


66 


11 Feb. 7; 

p 3 oUct. 69' 
13 June 74 








11 Feb. 75 
28 April 75 



Pa g m at ter.— Manrioe Martian I Mahon, 8 Mar. 58; lion. Major, 8 Mar. 67. 

Ilidina Matter— John ('rowdy, 2 .'• 

Quarter Matter. — DoOglaS ShaWO, 4 Feb. 71. 

Medical Qfflcer.— Surgton Major John Atkinson, 1 April 73. 
Veterinary Burgeon,— John Ashworth Elostron, it Ja 

Foetam Bearlel -Agentt 

I 1 Ua, .'l Decewtl 

' Lient.General Darby-Griffith tarred the Eastern campaign of 1854 «, m eommand ■ I 
eluding the affair of M'Kenzie'a Farm, b iklava (wounded in the bead bj a pistol-ball) [nlcerman 'and 

Tohernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Aid 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the hie I 

• Colonel Dunham Massy served al the latter part of the r fire at the battle of tbe 

\a, and commanded 1 ith Regt.atthe 

with minor injuriea he was dangerously wounded by a bail which passed through In- 
Being left on the ground, he tell into the hands of the ■ ■- i, ,,, ,., |„. ,, 
wounded, did not remove him with their prisoners, Was recommend . by the Commander in 
Chief in the Crimea for ins gallantry at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient endurance with whfoh he bore hie 
most severe sii 11- aent to hiseamp stretch ilwi'h 
Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Eonor, and Turkish Hi 

■< Major Chichester served with the 13th Light Infantry in the Ci - Including the batua 

of the Tohernaya, siege and fall of Seba 1 

♦ Captain Morrison (formerly a Captain 111 the gist Foot) served with the 1 • ipeiffu 
unto 28th October 1854, including the battlo of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, nnd Turkish 



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148 6th (InnisUllhig) Regiment of Dragoons. 

The Castle of Inniskilling. ""Watebloo" "3alaklava" "Sevastopol" 
Colonel.— Henry Dalrymple "White, 1 CB. Cornet, p n May 38; lit. p 8 Feb. 39; Capt. p i7 May 44; Major, 
p 22 Dec. 48; Lt. Colonel, 1 June 54; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Jfoy'o)- General, 6 March 68;" Colonel 6th 
Dragoons, 1 Aug. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Hon. Charles Womyss Thcsigcr, 2 Cornet, p 5 Aug. 53; Lt. p 3o Dec. 53; Cinjf p 2 July ?8 : 

Miyor, P3 Dec. 61 ; Lt. Colonel, p 2 Dec. 68. 
Majors.— George M. Billington, 3 £»«'y», p 3o April 55 ; Lt. p 2 6 Dec. 56; Capt. p i 9 Mar. 61 ; Major, p i2 June 69. 
Edward Arthur Gore, Comet, ''25 Aug. 5S ; Lt. p i2 June 60 ; Capt. p ig April 64 ; Major, V29 May 69. 



Captains. 
Francis George Savage Curtis 4 .. 
Alexander Frederick Stewart .. 

William "Ward Bennitt 

John Carter O'Neal 

Albert Froom 

George Hamilton Heaviside 

Frederick William Bloomfield 

Henry John Mills 



Lieutenants. 

Henry John Peareth , 

George Gilbert Joseph Thackeray 

John St. John Frederick, Aide Je Camp to 

Major General Wardlaw 

William Henry Dawson, Adjutant 10 Jan. 72 

Alexander Chalmers M'Kean 

Andrew Green Thompson 

Duncan Matheson 

Henry Leslie Ellis 

Edward Graham Pennefather 

William Henry Mott 

Reginald Henry Rimington "Wilson ... 

Patrick John Waldron 

Willoughby Harford Hurt Sitwell 



Sub Lieutenants. 



15 Dec. 54 
24 July 58 
' 5 Aug. 59 



24 Sept. 55 
p 28 Dec. 60 
p i 7 Sept. 61 



22 Mar. 64 p 2o July 67 
p 28 Jan. 62 p n April 68 



20 Oct. >;9 
p 28Aug. 63 
Aug. 66 



p iS April 63' 
v 9 April 70 
p 27 April 70 
p 28 April 70! 
28 Oct. 71 



22 Sept. 61 
p 25Nov. 6f 
p 6 Mar. 6, 



p 26 Feb. 70 

p 9 Sept. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

30 Dec. 71 
24 Feb. 72 
19 June 72 
23 April 73 
21 Aug. 73 

31 Aug. 7, 
7 Jan. 74 

29 Nov. 76 



sub lieuts 



CAPTAIN. 



5 Mar. 58 
14 June 64 

8 Feb. 68 

9 Feb. 70 
10 Jan. 72 

9 Mar. 72 

3 Aug. 72 

6 Jan. 7 s 



BKEV.JIAJ. 



5 July 72 



bt.lt. COL. 



, 9 Dec 64; Son. Captain, 9 Dec. 69. 



Paymaster.— Frederick FitzWilliam Trench ] 

Riding Master— -Y€ Joseph Malone, 8 7 Sept. 58. 

Quarter Master.— Thomas Mitchell, 9 9 March 60 ; Adjutant, 21 Feb. 56. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— William Barker Walters, 26 Nov. 61 ; 1st Class, 2 Aug. 71. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt., and Co. 
Returned from India, 5 April 1867. 

1 Major General H. D. "White served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 i n command of the Inniskilling Dragoons, 
including the battles of Balaklava (mentioned in despatches), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (CB., Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
(Medal). 

2 Lt.Colonel the Hon. C. W. Thesiger acted as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle commanding the Cavalry Bri- 
gade during the campaign of i860 in China, and was present at the affairs of the 12th August, 18th and 21st Sept. 
and capture of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

3 Major Billington served with the 4th Kegt. in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol from the 18th 
March 1856. Also with it during the Indian Campaign of 1857-58, and was severely wounded at the attack on the 
Fort on Beyt Island on the 2nd of April 1858 (Medal). 

* Major Curtis served with the 6th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from the 20th July 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the campaign 
of 1857-58 against the mutineers in India, including the actions on the Hindun of the 30th and 31st May, battle of 
Budleekeserai, siege and fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers ; also the affair of Myn- 
poorie and Kerkrowlie, capture of Bareilly, relief of Skahjehanpore, and subsequent affairs at Mahundee and 
Shahabad (Medal with Clasp). 

8 Riding Master Malone served in the 13th Light Dragoons throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including 
i Hi" liuliranak and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, 

fall Of Beba topol, and expedition to Eupatoria under General D'Allonville. At daybreak on the 24th 
September 1854, when marching on Balaklava, volunteered with three Troopers, and captured an Escort of the 
enemy's Cavalry, also the baggage which they were taking to Sebastopol (Victoria Cross, Medal with four 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

• ( [uarter Master Mitchell served in the "Royal Artillery throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, and was 
present at the affairs of Uulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, 
Biege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct.. 1S54 (Medal with four Clasps, Medal for distinguished conduct in 
the field, Turkish Medal, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 



Edinburgh. ] 7th (The Q" Regiment of Hussars. 

The Boyal Cypher within the Garter. " Rnrorsuu." " Watbbioo" "Ldckkow. 

Colonel.- i .' CIS. Cornet,*Ts June 

47; Lt. Colonel, '31 Oct. 51; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 28 July 65; V 
Colonel ~\l, Jan. 73. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Kul . p n June 52; X<. 14 Sept. 55; Cuvt. 1 Jan. sg: U 

'. 22 Feb. 76. 
Major.— Hujrh D'Arcy P. llurncll, Gorurf,^ July 54; Lt. 14 Sept. 55; Capt. •'30 July 58 ; Major * 21 
1 lec. 73. 



I ' W'l.U.VS. 

Francia Massy Drew 

Arthur Peal* 

. it 

Hngb Mi lalmont 

llarrio Archil' .Id Itcid 

Frank Shuttleworth 

Charles KuzGerald Thomson. 
Thomas Hele Phipps 



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p ioDec. 

Jan. 74; 



Aug. 69 ; 
Sept. 63; 



I.ll I TKXAJfTS. 

Cecil Loftus Reade 

Harold Paget, Aide deCamp to Sir Edward 1 

OreaUu < i 

Wentworth Willi u I me 

lion. All: ■ . 



William B 

Henry .Matthew Ridley 

Thomas Graham Smith 

William James Gardiner Ba 1 

Hon. Thomas Ashburuham 



Si 11 !.n:i ti tun. 
Richard Thompson Lawley 



COBB H. 



8 June 61 

p 5 July 64 

■'23 June 65 

p 27 July 66 

'i 2 June 67 



p 23 Jan. 



••21 July 63^,3 July 67I 

''27 July 66 v .- . ' 

70 u June : . 

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13 April 7; 

.•7 Mar. 74 
16 July 74 

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Paymaster.— William J. net, 31 Dec. -; < utain, 8 May 72. 

Biding Matter.— TUna* Robertson, 17 Jai 

Veterinary Suryeon.— 1- 'ra 

1S70. 



» Lieu- ad with til.; 7th Hassan in Canada in Regiment 

in 184.-. bnul the Indian campaign with the arm; oi 

'led a Wing Of the 7m I 

1858. t ' 

Cavalry under Brigadier General W 

with the army under Lord Clj 

the relief of Bhahjehanpore and advai 

advanci ■ ation of Pyaabad, in the affair at I 

during the whol impaign nil U 

despatches, Medal with Olaap). 

1 Capl 1 lien throughout the Indian N.'W 

tho storming of the ConioaJ Hill, algo at the attack and capture of the Crag Pii i (Medal witu Clasp). 



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8th (The King's Eoyal Irish) Regiment of Hussars. 



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["Head Quarters, 
L Aldershot. 
The Harp and Crown. " Fristinee virtutis memores."— "Leswabbee " " Hindoostan " "Alma" 
"Balaklava" "Inkebman" "Sevastopol" " Central India." 
Colonel.— Rodolphde Ssi\i*, 1 Cornet,* i 7 Dec. 30; Lt.*z8 June 33; Capt. p 2 8 April 37: Major, p i 9 Feb. 47 ; 
-Br.-re* Lt. Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Lt. Colonel, 2 Oct. 56; Colonel, 20 Mar. 58; 2fo;or General, 6 March 08; 
Colonel 8th Hussars, '22 Sept. 75- . „. „ _, . 

Lieutenant Colonel.— William Mussenden, 3 Cornet, p io June 53; Lt. 19 Jan. 55; Capt. 31 Jan. 58 ; Major, 

p 2i Mar. 68; Lt. Colonel, 14 Nov. 74- 
Major.— Horace Montagu.* Cornet, p i 3 Feb. 55; Lt. ^19 June 57; ggjg; p 5 Aug. 59; jfg/or, p 5 April 71. 



Captains. 

1"C John Worthy Chaplin 5 

Hubert Plunkett Burke 

William Henry Field 

William Smith Dunbar Abbott 

Edward Henry Green 

Edward Henry Saunders 

Robert Nassau Sutton 

Cyril William Bowdler Bell 



13 Apr. „ 

10 July 551 5 Mar. 58 

17 May 61 p io July 66 

' 6 Mar. 69; p i9 Feb. 70 

14 Oct. 68! p 22 0ct t 70 
' 2 July 61 ! p i4 April 63 
'15 Dec. 69 p 2i June 71 
p 23 Dec. 64 25 June 69 



Lieutenants. 

Arthur Mark Crofton 

Gerrard Auriol de Visme, Adj. 12 Nov. 73.. 

Albemarle Alexander Rawlinson 

George Stanley Williams 

James Davidson 

Edwin James Fell 

Peter Legh Clowes 

David Edward Wood 

John Rupert Robert Lecky 



Sub Lieutenants. 



coknet. 



I captain. 



20 Nov. 6oj p 5 April 64 




p 5 April 64 
p 7 July 69 
to Mar. 75 
24 Mar. 75 
17 Nov. 69 
11 Sept. 75 
28 Oct. 76 



Paymaster.— Henry Duberly, 8 12 Nov. 47; ■£»»• V ^S Sept. 39; Lt. 15 April 42; Son.Mojor, 1 Jan. 60. 

Siding Master.— Frederick Eaton, 12 May 75. 

Quarter Matter.— James William Kelly, 10 15 Nov. 59; Cornet, 31 Aug. 58. 

Medical Officer.— Surgeon David Arno S. Thorburn, MB. Assistant Surgeon, 30 Sept. 64. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Samuel Luis Pallin, 27 Aug. 70. 

Blue.— Agentt, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, St. and Co. 
Seturnedfrom Bengal, 2 May 1864. 
1 Major General de Salis served with the 8th Hussars in Turkey and the Crimea from May 1854 till the peace in 1856, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, the affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm. 
He commanded the Regt. during the last part of the war, including the battle of Tchernaya and the fall of Sebasto- 
pol. Commanded the Cavalry at the expedition and capture of Kertch (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in command of the 8th 
Hussars in Rajpootana and Central India in 1857-59, and was present at the siege and capture of Kotah, re-occupa- 
tion "of Chundaree, battle of Kotahkeserai, capture of Gwalior and of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, actions ofKoorwye, 
Koondrye, and Boordah ; commanded Brigades at Kotah, Sindwaho, and Koorwye ; commanded the troops at Boor- 
dah, aud received the thanks of the Governor General of India (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

* Lt. Colonel Mussenden served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the SthHussars, including the battles of Alma, 
Balakiava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Rajpootana in 1858-59 and 
was present at the capture of Kotah and battle of Kotaria (Medal with Clasp). 

* Major Montagu served with the 8th Hussars the campaigns of 1S58-59 in Rajpootana and Central India and was 
present at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of Gwalior, and 
actions of Koordrye and Hoordah (Medal with Clasp). 

* Captain Chaplin served with the 67th Regt. in the Chinese campaign of i860, was present in the action at Sinho, 
taking of Tonghoo, and storming of the Takoo Fort where he carried the Queen's Colour after Ensign Fraser was 
wounded, crossed the ditch at the head of the Regt., and was severely wounded in planting the Colour on the cava- 
lier at a very early period and before the Fort surrendered (Medal with Clasps, and Victoria Cross). 

» Major Duberly served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, inkeriiian, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in Rajpootana and Central India in 1858-59, including the capture 
of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of Gwalior, actions of Koondrye and 
Boordah [Medal with Clasp). 

"> Quarter Master Kelly served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 4th Hussars, including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol; also present with the Light 
Cavalry Brigade at Eupatoria (Medal with four Clasps, French War Medal, and Turkish Medal). 



utS^aSertSy.] 9th (TI " ''' ' '• E °V al ) Regiment of Lancers. 

The Etoyal Cypher within the Garter. "I'i,'.is-n.i" "i'rwua" " Sobraox" 

" (11ILI.HNWALL4II " "GoOfl 

Colonel.— Sir Archibald Little,' KCB. Cornet, v A (let. 



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April 50; Lt. Colonel, 20 June 54; Colonel, 20 June 57 ; J/.i/or General, 6 March 63 ; Colonel 9th Lancers, 

8 March 7;. 
Lt.Colonel.— Henry Marshall, 5 Cornel, 1 May 55; Lt. 17 Sept. 57; Copt. Pi July 59 ■ J/.i>r, ^n April 68; 

J.t. Colonel, 27 June 74. 
Major.— John Hardy, Corner, ''26 Feb. 58 ; Lt. '13 May 59 ; Capt. P3 Dec. 61 ; Major, P19 Mav 69. 



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William I 

Henry Auifiis'.us Uushinan 

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Ail,- ,/• ' . 

ival Willoughby 



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- p 8 June 70' 15 July 7 6 



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B, nry 1 

Btrange Gould B 1 

.ir.im James Boott Chisholme 

1 - ,ul y 75 
Egremoni 
George Alfred l'enrh.VH Bvam . 

.1 ihn William Tr iwer 
Edward Bowater SI' 1 :.-..- 
Henry Oaetell Bopklm 



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. a Oct. 

r -7 April ; 

13 Juno 



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Charles John Uuinli.ill Beam v 



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VauwuuUr. John " 

Bmhm Mtuttr, John Marsiiaii, .- 7 1 

(Ji/. iW. r '/ 

,)/. (fool ';//''■■ r. Suryfn, M 

Vtterinarj) Bwrgton. -Job 

Hlue / 

' Sir Archibald 
(Medal) Igadier m oomi 

Dilkoosha 

in 1 lounoil, and ( />'. I Soman md 

and pursuit of the Qwallor mutii n le 1 the 

tat Brigade of Cavalry at the siege 01 Lncknow, until • 

1 1,; 1 ilonel Marshall -■ ■ red in the Crimea with thi im tho 

15th Sept. 1855 until April 1856. Also in the Indian mutinj • 
Topee, 

• c.-iptain Abad " serve I in the ^bj - • in campaign wil I 

« Quarter Master Puller served with tl 

; Bobraon (Medal). Puniaub eampai 
ChlUianwallah 

1857-59 and was present at the - 
1 1, ■ aol 1 ins of Bolundshur and A llj jhur, ba 
attack on the Gwalior m md Beraighat, 

capture of Luoknow, attack on Rova F rt, 
and pursuit to Mahomdee, and affair at Eumdakote (Medal with three Clasps). 

' Doctor Iicwer.-F.ir War Soi\ irtment." 



'5* 



10th (The Prince of Wales' Own) Royal Regt. of Hussars. [S^'cSStSbury 



The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Peninsula" "Waterloo" "Sevastopol.' 
Hill Half Colonel — Hi* Royal Hiahnes, Albert Kdward, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, KG. KT. KP. GCB. 



m SI < ulonel.'aXov'sS; General, c> Nov. 62; Field Marshal. 29 May 7s ; C'oJonr/ 10th Hussars, 18 April 63. 
cutenant Colonel.— Lord Ralph Druiy Kerr, Corner, r 24 Nov. 57; ■£*• P *S June 58; Ca;>t. P23 Aug. 61 ; 
Ifq/or, 26 March 73 ; Lt. Colonel, 31" May 76. 



Lieutenant Colonel— Lord Itiilph Druiy Kerr, Corns*, ''24 Nov. 57; •"■ p rS June 58 ; Capt. P23 Aug 

J/a/or, 26 March 73; if. Colonel, 31" May 76. „„.„,, 

Major.— Edward Alexander Wood, Cornet, 16 July 58 ; Lt. P30 Sept. 59 ; Capt. P13 July 67; 3fo/or, 31 May 76 



Captains. 
Thos. James Williams Bulkeley.. 
Bobart Spencer Liddell,Jrf/u'u«< Cacalry 

Depot 

Thomas Astell St. Quintin 

Boyce Albert Combe 1 

Robert C. D'Esterre Spottiswoode 

William Alex. Batttne,' Adjutant War- 



rickthireTeomanry Cavalry (Ensign Ben- ,- 
7.1/ Army 20 Sept. 49 ; Lieut. 9 Mar. 55 ) 
■award llartopp 



Hugh Sutlej Gough 

Walter Yeldham 

Lieutenants. 
Hon. Charles Compton Wm. Cavendish, 

Adjutant 17 May 76 

Manners Charles Wood 

Hon. James Pearse Napier 

UYlby Francis Montrt'sor, Interpreter... 

John Palmer Brabazon » 

Reginald Tuite-Dalton 

William Edward Phillips 

Philip Durham 

Richard Henry Francis Wharton Wilson 5 . 



SUB LIEUTENANTS. 

Edward Temple Rose 

Ralph Bromfield Wellington Fisher 

Bdwaxd Canard 

Edward Master Lipson Inman 

David Stanley William, Lord Ogilvy 




Paymaster. — 

Riding Matter. — Charles Sandes, 6 Sept. 73. 
Quarter Matter. — William King, 2 Nov. 72. 

Medical Officer.— Surgeon Major William Cattell, 6 Surgeon, 12 July 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— William Appleton, 31 Jan. 60; 1st Class, 4 Oct. 73. 
Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 2 June 1856. Embarked for India, 10 January 1873. 

1 Captain Combe served with the 3rd Sind Horse in the Abyssinian campaign, and was present as Orderl^ 
Officer to Colonel Fraser at the action of Arogee, and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

1 Captain Battine served as Adjutant of the 16th Bengal Irregular Cavalry on the Peshawur frontier and was pre- 

Mol in sen nil expeditions against Momunds and Affredie hill tribes in 1854-56 (Medal with Clasp). Served with 

■ Expeditionary Force from Jan. to June 1857, and was present at the bombardment and capture of Mohum- 

I with Clasp). Served in Bengal with Havelook's column, on the Staff of that General, and was present 

111 the actions of Onao, Bussienituuiigc is! and and , Boorbeakechowkee, and Bithnor, and in the several actions 

leading to and ending in the relief ol the Residency of Lnoknow on 25th Sept. 1857; also during the subsequent 

- 1 1 A Q M. General to the force until the final relief by Lord Clyde on 24th Nov. 1857 (Medal with Clasp, 

and ■ year ■ servioi ). 

aiit Brabazon, formerly I.t. and Captain Grenadier Guards, served as a volunteer in the Ashanti war 
in 1874 and was attached to the expedition under Captain Butler to Western Akim, and afterwards to the Transport 

II rved in the Ashanti Campaign in 1873 as Midshipman on board H.M.S. " Rattlesnake," and 
received a slight gunshot wound on the 14th August (Medal). 
• Surgeon Major Cattell.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 



mballa, Bengal. "I 



11th (Prime Albert's Own) Regiment of Hussars. 



epOt, Canterbury. | i»iu ^ nine awon « ww»; ivcgimcui, ui -lauooch o. 153 

"BGTPT" (with I "WvTEBLOO" "BarETPOBK" "ALMA." 

" BkltiXtOTx" "IBTKI :.POL." 

Colonel— Wi ham Neville Custance, I ^^ai.,r, 

v i6 Sept. MM/, 19 Jan. 58 ; Mar. 6S; Colonel nth B 

75- 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Art!. : 1 July 54; Lt. 8 Dec. 54; C.17)/. '3^00.57; Major, 

el, 16 July 73. 
Major.— Albert Peel Garnett, Cornet, * 6 Feb. S7 ; Lt. 5 .Mar. 58 ; Cayt. v n June 59; Brec. Major, 5 July 7; ; 
Mqfor, 17 May 76. ' 



Captaiwb. 



p 2 Apr. 57 ''.-I May 58 ' . 1 

waiter Balfe Oct Aug. 73 

20 July 551*27 Nov. 57. 16 Jan. 66 

4 Jan. 58 J5 Jan. 71 

20 Dec. 64 1 ., 6 epl 

21 Mar. 6 
'■'■■ , Jan. 65 17 May 7'. 



'atcreon Fox 6 
Edward Btirling Bivett-i 7 

- 

Frank Di 

John Donald Hamill Stewart 



Likutexajtts. 
Edward Eardley Crashing '' 7 - N,,v - 

John ' Iharlton Kinchant, ■ 
Eamilton 1 

I 

, .1 

BZildare ft n 1 ■■.-. 



I I ioh 

II i.rv .1 . 

' l.'iiry ) I • 1 r- . 1 % 

Son. Henry Arthur On 



SfD LlBUTKNl.NT". 



30 Doc. 
30 Dec. 

13 Juno 75 
I 1 Deo. 



V ay matter. — John \ ' 

I; ■ \1 ' 

Qpnrur MaiUr. -Edward Frayling, 1 A.] 

Medieal ". 

Veterinary Surgton. -I 'ha. 

India, 35 July 1866. 



irvedlntheC] 1 ttlo of Tchernaya, 

ige and (all 

ar, inoluding the battles of the B 

- 

pore, advance on and capture of the •> Biahwa, 

utia Topee 
1 dia, during v. I ' tolumna 

tanked by I . and frequently menti 

ilonel, and I />' I. 

• Lt.Colonel Annealey Berved with the 1 tho Crimea from 29th July 1855, inoludii •• : 

1 of Bebaatopol (Medal with Claap, and Turkish Medal). 
1 Captain Fox served with 1 tmpaign in 1857-58, and was present in the 1 

<v. 18575 oapture of the hurt . siege and capture of Lucknow 

edal n in. Olasp). 

Captain Rivott-Carnac served in tho Indian mutiny campaign attached to a troop of the 7th Hussars from 
irch to Juno 1858. Served with I luring the ('! ITU present at the 

Lion of Sinho, taking of the Taku I , 1 September, and subsequent operations beforo 

kin. Was extra Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattlc during the actions of the lathAug. and 1 3th Sept. (man- 
ned tn despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Serve. I throughout the Aby-MTiiun Campaign of 186S with tho Trans- 
rt Train, and was present at tho fall of Hagdala (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 



154 



12th (Prince of Wales*) Royal Regiment of Lancers. 



TOn Pasisge to 
L India. 



Years' Scr. 

lull Ililil 

Pa>.,P«>. 



The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Egtpt" (with the Sphinx). "Peninsula" 

"Waterloo" "Sevastopol" " Centiial India." 
Colonel— Edward Pole. 1 Cornel, p 7 July 25; Lt. p i9 Sept. 26; Caj)t. p i8 Nov. 31; Major, p 3o July 44; 

Lt. Colonel, V30 Mar. 47; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 16 Feb. 62; Lieut. General, 25 Oct. 71; 

Colonel 12th Lancers, 1 Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel— John Charles lie Qucsne, 2 Cornet, r 2 g April 56; Lt. 7 July 57; Capt. p j8 July 62; 
I Major, 24 April 72 : Lt. Colonel, 5 June 75. 
jMajor.— John Sprot Tait. Comet. v 8 Ju'v 62 ; Lt. p 3i Jan. 65 ; Capf. f zj June 63 ; Major, 14 June 76. 



"•22 Feb. 

p 30 Aug. 
p 2o June 
p i 4 Oct. 
p 2 4 July 
''30 Jan. 
p 2 Jan. 
p 23 Jan. 



C VI TAINS. 
John Cecil Russell.' Bquerry loII.R.H.\ 

the Prince of Hale, i 

John Beauchnmp Hayes, AJj. Oxjotdtlnre | 

Yeomanry i'avaln/ ) 

p.:e. lion. Henry John Lindlcy Wood,* ) 

Brigade M jor ufCacalry, Curragk ) 

' irtin 

Bon. Walter John Stewart 

John Arthur Philipps Scourfield 

John Frederic Hornby 

Gabriel Roland RuscoinbePoolo 

George Mure Martin 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Edmund Morton Mansel-Pleydell p 8 June 

Charles Edward Beck 

Mi-rvyn Henry Archdalo 

Henry Ashton Case 

George Henry Dean 

Philip Paston Muck 

William Colquboun 

Joseph Henry Banks, Adj. 10 Mar. 75 

Frederick William Benson 

Thomas Alexander Hill 

Henry Denver 

Edward Coope Fulcher 

lion. Alex. Francis Henry Campbell 
Abercromby Anson Craven Nelson .. 
Ernest Henry Godolphin Quicke . .. 



p i8Sept. 6o p i6 Aug 



Sub Lieutenants. 



28 Oct. 71 



26 June 
13 Jan. 



p 1 Sept. 

p 2S May 
p 9 Oct. 
p 9 Oct. 
p 4 Jan. 
7 May 
p 3 Aug. 
p ioAug. 

p 25 Mar. 
3 Aug. 
14 Aug. 
28 Oct. 
30 Dec. 
9 Aug. 
12 Aug. 

28 Oct. 
o April 

26 Mar. 
22 Sept. 
14 Aug. 
.5 J'Hy 
10 Jan. 

29 Nov. 



SUB LIEUT. 



BEBV.MAJ. I 11T.LT.COL. 



p 28May 70 1 April 74 

3 Aug. 72 

1 April 74! 1 April 74. 

11 July 74 | 

3 Oct. 74 

24 Mar. 75 

7 July 75 

p 3 i Oct. 71 

14 June 76I 



1'aymatter.— 

Biding Matter. — 

Quarter Master. — 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Stuart Murray Wilson, 14 July 69. 

Blue — Fading* Scarlet.— Agent's, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 29 December 1876 . 

1 Lieut.General Pole commanded the 1 2th L.\ucers in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal); in General Somerset's 
expedition over the Kei in 1851 he commanded the Cavalry and Artillerj' ; and in 1852 he commanded several Patrols 
and Columns. Served in the Crimea from 9th May 1855, and was present at the capture of Tchorgaun, battle of 
Tchemnya. siege and fall of Sebastopol, and at Eupaturia with the Light Cavalry Brigade (Medal with Clasp, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

1 Lt.Colonel Le Qucsne sen ed with the 12th Lancers in India during the mutiny (Medal). 

* Major J. C. Russell served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874 as Aide de Camp to Sir 
Archibald Alison, and was present at the battle of Axnoaful, the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of M;ij'>r, Medal with Clasp). 

1 Majur \\ m. 11. J. L. wood landed at the Gold Coast on the 30th November 1S73. nnd served as Aide de Camp to 

Sir Garnet Wolee ey throughout the second phase of the Aslianri war. including the capture of Borborassie. battle 

o' Ainoaful, the batile of Uidahsu and capture of Coomassie, after which he was sent home with the despatches 

• 1 in despatches, promoted from Lieutenant in the 10th Hussars to Captain in the 12th Lancers, Brevet of 

Major, Me 1 . ' with I '!&»] j. 



luoknow, Benpal.l 
Depot.Canterbury.J 



13th Regiment of Hussars. 



i55 



Viret in Sternum." " Pejuxsula 



Waterloo " 

LVAsTOPOL.' 
NOT. 18; Lt. 6 Dec. 21 ; Capt. P27 Aug. 



Alma" " Balaklava " " I.ykeruax ' 



Co0 r" e r.' Y t, "'/ p ' t ' l 2 ^ , 6 Dec - 2I : C< *<- P2 7 Aug. 23 i Bf.Jfiyor, 2S June ,„ 

Jf ^ De £ »'. Xt £ to "* p 27June 45 ;CWo»rf, so June 54 i k . April 60; i ; >„(.G»J u / 

25 Aug. 68 ; General, 2 Nov. 75 ; Co/oW Ijt li Hussars, 10 Dec. 68. 

Lieutenant Colonel. -John Miller,* A „„',„,. 8 Not. 4*; Lt. 4 June 45; Ctolrf. a Oct. S5 : Jfu/or, P 4 Aug.6;; 
Bt. Lt.Colonel, ,5 Aug. 68 ; Lt.Colonel, 18 Oct. 73 ; <?ofe*«* 27 May75 

Major .— /».».c. Henry Thos. Butler. J!n*. 2 Mar. 60; Lt. v 27 Maj 



Captaixs. 

Baker Creel Russell, 4 CB 

; George Croft HuddlestOO, Adjutant Mont- 
gomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry 

Arthur Charles Pole 



Capt. P?i Xov. 65 ; Majo r, p i7 All 

f. 11HEV.MAJ 



IIT.LT 1 iM . 



2 Nov. 
p 26 Oct. 



Lpril 74I 



Feb. 60 ' 



5 April 64 
7 Jan. 72 



[Herbert ale Forbes .Gifford. Interpreter ' l\ oSf Jf ',2 jfe 6, 26 

William Henry Brooke Peters '30 Mar 61 »ia \nril 6a 

Klu-nlH .,r. Miunstll "30 N 

Thomas George Cuthell p 



10 ... Athelstane Robert l'ryce. 



LlKUTKNANTS. 

John Kinder Spilling 

William Freeman 

Ernest Richard Hope Torin 

Charles Stuart Wheler '...' 

William Christie (Q St. 8 Aug. 68), Adju 

tant 1 Jan. 7; 

John Vance 

Senrj Frederick Lane .........'...'.'.'. 

Arthur Montagu Brookfl 

itable " ,[ 

Philip Kavanagh Doyne .'.' p,I Mar 

John 11. •■ 1 .. 

Gilbert Lloyd Elliott 

Donald Mac Dougall .............. 

I Bra Lmmumrxa. 

Henry John Hlagrovo 
Robert Bl 
Frederick Stevens Dimond 




65 



60 P 20 Oct. 

65 f 6 July 67 
67 v 8 June 70 



7 July 72 

25 Juno 731 

7 May 70 

7 A Ig. ;• 



p 3 June 6S ' 4 Feb. 

71 23 Oct. 
30 Dec. 

21 Aug. 72 



,1 Jan. Co. 



•'■ 76 

Paymaster.- Luke FitaGerald Bernard, 1 8 Dec43- En,in* i«6 Am- ,, ■ it t \< a 

Riling Barter.— Hsarv Hubbard, ,, May 6, '* ' ' A "~ 41 ' LK -' Mn - V •« : IIu 

Q"<'r>er Matter.-Vrcdcnck Lewis, .■ ; Nov. 72 

Mescal Qfflcer.— Surgeon Ma -hipton," Suraeon 4 March 68 

I 7 ... Prtmnary 5«rjr«w.— 1 . ,' ' >7'«". 4 March 68. 

Blue— Facing. Buff.— Agent,, U | , \ , 

, ~ , T / -'"' - Jan. ,874. 

» ueneral Lawrenson commanded the I7 ti, Lancers in r>, ■ i- 

affitirofj Cavalry 

* n r"' rhc "t 4th and 5 th Dragoon Guards , 8 t , , ?,,,"' '' "'•" vv 

thebaic cb he 

in the i: 



Turkish Medals, and 4 th Class of the U 
*C llonel Miller served with the 10th Re I 



: inded ut 
Cavalry 

165" (-Medal « ;lu ull(( 

**S2F^.7Z&X& -n.in,S4,.and.was r 



where— his three senior officers being killed— he 



pwardsprL^cntwths,.,! 



!5BttS9i!fflS5t^i Sg 



tiny, and Bt Kurnaul 
umnat the battle of Gungaree, 



^toankearespeci^ydueK 



well as to his brave companions 



action and vigi mr m 

St1Sr5ertruo»5«mWh« tt i^ 
operations in Oude and actions of Mohudipore and 

A}Ugungeand Biswa ; also served wtth toe \Ll Field bSSS '■ A 

of ognto Topee (Medal with Clasp). Accom^edSirSet \ . li « '" Pursuit 

special service. Organized the natives I'.nmn - ™nber .S73 on 

Ashanti war of ,873-74. During the repulse -,f He \ <" 'ughout the 

lie commanded the defe .,,.„ .',, 'V !' ,, • i • r ■ ' nikr ''i"l' <■ "'> th ■ ? .i, and 6th November 

Army from the River Prab to the nor.:, of the 

augmented advanced Guard under Colonel mm, i' , ■ ^l,.! iiu-r^ ■■ „ [|lie 

attack and capture of Hec,p,:,h, Advance, Cuanl •,„'..' 5 ,' '. ' .' ','' , ' : Lmoaful, 

between Adwainu and t!.,- i::ve,- D.-dah. >.,:;: krbmb*h. skirmuihes and ambuscade affairs 

despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB .< ' * ptUre oJ °° ' " "S" (-several times mentioned in 

^It^^^J^^^^^^^^ from the 2nd September ,835, including the siege 
• Surgeon Major Shipton.-For War Services see » Medical Department." 



156 



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Full 
Puy. 


11,: 
Paj 


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14 




17 




9 

16 




9 

9 
7 
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6 




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3 
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3 

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3 

4 
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14 
12 
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14th (The Kiiif«) Regiment of Hussars. [ ewiom. 

•' Goojerat " " Peksia " " Central India.' 
1— Tnhn Wilkie > Cornet, * 11 May 38; Lieut. ^29 May 40; Oapt. '17 May 44; itfa/o>-, p «7 W ; 52; 
^?fttoilfto^S47&&J, --S Nov. 54 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68 ; Zi^fenoni General, 6 Oct 76; 

' ,5 WUUam Arbuthnot.' !&«*».. *5 Mar. 56 ; Lt. P3 June 59 ; Capt. "29 Nov. 64 , St. 



Lieutenant Colonel 
Maj 

Major. 



M7jor, ."5 AMf.68 i' Major , '.o Aug. 70; £faltfwa»* 0i» W, 15 June 7,6 
-'---John Hunter Knox, ftwitrt, 30 Mar. 5S ; Xt. p 8 Feb. 6 



Capt p 2 Oct. 66; Major, 15 June 76. 



Captains. 

p s c. Francis Shirley Russell, 6 Instructor ) 

Royal Military College -•.-■••» •' 

t c Alan Coulston Gardner (Lieut, lioyal | 
Bombay Artillery, 8 June 60). Adjutant V 
Derbyshire Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

William Bell McTaggart 

James Dennis 

Henry L'Estrange Malone 

James Kentish 

Thomas Horsfall Heaton Garrett 

Thomas Edward Stopford Hickman 

Richard Garth 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Son. Hugh George Gough, Adj.23 Oct. 75 

Augustus John English 

Christopher DevonsherVilliers Tuthill 

John Shaw Heron-Maxwell 

Charles Frederick Lindsell 

Gerald Craven Ricardo 

William Edward Stokes 

William Loekhart M'Call 

Richard Owen 

Charles Cecil Percy Stoughton 



Sub Lieutenants. 

William Henry Burn 

Arthur Charles King *. 

Gilbert Henry Claude Hamilton 

Guy St. Maur Palmes 

Charle6 Edward Skyring-Hemery. 



p 6 Feb. 63 P23 Aug. 64 

P27 July 66 'is Dec. 69 

P13 June 68 p 7 May 70 
p 5 Mar. 61 12 Oct. 68 
P22 Aug. 68 p 7 May 70 



P27 June 


68 


p io Aug. 70 


p. 3 July 


70 


p 4 Feb. 7; 


P22 Dec. 


63 


p 7 Nov. 68 


p 4 Feb. 


71 


P27 Oct. 71 


28 Oct. 


7i 


28 Oct. 71 
30 Dec. 73 
28 Feb. 74 
3 July 74 
24 July 74 
23 April 75 

11 Dec. 72 

28 Feb. 74 

12 Nov. 73 

29 Nov. 76 


SUB LIEUT. 


12 Nov. 73 






21 Sept. 74 






1 Sept. 75 






12 Nov. 73 






6 Oct. 75 



Pi 3 June 68 
21 Aug. 72 

30 April 73 

10 June 74 

31 Dec. 74 
18 Sept. 75 
24 Feb. 76 
26 Aug. 76 

11 Oct. 76 



April 74 



Blue.— Agents 



Paymaster.— Edward Henry O'Dowd, 18 Dec. 63 ; Son. Captain, 18 Dec. 68. 

Riding Master. — James Harran, 8 1 Dec. 65. 

Quarter Master.— George Ferris Rumsey, 12 July 71 ; Cornet, 17 Mar. 69. 

Medical Officer.— Surgeon Major A. C. Gaye, 12 Feb. 75. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Frederick Fitzhugh Marshall, 22 June 60 ; is* Class, 5 Jan. 76. 

Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. & Co. 
Embarked for India, 4 January 1876. 
1 Lieut General Wilkie commanded the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the 17th April 1855, includ- 
ing the capture of Tchorgaun, battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of 
the Mcdjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

« Lt Colonel Arbnthnot served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign in 1857-38, including the siege and 
capture of Lucknow and Borne of the minor affaire of the campaign (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian 
campaign as Aide de Camp and Assistant Military Secretary to Lord Napier, and was present at the capture of 
Magdala (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

. isell served in the Ashanti war from the 17th December 1873 ; was attached to Wood's regiment, 
■ad commanded the pott of Accrofoomn on the line of con mnnication (Urc et of Major, Medal with Casp). 

• Riding Master Harran served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 4th Dragoon Guards, including the 1 
of Balaklava, Inkcnnan, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



Be&^S?-] 15th {The King'*) Regiment of Hussars. 

\. ir. aw. The Crest of England within the Garter. Merebimur. "Emsiiokf" " Egmoxt-op-Zbb" " 

Cocche" "Sahagun" "Vittoria" " Peninsula" "Watebloo." 
Pay_ Pay. Colonel.— George William Key, Cornet, 's Joly 3' ; Lt - ? 5 Aug. 33; dipt. p i6 Sept. 37 ; " 

j Lt. Colonel, 9 Feb. 47; Colonel, . «• General, 6 Feb. 62; Lieut. General, 

o .„, Colonel 15th Hussars, 19 Nov. 71. 

- 'n Lieutenant Colonel. -John Edward Swindley, 1 Entign, 15 Jan. 47; Z?. 22 Dec. 50; Capt. 5 Mar. 
; '31 Dec. 61 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 1 | J Jan. 74. 

'• Major. — Fran'- ry. Cornet, p 8 Oct. 61 ; Lt. p 20 Sept. 64 ; Capt. p i3 June 68 ; Major, 



157 

VlLLTERS EX 



p i4 Juno 42J 
30 July 71 ; 



24 June 76. 



1 UTU.V. BBEV.VAJ. 



George Luck p i6 April 58 p 2o Dec. 59 p . 

a G^^i A Ma^^.!°..^.Z ! "- *»■ 4 3 Apri. 69 



William White p 

Frederick Henry Beck .... 

Henry Hall 

John Bullen Syrm - 

George Digby Filmer Sulivan 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Alfred Smirke 

Arthur Qambier Holland 

Arthur Thomson Middleton.-^i/. 28 April 75 

(Veil Pranois Johnstone Douglas 

John Henry Sewell 

George Allen Webbe 

Edward Dermot Hamilton Daly 

Walter Joseph Burke 

Moubray Allfrey 

Robert i; onion Sharman-Crawford 

Henry Lawrence Daly 



Bub [in 
Unod Ernest Bl id 1 

Hon. ttnpi rtL 
Bon, Art b 



Apr.' 

- Jan. 75 

i'. Mar 

.luno 75 
28 Oct. 71 24 June 76 




Paymaster. — Roger Bheehy, 1 \l:iv 
Biding Matter — David Noble Smith, 



; Honor \ 
B 72. 

Ovarii r Vatfer.— William 

Medina! Officer. — S 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Charles Whitney Gdlard, .• . Sept. 71." 



Blue.— Agenti 
Emh 1 169. 

1 Lt. Colonel Bwindley served with the t'atfa Lanoere in the Kafflr wnr of 1 
the Berea Usotn Ba 

Eapatoriaunder General D'Allonville, and 00m 
and Turkish ti Indian campaign of i . , ■■■ including the 

action ... 

1 Captain Langti erved with the 1 B, and was pi 

rter M 1 ter B 
of 1848 Served with, th . Including the 1 

and actions of the 17th iSth and 20th Oct. 1858, and subsequent pursuit I 



i 5 S 



16th (The Queen's) Regiment of Lancers. [on passage Home. 



The Royal Cypher within the Garter. Aut Cursu, aut Continue armis. "Taiavbba 
: " Svlamasca" "Vittobia" "Nive" " Pksixsvla " "Waterloo" " Bhuetpobe 
=-= =~ " Ghumm " "Mahabajpobe" "Aliwal" "Sobraon." 

P»t. Pay. Colonel— e\3 Bon. Sir Edward Cust,' Bart. KCH. Cornrt, 15 Mar. 10; Lt. p 2 7 Dec. 10^ Capt. p g Dec. 
I 'a* Oct. 91 j Lt. Colonel, r i6 Dec. 26; Colonel, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major General, 

14 Ma v 59; General, 12 Jan. 66; Colonel 16th Lancers, 9 April 59. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Clement Wilkinson, 2 £n«y», 15 Feb. 56; Lt. p 5 Aug. 59; Capt.^22 Sept. 63; 

Major, p i3 Julv 70; Lt. Colonel, 3 July 72. 
Major.— Robert Whipham, 3 Cornef, 6 June S 4 ; X*. 8 Dec. 54; Cap*, w Sept. 56; Bt.Major, 5 July 72; 
Major, 16 Aug. 73. . 



'Fuentbs d'Onor' 
"Affghaitistan" 



Maj. 
Nov. 51; Lieut. General, 



James Goldie 4 '14 July 54 p i5 Jan. 56 p 2 i Feb. 60 

Richard William Rcnshaw p i6 Aug. 57 p io Sept. 58 p 3o Mar. 60 

Robert Thirkill Maillard p i 2 Mar. 61 p 3 Oct. 62! 26 Nov. 68 

Henry Aupustin Robinson I 30 Dec. 59 p 24 June 62 p 1 April 68 

William Edward Shaw 3 1 24 Feb. 57 5 Mar. 58 p 2 Oct. 66 

D ram^ra1!nm nd . e ^ G ™ ha ! n .. CUnning :I| P2oFeb - ^SOct. 6 4 16 Aug. 73 

Thomas Davison p SJune 67 p 3: July 69 7 Aug. 75 



Captains 



COBXET. 



I CAPTAIX. 



BBEV.MAJ. 



5 July 72 
S July 72 



LlEUTENAWTS. 

William Rose Wvnter p 2 Feb. 

William Noel Hill r 9 May 

William Barker, Adjutant 12 June 69 ' 6 Nov. 

Henry Graham p 14 July 

Edward Oliver M*G usland p 10 Nov. 

John Mews Bvetw P22 Mar. 

Edward Cbadwick IP25 Sept 

Alexander William Dennistown Campbell ' 

Christopher Richard Taaffe 

James Melville Babington 

Henry Richard Lloyd Howard 

Frederick Gordon Blair 

Henry Leyccster Aylmer 6 25 Sept. 69 

Eustace Reginald Maudslay 



64 p ;i Aug. 69 

65 p i 3 July 70 
67 22 Mar. 71 
69 p io June 71 
69 ; 28 Oct. 71 
71 1 28 Oct. 71 
69 p 28 June 71 

] 30 Dec. 71 
I 3 Aup. 73 
6 Sept. 73 
23 Mar. 74 
26 Mar. 74 
28 Oct. 71 
20 Nov. 75 



SUB LIEUT. 



BT.LT.COE. 



Sub Lieutenants. 

Rowland John Beech 1 6 Oct. 75 

Pat/matter.— William Henry Buttanshaw, 23 June 63; Son. Captain, 23 June 68. 

Ruling Matter.— John Perry, 6 Dee. 73. 

Quarter Matter.— John O'Donnell, 27 Feb. 75. 

Medical Officer.— Surgeon Major Charles Alexander Innes, 9 MD. Surgeon, 4 Mar. 68. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Charles Steel, 11 Oct. 55 ; ut Clast, 21 Aug. 67. 

Scarlet— Facing Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returning from India; due about yth January 1877. 

1 Sir FMwnrd Cast joined the Duke of Wellington's Army prior to the advance from Portugal in 1811, and con- 
tinued with it up to the cantonments on the Adour in 1813, having been present with the 16th Light Drapoons at the 
battle of Fuentcs d'Onor, nnd with the 14th Drapoons at the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, 
and Nive. investment of Ciudad Rodripo, siege of Badajoz, and generally in all the affairs of that period, until he 
quitted the Duke's Army on promotion. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. Sir Edward is the 
author of the " Annals of the Wars of the 18th and 19th centuries," an invaluable standard work to the student of 
Military History. 

* LfcOolonel Wilkinson served with the 95th Rcpriment in the Indian campaign of 1S58, and was present at the siepe 
and capture of Awah, siepe assault and capture of Kotah, battle of Kotakeserai, peneral action resulting in the 
capture of Qwalior, assaull and capture <>f Bowa, siege and capture of Pourec, battle of Beejapore, and affair of 



(Medal with Clasp). 

rvea with the 42nd Highlanders 



id at 



the Crimea from 2nd Dec. iS;4, including the expedition 
ault of the outworks on iSth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 



tM Kertch, siege and full of Bebastopol, 

* Major QoldiS served with the gth Lancers throuphnut the suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, includ- 
inp the battle of Budlekeeerai, siege operations assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuhur and Ally- 
phur. battle of Apia, affair of ECanonge, relief of Eiucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, action at 
Mraighat, action al Bhumshabad (in command of a Squadron), siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer cam- 
paipn in< a 'I and actions of Bhodamow and Allyghur, capture of Bareilly, action at Slmhjehanpore 

• to Mabomdee, paaaage of the Qogra al Fyzabnil ami a Hair at Kumdakoti (Medal with clasp--).' 

I i£ the lath Lane r» during the Indian mutiny campaipu in 18^8-50 with the Saugor and 

Nerbudda Pield P< r ■<■ under General Whitlock (Medal). Abo commanded :i Squadron ofthe ;th Hussars with the 

I rce in 181 1 under Brigadier General Shipley. 

• lylmer served in the Aahnnti war fri mthe 30th November 1873; commando! the Cape Coast Volunteers 

■ 1 the advanced guard under Major Furze durinp the uuneh lotlie Prnh; and afterwards 

comn -ut ioTis (Medal with Clasp). 

[nnea.— 70T \\ .. " Medical Dcnfirtment." 



Aidershot] 17th (Duke of Gambridg '-■ Own) Lancers. 159 

"Death'* Head," with the Motto, " Or Qlory." — "Alka" " Hu.aki.iva" " Inkehhv" "Sktabtopoi." 

S( r Colonel in Chief. Fit- M Mar-Lai Hit Royal Uiyhneu George W. F. C, Duke of Cambridge, KG. KP. GCB . 



<;< U&., .. .11111676. 

[!;'." Colonel.— Julm Charles Hope Gibsone, 1 Comet, p 8 Oct. 30; Lt. p i V nor, v 2=, 

— — Feb. 45; Lt.Colonel, '3 Sept. 47; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Jlii/or Gfncra/, 28 June 62; Lieut. General, -25 Oct. 

71 ; Colonel 17th Lancers, 22 Sept. 75. 
"'12 Lieutenant Colonel.— Drury Curzon Drury Lowe, 2 Cornet, p 28 July 54; Lt. 7 Nov. 54; Cup/. p o Nov. 56; 
'.' r, j, i 1 .lune 62 ; Lt.Colonel, p i$ June 66; Colonel, 15. June 71. 
Majors.—//..*' .' j Nov. 55; Lt. p n Sept. 57; Copt. P I» 

June 62 j Major, 1 2 Aug. 74. 
p.s.c. Samuel Boulderson,' Comet, 20 Nov. 56 ; Z<. 23 Jan. 57; Capr. 17 Nov. 63; Major, S March 76. 



Captahts. 

Frederick William lilumberg 

Stanley Yoatman Clark 

Jemmett Charles Duke 

Thomas Arthur Cooke 

Starling Mens Benson 

Ernest A 1 

James Fane Alexander 



I NAXTS. 

1. John Pleydel) liouverie 

John Brov 

William Ti ill-Davies 



Charles Evelyn Arkwright 

Percy Wormald 

.iiiim Montague Russell 

George Augustus Wood 

Mortimer Graham Neeld 

Serbert 1 Sharles Jenkins 

Charles llotham Purvis 

ileiir;.- Fortescuo 






f ir July I J 
p i6May 62 
•■20 Oct. 65 
p 2o April 66 
"'.•7 .Inly 66 
p 2oFeb. 67 



"27 Feb. 
p :3 June 



31 Oct. 



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V, Mar. 66 p 3 oOct. 69 

.luly 69 

9. July 6s p 2o July 7" 

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''24 April 

"23 June 69 S March I 



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III5AXTS. 



Pat/mutter. — 

Riding Matter, Richard Benry Boyle,' 93 April 61. 

Quarii r MatU r. "> \ r John Bi n 

Medical ", 1 ' ■ Alexander Campbell M'Tavish, Bwrgt 

I m, James Lambert, is », a Sept. 68. 



April 74. 



Faoingi White.- I 

1 ^65. 
al Gibsone served throughout the Kaffir war of 1846 ■ cession 

in which the! ad he had the command of and led thi 

the decisive affair of th red and utterly 

broken, leaving upwards of 400 dead on tills field, on which 00 t in the 

public .1. ■ • lal). 

'Colonel Drurj Lowe In the Crimea from 1 8 th June 18 , Including the battle of the 

Tchej Debastopol (Me. lal uiih Clasp, and Turkish M 

1858-59, moluding purse 

1 with the 171I1 Lancers in in 1 ■■.,. , 7 th 

i Staff! >fflCl rtol he md Cavalry Coin 
'■ Major B luldere m aorved during I he 1 
Lind's Mooltanee Hor e; this Regimenl was : 
i lude '■> 

■ i.icui . Brow o -'Ti ed n 11 ii 1 he [7th L 
Bulganah and 
Biege and fall of Sevastopol (Med trkiBb Medal). - 

mpaign of i8j 1 ., the 

[nkerman, and Toherni 

Turkish U 

1,1 Quarter U 1 

Alma, Balaklava (hoi pol (Medal wil 

1 Turkish Medal). Served In the Central India campaign of 1S58-S9. 



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18th Regiment of Hussars. [coichester. 

"Peninsula." " Waterloo." 
Colonel— Sir Thomas Wcstropp M'Mahon,' Bart. CB. Cornet, 24 Dec. 29 ; Lt. p 2 Dec. 31 ; Capt. p 9 June 38 
Major, p i 3 July 47 ; Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54 ; Colonel, 12 Dec. 57 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68; Colonel 18th 

Lieutenant' Colonel— Christopher Barton, Cornet, 16 May 56; Lt. 15 Sept. 57; Capt. p 3 Feb. 60 ; Major, p i4 
Aug. 67; Lt. Colonel. 1 April 76. T _ .,, __ , „. ,.. . _., 

Major-Thomas Phillips, Corner, p 2 6 Sept. 56; £*■ 26 Mar - 58; Capt. p 2 4 May 61 ; Bt.Magor, 11 July 74; 
Major, 1 April 76. 



Captains. 

Harold Esdaile Malet 

John Lorn Stewart, Adj. Ayrshir 

manry Cavalry 

John Groves, Superintendent of Oy 

at Canterbury MM Maidstone 

Francis Anthony Strickland Mannock 



:1 



Oct 59 p i8 Dec. 60 

.Feb. 55 p 3 Feb. 56 

.May 6i] p i9Dec. 62 

17 Oct. 57! p 5 Nov 



. harks Hooper "24 June 62! p 4 Dec. 63 

Edward Parry Okcden p i 9 April 6 4l p i 5 Feb. 68 

James Stuart p 26 April 64 p 2i Mar. 68 

Harry William Parker p i60ct. 6 7 p i2May 69 

David Bi vce Burn j p 8 May 6 7 , p i4 0ct. 68 



BKEV. MAJ. 



1 Mar. 64' 

2 Sept. 62J 21 Nov. 76 



p 7 Nov. 68 

12 Feb. 75 : 

April 75' 



Lieutenants. | 

Richard Knox, Adj. 22 Aug. 72 p i6 Oct. 67: 28 Oct. 

William K.lward Bolton p 6 Nov. 6 7l 28 Oct. 



Montagu Maale Slade 

Charles Henry Simpson 

Charles Osborne Gould 

Hernhard Prvsdale Moller 

William Pochin Warner 

Qeorge Henry Thomas Van Notten Pole. 

Richard Hobart Morrison 

Francis Dale Tagart 



Sub Lieutenants. 

William Henry Biggs 

Frederick Tremayne Miles 

George William Frisby 

Francis John Paul Butler 




19 Jan. 76, 
1 April 76J 
1 April 75! 



1 Sir Thomas M'Mahon served with 
the 9th Lancers in the Sutlej cam- 
71 paign in 1848, and was present at the 
28 Oct. 71 j battle of Sobraon (Medal). Served 
p 9 Feb. 70 the Eastern campaign of 1854 as 

8 May 73! Assistant Quarter Master General to 

9 Aug. 73 the Cavalry Division, including the 
21 Dec. 74 battles ot the Alma, Balaklava, and 
13 June 74 Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol 

2 Dec. 74 served also the campaign of 1855 in 
{command of the 5th Dragoon Guards 
-I (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Sar- 
sub lieut. jdinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
1 Jan. 73 Class of the Medjidie). 
11 Feb. 75 1 
11 Feb. 75! 
6 Oct. 75 1 



Paymaster.— Loftus Cassidy, 1 30 June 54; Ens. f g Nov. 38; Lt. 11 June 41 ; Capt. 6 June 54; 

Riding Matter.— Jacob Hodgins, 22 April 71. 

Quarter Matter. — Jacob Merrill, 5 3 Feb. 75. 

Medical Officer.— Surgeon Major Frederick Beaufort Scott, MD. 8 28 April 76. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — John Mills, 8 July 59 ; 1st Class, 19 Feb. 70. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from Lndia, 18 January 1876. 



. June 64. 
n. Major, 



1 Captain Mannock served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, and commanded a 
Troop composing the outpost on the Bashilo river under Lt.Colonel Miller during the storm and capture of 
Magdala (Metal). 

♦ Major Oaasidy served in Oude and on the Nepaul frontier in 1S58-59 (Medal). 

'Quarter Muster Merrill served with the Central India Field Force in 1858, under Sir Hugh Rose, and was present 
at the action of Koonch, battle of Gallowlie, advance on and capturo of Calpee, capture of Morar Cantonments, 
recapture of the town and fortress of Gwalior. Was present with a flying column in Bundlecund from August 
1858 to March 1859 (Medal with Clasp). 

» Doctor Scott.— For War Services see "Modical Department." 



19th Regiment of Hussars. 



161 



Si, 1 ^rd.] 

Pay.gay. The Elephant— "Assayb" " Xiagaba." 

Colonel.— John Yorke,' f '7?. Cornet,*™ Dec. 32; i/. p s Dec. 34; C«P*. ' ■ .''4 Sept. 49 ; U. Colonel, 

''ll'Vli. 53; < ,■','-■, Mfo7, 1 7. 1 ime 66; Lt. Genera' B May 7a. 

38 ■- lieutenant Colonel. — Charles Vanbrugh Jenku Jan. 39; £'. 1 Jan. 44 ; C',ij<r. 31 Jan. 52; Major, 

1 July ^7; Lt. Colonel, 1 Jan. 62; Colonel, 1 Jan. 67. 
29 I ... Major . , ( 'raigie, 3 Cornet, 20 Aug. 48 ; it. 11 Sept. 51 ; C</;>f. 2 j Nov. 56 ; Major, 23 April 63 ; 

I Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Ma 



CiPT' 

Richard Talbot I 

Kendall Josiah William Coghill,' Adj. 

Laaarkihire Yeomanry Cavalry 

jCharles Hay Fairlie' 

Arthuri: 

John Biddulph, 10 Aide it Camp to the] 

j Viceroy I I 

Edwin Wilson Gresham Williarj 



I School t 

Henry \\ 

William La •:;.', 

•IMV 

James M 

Clement Bra ,; . 
Henry Eds 

Oharlee Edward War 1 

Alexander Mitchell Taylor 
John Dentos Pinkst me French 

John Compton Hanford-Fl 1 

Charles B1 
Henry Murray \ 
Dudley Etii 
Hugh O'Co 

Manner Wi ight 



20 Oct. 55 

26 Feb. 51 

4 Dec. 55 
20 Dec. 56 

20 Jan. 58 

8 June 60 

5 July 68 

7 July 69 

«■ 3 Jan. 65 



Si B 

Herbert I i- 



LIEUT. 1 LfXAIM. 



17 Sept. 5 13 July 76 

12 Sept. 56 30 July 62 23 July 76 

1 Oct. 5J 

to Mar. 

i3 May 58 1 Nov. 71 

1 ; Nov. I 

ran. 75 

.•8 June 

71 
.-: Oot. 71 

74 

13 June 74 



MAJ. BT.I.T.LOL. 












■ ■ 
" . 

■ring a 

etachmei 

-ian under 1. 



-■i '" 

Ei • 1 to 
; QuatUr Master John w 

to ' Qff U ,,, Burland," M 

10 ... 1 

liiu. ig ' /•'. and Co, 

' Lieut. General Yorke commanded 
Bebastopol, a d tnded at the battle of Balakla 

ipporting the Light CaValry ch 

Mian and Turkish Medals, and 4 tb Cle 
vn. lent ■_■ . the Crimea, ai 

■ if the Etegimi at, ini id 
under b 

■ Colonel Jei 

forcing of the 

. 
• g the battle of Maharajpore 1 Bronze star). Sutlej campaign \ Medal). 

Punjaub camps . ii'iiimnwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two < 

•Lt.Ool.Cra Bengal Light Cavalry in the Pui ■mat the 

battle of Goojerat (Medal with Clasp), is Captain raised and comn ander 

FtheNVW Provinces from May 1857 to Jan. i ;8, during thi 1 (Medal). 

* Major stap -•■ and capture 

ofKotah. Served aa second in coi Bd of the Be: i on the Nepaul 

front ier (Medal wit b Cla 1 adia). 

1 Captain Coghill bcv 

1 8S7-5K, B 

siege of E storming of the breach Caahmi of the 

city. Served FtheFortaof R< ioknugur,and 

Bullumbghur. Also pi 

7 Capta 1] ound district with the Column under C Medal). 

ptain Webster served with Lind 1 >.• dunnir the Indian mutin; 7-58, and was 

present at Cakraole, perations before and capture of Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, and capture of Mohundi e (Medal). 
Received 1 ' 

10 Captain Biddulph aei 1 onofDoundea- 

• the Raptee ('•■' 

^MajorXwi • bhe Highland Transport Train of the Abysainian Expedil 

Force ; commanded Baggage Mules of the and Brigadi ' on the south bank of the Baahilo rrver 1 

10th April ; was Transport Train Staff Officer I at the capture • •: Magdala; mentioned in 

despatch; also" Led for extent an 1 I Train; and 

mentioned in Bir Robert v.; 'a despatch : special 

notice" (Brevet of Major, and Mi 

12 Liout. Eyna ad Dragoon Guards in the Ind .andwas 

present a , ation of Fyzabad and Trarj G 

1 Pyzabad, and the affa 1 le (Medal with I 

l * Major Currie was preaent during tl b rune 1857, and sul ■• 1 id in the Fort 

Of Allahabad (Medal), 

17 Surgeon Major Burland.— For Professional and War Services see'* Medical 1 



f t2 



jSz 20th Regiment of Hussars. 

" PENINSULA." 



fBrighto 



Lieiir. General, 15 

7 Oct. 46 ; Capt. 23 Nov. 56 ; Major, 
Lt. 10 Aug. 50; C<y>«. 23 Nov.56 ; Major, 7 Dec. 67; Brevet Lieu- 



July 64 ; 
Lt. 



Lt. Colonel, >'$ Mar. 50; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; ifo/or General, 

20th Hussars, ;; Nov. 70. 
,5 Lieutenant Colonel— Charles M'Clintock Cotton, 2 Cornet, 3 Mar. 42; 

»Mar. 67; Lt. Colonel, 30 April 73. 
29 Majors— Robert Alexander, 3 Cornet, 20 Dec. 

v vlmcr Wm. Jonn Montgomerie,' (Wt, 4 Oct. 53 i Lt. 12 July 5 6; 0**. 28 Mar. 60 ; Bt.Major, 5 July 7 * ; 
Major. 30 April 73. 

Captains 

j 3 jJohn Cutts Lock-wood * 

23 Henry Alexander Watford* 



LIEUT. 



-Jan. 54 31 Dec. 54' 
. Sept. 54 23 Nov. 5 6 



20 Frederic Chencvix-Trench* 20 Jan, 

it Cecil Mangles 20 Feb. 

16 George Manners Onslow 20 May 

, 7 David Oarrutben liudd 8 June 

Wm. Adolphus FitzGeorge P15 Jan. 

11 Uenjamin Watson Blake 16 Oct. 66 ! 17 Jan. 70 

LIEUTENANTS. 

William ( 'hetwode Lloyd, at, Waff College u Dec. 66 2 Aug. 71 

Charles WOloughby HemanS isMay 67! 28 Oct. 71 

10 iJohn Thomas Browne 13 July 67 1 28 Oct. 71 

g Honoe Hilton Perkin, 9 Ailjutant 31 Aug. 69 ... 25 April 68 28 Oct. 71 

a Henrv Augustus Wetherall 2 Sept. 68 28 Oct. 71 



CAPTAIN. 

15 Nov. 64 
9 Mar. 67 
7 Dec. 67 



30 April _ 

16 Oct. 66' 1 Feb. 73 

13 Nov. 66j 30 April 73 

9 Mar. 67 1 28 May 73 

P18 Dec. 63 p 9 April 70 



b Francis John Graves 23 Jan. 

i> William John Irwin ' 23 Jan. 

4 Thomas Barnes Weston 1 

4 Ascanius William Nevill Thomas 

4 Edward Reginald Courtenay 

4 Lewi* Kdmoinl Gurney 

4 John Eustace Jameson I 

3 Richard John Krskine Oliver 

2 Stair Hathorn Johnston Stewart 



13 Sept. 74 



BBBV.MAJ. BT.LT.COL. 



Sub Lieutenants. 



:8 Oct. 

28 Oct. 

23 April 73 1 

9 Aug. 73 1 

9 Aug. 73 

11 Dec. 73' 

S May 73 

2 Dec. 74 

11 Feb. 75: 



SCB LIEUT. 



[Captain, 16 Dec. 61. 
2 Aug. 67 ; Biding Matter, 5 March 49; Lieut. 7 April 56 ; 



2S P.n,ma*ter.— Charles Loder." 12 Aug. 67; Hon. Captai 
10 Biding Matter.— Frederick Moore, 20 July 67. 

iritr Kawter.— Chadwick Thomson, 8 June 72. 
Medical Officer.— Surgeon Major William Ffolliott, 28 April 76. 
6 Veterinary Surgeon.— William Pallin, 14 Jan. 71. 

B\uc— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Beturned from India, 20 Dec 



.S72 



I Lieut. General M. W. Smith was appointed to the Turkish Contingent with local rank of Major General ia 
1855 and subsequently to the command of the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry, and obtained the Turkish rank of 
Lieut. General (and Class of the Medjidie). Commanded a Brigade during the Central Indian campaign ; com- 
apture of Chandairee in May 1S58, also at the actions between Kota-ka-Serai and Gwalior 011 
commanded a Brigade in the action of the 19th June, resulting in the capture of the city and fortress 
cl - Otralio 1 and capture ofPowree; commanded at the Bnrpriae of the rebel camp at Koondry, 

Bjioinpoi Sao Sahib ( .Medal with Clasp andCB., frequently mentioned in despatches). 

campaign of 1843-44, including the battle of Maharajpore (Bronze Star). 
ttached to the 7th Hussars at the siege and capture of Lucknow in March 1858 and sub- 
sequent operations 111 (Hide (Medal with Clasp). 

rved throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny, with the Guide Cavalry at the 
! eapturc of Delhi, and with the ist Bikh Cavalry at theAlumbagh under Out- 
na Mareh 1858, Biege and capture of Lucknow (slightly wuuinled), subsequent operations 
,., t tude, and affair of Simree (Medal with two Clasps). 

ton during the Indian mutiny in 1857 (Medal). Was 
■ Marshal during the operation- i.n the F.usotVaic front ie i- in April and May 1S58 (mentioned in 
inst the llindostaneo fanatics at Sattauah (Medal with Clasp). 

i with the Nagpore Lrregular Cavalry in 1858, for which service he received the thanks of 

snppressionof flie Indian mutiny in 1858-59 (Medal). 

Bgi and capture of Delhi, and nithHodson's Horse in the engage- 

e,a and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps) . 

1 , 1 , oons at the Siege Ol Bhurtpore in 1826 (Medal 

aJ cavalry throe paign in Bind in 1843, including the battles 

eistBi ' <'■■ Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was 

Also in the Pun aof 1848 49, including the action of Ram- 

ittlesol Chillianwallal bsequent pursuit of the Sikhs and AUghans (Medal with 

Perkin was presenl with the 6th Dragoon Guards a< Meerut at the outbreak of the Indian mutiny on the 
v y 1857, and m the subsequent operations in 1857-58 (Medal). 



[ioun»iow.j 21st Regiment of Hussars. 163 

Colonel.— William Parlby, 1 Comet, '3 Oct. 16; LI. 5 May 24; Capt. p i<) Sept. »6; /■" U 

■ ,<<■/, ''30 Jan. 4' ; I 654; Major Genera!, 17 July 60; It. General, 21 March 69; 

General, 22 Ma.. >'''■ 65. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— U'.ilorick E | Jan. 40; Lt. pt. 6 Sept. 51 

lit. Major, 16 July 62 ; Major, 30 July 62 ; K.< Www ', 4 March 68 ; Colonel, 4 Mar. 73. 
Major.— Charles Powlett Laic. ' | . tt. Ma ; Bt.Major, 20 July 58 

Bt.Lt.Colonel, 25 Mar. ' 1; Jfo/'or, , April 70. 



Captautb. 
Edward Baldwin Wake 

I'anpi'.iar Ka.ve 5 

.\* },nMnlhwHu\<Uv, r >A**i*tantSurgeon,-) June 53 
Frederick Brooe Prin8ep,«.AVl/ttfoii*i Wt • 

Yeomanry Cavalry l 

Arthur Henry Ta 

Eerbert Cromwell Collier,' Eniigm Bombay] 

Army, z; Feb. 51 ) 

KrCharlee Edward Prederick, Bar*. 
Son, lie ■ ton 

Joseph William Minchin Cotton 



1 OBHl 1 



LIEUT. 



< imn: 



HKKV.MU. iit.lt. COL 



20 Oct. 

20 April 
4 Nov. 

15 Jan. 
" 2 July 
u .'i June 

20 Dec. 



1 j July 
. 29 July 
57 5 Feb. s3 26 July I 

57 18 May 58 1-, Mar. 

58 5 Feb. 59 2 Oct. 70 
58 > 5 Aug. 59 , 5 Jan. 

61 p iSo _• 71 

63 * 6 Nov. 67 29 Oct. 



LlKCTKNMNTs. 
Arthur Purvis Loyd, Adjutant 1 

James Edward Citson 

Arthur Tl 

Rowland 11 ill Martin 

ck Hutchinson Ilaynes 

William WOkea Onett 

Willoughby Lnverarity 

■ Ellis 

John MoDougall 



I Veil Ed IX .' I 



4. 1 uly 
p i4 July 



Bl a 1. 11 I'TI H LVTB. 

Walter George Orole Wyndham 




60 






6s 


.4 Oct. 


68 


66 




68 


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60 


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28 Oct. 


-1 


60 


28 Oct. 


7' 


69 


28 Oct. 


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69 


28 Oot. 




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,1 Feb. 





• I, ,■ John Kelly, t< 1 1 

I 

Bl ■ 

tr 1873. 

1 General Parlby immanded the ' 1 
and received 1 lie appi ival f I 
Egypl 1 

\ pril, mi 
. - trdinian and 1 
of the Mi d 

onel MaoLeod terved the Gwalior campaign, inoluding the action of Ma 
Sntlej cai oding the bal led il and two < p : 

1 Lt.Colonel Lane served in the Punjaub campaign of i8j 19, including the | 
nuggur, and battles of Chillianwallali In 1858, 

includirj 
Medal n ith Cla 

1 Major Caye served in the Indian mutiny c 
our guns at Jullundur, and Bubaecnienl India in pursuit 

. if Tani 1:1 'I'i.iht, Fi-rn Shah, and the afikii at 

Falun (Medal). 

» Major Biddle Berved with impaign in 1857, and was present at the actions on the 

ELindun, battle of Budlee ke Serai and eluding 

the action of the 19th June, attack on the Subji d attack and assault of Delhi. Berved with 

Hussar rwye and Nabarghur (Medal 

with two 1 Hasps). 
8 Captain Prmsep served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, including the actions at Amorah, Domnoura- 
and Philga (Medal). 

ptain Colher served in the Bombay Army from 1851 to 1858 prior to obtaining a Cornetcy in the Sth Hussars, 
and served on the Staff in the Persian campaign in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 



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2 p.t.e. Nieolls. Oliver ilenrv Atkins, ^Lt.Col 19 July 76 21 Dec. 53 2° June 54 1 Apr. 60 

17 Hjpe-Johnstone, Charles \lames 21 Dec. 53 20 Jimc 54 1 Apr. 60 

14 Humfrev, Benjamin Genie 1 * 1 21 Dec. 53 2S June 54! 1 Apr. 60 

13 Wilson. Charles Watson ls *t |2i Deo. 53 " July 54, 1 Apr. 00 

de Winton, Francis Walter 185 



n Apr. 54 17 July 54! 1 Apr. 60 



11 Apr. 54 21 Sept. 54 
11 Apr. 54,28 Sept.54 
11 Apr. 541 4 Oct. 54 
14 Aug. 54 1 23 Oct. 54 
14 Aug. 54^4 Oct. 54 



14 Aug. 54 6 Nov. 54 22 Sept. bo 

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1 Dec. 60 

1 Jan. 61 

:o Jan. 61 



1 Schreitier. Brymer Francis 165 n Apr. 54 13 Sept. 54 

Tweedie, Michael 1 " n Apr. 54 21 Sept. 54 

d Ollara. Richard 11 Apr. 54 21 Sept. 54 

10 Lyle. Hugh Chatham W« 11 Apr. 54 21 bept.54 

Griffiths, Leonard,™' Deputy Governor, Brixton Con- ) 

net BttablukmetU ) 

3 Lluellyn, William Raymond 188 

a Hickes, Henry John Foquett Ellis, 189 I.e. 29 Dec. 71 ... 

22 Bnvlav, Frederick George, Instructor of Gunnery, \ 

Shoeburyn.ss j 

2 Harris, N'nel Hamlyn 1 ** 

D Martin, William George 191 

! Snnililnnds, Philip Henrv 14 Aug. 54:24 ^ov. 54 

, Charles Dalrvmplc 160 14 Aug. 54 j 28 Nov. 54 

\shton, Edward John 192 14 Aug. 54:30 Nov. 54 

illis, Wilmot Burrows Edward 19 * J14 Aug. 54113 Dec. 54 

. Vivian Dering,™ 6 Inspector of Gunp. Factories 14 Aug. 54J13 Dec 
mea Edward 

11 Campbell, Sir John William, Bart.w 

b Tapper. .Emiliusde Vic 13 * 23 Oct 

a Whinvates, Francis Arthur 196 23 Oct. 54 

5 Elton, Frederick Coulthurst 195 23 Oct. 54 

14 Franklen, Charles Richard 20 ° 23 Oct. 54 

gwood, ClfinneU 23 Oct. 54 

Anley, Frederick Augustus .'•« 23 Oct. 54 

22 Rooke, William- 01 23 Oct. 54 

7 King, John Robert 20 Dec. 54 

d Cuming, Thomas J2oDec. 54 

1 Scott, Charles Edmund Southouse 158 20 Dec. 54 

Pitt, Henry Doicdeswell, Private Secretary to Governor} ,g p e ]-, 

of Victoria ." j ; ' 55 

24 Worthani, Hale Young 20 * 28 Feb. 55 

23 Maule, Henry Barlow 205 28 Feb. 55 

Geary, Hen. Le Guat/,- 06 Assist. Adjt. General, Dublin ... 28 Feb. 55 

12 Rice, Waiter Brook 20 ? ,28 Feb. 55 

5 Knox. George Uchter 28 Feb. 55 

3 Goodenough, Osborne Hall x l28Feb. 55 

3 Anderson, James Hamilton Pringle 208 [28 Feb. 55 

2 Hall, William James 202 14 Aug. 54 

10 Farrell, Henry Chamberlayne 13 * 1 28 Feb. 55 

22 Eden, Morton Parker 14 Aug. 54 

15 M'Laughlin, Edward 128 Feb. 5 

Hunter, Arthur Stewart,*" Chief Garrison Instructor,} ' „ . , 

Umballa, Bengal ) 28 ieb. 5 

7 Crawford, George Adam 28 Feb. 5 

23 de Moleyns, Townsend Aremberg 160 

5 Richardson, John Booth* 8 

WardeU, William Henry* p.a.c 

21 Hill, Frederick John George 160 

24 Izod, William Henrv 

ill, Robert Charles Walter 210 

17 Straulienzee, Turner Van, Instructor in Gunnery, Shoeburyness.... 
d Shakerley, Henry Webster _ 

13 Dyce, John Robert 1 " 

4 Staveley, Edmund 211 

I Edmeadc-, Henry 213 

II Barn, John Macvicar 21 * 

2: EficbolflOn, Stuart James, Instructorin Gunnery, Shoeburyness .... 

Smith, William,* 1 '- 1 Garrison Instructor, Lucknoic, Bengal 

10 Newman, Walter 

d Tremlett. Edmund John 

4 Maule, George Edwin 

:5 Carey, William Dobree 

13 Miller, Alexander Grant 

23 Phipps, Ramsay Weston 

j . . S a n < I h a 111 , I tot le rt 

16 Stewart, Algernon Augustus 

d.h. Dillon, Bos. Robert Villiers 1 " 

■i . Edmund Sidney *•» 

d h. Talbot, KitzKoy Somerset 2I9 



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2 May 60 
4 May 60 
4 May 60 

7 June 60 

8 June 60 
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3 Oct. 54 16 Dec. 54 
6 Dec. 54 



1 Jan. 55 
3 Jan. 55 
6 Jan. 55 
6 Jan. 55 
:6 Jan. 55 

5 Feb. 55 

6 Mar. 55 
8 Mar. 55 
8 Mar. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
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1 Apr. 55 



1 Apr. 61 
1 Apr. 61 
19 Apr. 61 
28 June 61 
1 Oct. 61 

12 Nov. 61 

13 Nov. 61 
11 Dec. 61 

11 Deo. 61 
8 Jan. 62 

16 Mar. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
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1 Apr. 55| 4 June 6 

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8 Nov. 54I 3 Nov. 60 

1 Apr. 55 116 July 02 

28 Nov. 54 27 Nov. 60 

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Apr. 55' 19 Oct. 62 

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1 p.1.0. Oliver, John Ryder** 

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. , William Ituxt/in. /1. 11. r 

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. Samuel l'nrr 

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■ 1, Louis Charles Aug, Adrian** 1 

7 Trench, < Iharlet 

■ 7 Bare, a ;;; ; 

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31 J<il.v 55 
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31 J«ly 55 
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31 J"'y 55 
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31 J^y 55 
1 Aug. 55 
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24 Sept. 55 
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24 Jan. 6 
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30 Jan. 63 
12 Feb. 63 
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1 Apr. 63 
9 June 63 

16 July 63 
11 Sept. 63 

3 Oct. 63 

Oct. 63 

2 Nov. 63 

6 Nov. 63 

1 Feb. 64 
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7 Apr. 64 

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15 Aug. 65 

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19 Jan. 66 

3 Feb. 66 



5 Aug. 68 



2 July 65 



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13 Aug. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
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2 Apr. 73 

12 Apr. 73 
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12 Apr. 73 
16 Apr. 73 

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17 Dec. 73 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
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18 Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 74 
11 Mar. 74 
1 1 Mar. 74 
11 Mar. 74 
11 Mar. 74 
17 June 74 

1 July 74 
1 July 74 
31 Oct. 74 

13 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
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Majors. 

Thomas 

froy,"* Dept. cf Artillery Studie* 

■:. Donald Roderick 

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ITemmie, William, p.a.e. U 

Henry, p.a 0. 

Walton. William " 

-dhi, Bengal 

Graham, William B 

William^ 

Chambi 1 ey 

Curzon, William : 

Dunlop, \ 

Edward 
Sobart, '■ 

> 

strahan, William 

Shea, Henry John Francis 

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Sniyth-Wmilham, .1 [)h 1 lhai tl - . 

pjt c. Hall, Willi 

William Thomae 
ck, Edward 
Thurlow, Edward Hovi ; i 

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Murdoch, William Walp • 

. Edward Delava 
Darwall, Hem 

bam, Edward R • 
\ eck, 

Kyle, Sa 

:, William Btopf ltd 



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Captains 



d p.,.c. Mitchell, Herbert 1. 

, . <..i ,..,. m ,,.>... u i 1.. 1,,, 



.1 Sexton, SAichael John 



at EUaby, B 

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a Palliaer, Hi urj John 






I rtlle 

B MagOE 

p.a.c. Holliet, Edward Ommanney, Inttruetor cf Artillery, Depart- j , , ,, , 
f Artillery Studi) • 

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23 Hamill 

is Price, i 

Hntohinson, William 1 
1 1. -it Thornton 



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Owen, John 

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. . ohn Egerton, ddjf, 1 Feb 1 
Cruikthank, Alex. Bom* 
Cameron, Eugene May , p.a.e inetruetorM . 1 tboratery 

1 Stratton, John Heathfleld, Inetruetor of Q 1 ■., 
14 Cooke, James Robert 1 >a\ Lea . 

. Edvi ard Bmith, | 
d Lloyd, Irranois Thama 

Gillie*, <•'■ "'■/■ /a 1 1 

Strahan.Qeorge Cumin*, C1£Q ■■ 
n Thomas Le Marohant, Henry Bt. John Vaughan LeMarohanl 

2 Phillpotts, lli-nrv l-'raiK-is 1 -" 
Burgeu, Henry Mile*,' : Conwy. efOrdn ■ 

8 Martelli, Thomas Challoner 1 Oct. 

: Murray, John Charles D'Urban > ' Jet. 

1 Ra >. LrthurJohn,*" CB 

1/ Idj.G i Oct 

111, Instructor in (lunnery, Shoebiirynett. I Oct 

5 (iwyn. Herbert Lionel* 8 - ''■'' 

a. Robertson, Henry Maxwell 

a Roberts,William Oct. 1 Di b 

. Adj. 1 Aim, Br. Cinque Fort* Art. Vol. 

jg, Thomas Maynard 

,11 Bmythe Muir 

a (All, II -- • Iunc 

-•-• ■ ll ""- 

Baring, Evelyn, CSI 

13 Jones, Henry Noma 

, , )\f Plokard, Arthur i , t; ll.H.il. the Dula 

of Connaught ' 

a Burnett. Thomaf 

o Desborough, Samuel Holworthy [22 June 

3 Bhuttlewortih,". Aahton John, Adjutant 32 Nov. 75 



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57 20 July 

s 7 11 Bept 

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1 Oct. 58 
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1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 1 Oct. 71 



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let. Vol. I 



22 June 59 



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2 Dec. 71 
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23 Dec. 71 
23 Dec. 71 



I70 

Captains. 
b Rotlie, George Walter Charles ... 

12 Tupper, Basil <le licauvoir 

3 Goodeve, Henrv Hills, Adj. 1 

School of Gunnery $ 

b.b. Best, George 

Sladen, Joseph, p.a.c. Assistant 1 
Instructor Soyul Laboratory ... ) 

22 Oliver, Samuel Pasfleld 

10 Harvey, Charles Smith 

Diion, Charles Frederick 1 Apr. 59 17 Oct 

39 Crosthwaite, Cha. Instructor in » j n Qct 

irunnrry ) 

Molesworth, Anthony Oliver, AJj. ) T „„o « 

Forfar Art. M,l,tia 
Era us, Hurry Dacrei 
Adm. Br. Lancashire Art. 

" M .6 r "m' -'-" , " , ' S MuI ' ^ly • ^'f 22 June 59 

•2 Tathain, waiter John 22 June 59 

s8 Lewis, Henr\ Francis Peterkin •• 
7 Douglas, .lames Mainwaring, ) 

Adjutant 1 April 72 ) 

Little. Franca Laurence Gore,- 66 / 

Adj. Glamorgan Art. Militia...) 

Brant, Robert Henry, D.A.Q.M. ) 

General. Allahabad Divition ...J 

p.i.e. Mackey, Hugh Allen, ) 

Brigade Major, Jamaica ) 

25 Whauey, Percy Charles .-2 June 59 23 Dec. 71 

4 Tyler, TrevorBruce^ I/.iaApr. 7- 22 June 59 23 Dec. 71 
co Lencock, CharlesBdward Baker*" 21 Dec. 59 23 Dec. 71 

pt.e. M'Cautland, Marcus Fra.\ „ T „_ 

Hy.. Garrison Inst., Edinburgh \ j 21 Dec - 59 '7 Jan. 7* 
Simpson, Simon. Adj. i Adm. Br.\ r, T „ 

Ik Art. Vol/ > 2lDcc - 59 17 Jan. 7 » 

Tovn.eml. Christopher }V,,,.. Adj. 1 „ T 

i.tld n .Br.F„rfurshireArt.Vol.) 21 DeC " ^ 3* Jan - ^ 

12 ;■.*<-. Noyes, George Augustus ... 21 Dec. 59 14 Feb. 7 

12 Wickham, Kilmund Hill 21 Dec. 59 1 Mar. 7 

da. Wing, Vincent 21 Dec. 59'2oMar. 72 

15 Lacy, Lacy 21 Dec. 59 24 Apr. 72 

12 Porter, U irt no Lawrence, p.a <■.... 22 Dec. 59 4 May 72 

,Wm.Reynolds,^4;.2oAng.73 22 Dec. 59 15 .May --. 

, Thomas John 22 Dec. 59 18 May 7: 

8 !*«-• ! i . ■ ". l,,struc-\\ _ „ I T „ 
tor in Gunnery ) « Dec - 59 7 June JTL 

2 Younger, John 22 Dec. 59 6 July 72 

13 Deshon, diaries John 22 Dec. .sq'17 July 72 

V • < H 1 .. 22 Dec. 59 20 July 72 

21 Hornsby, George Mackenzii B 25 Sept. 72 

.. I), ol . qf\ , 
Artillery and Store* I '9J™e6o 



2 Nov. 72 

23 Nov. 72 

21 Nov. 72 

72 



22 Br .■■ . p.a.c. Intt. 1 T 

of<i»„ \ '9 June 60 

2 Barker, Eenr , , June 60 

.' 11 me Henry William Lovett 19 June 6o| 23 Nov 

1 [.p.a.c 19 June 60I23 Nov 

tg June 60 23 Nov 

■ 1 ':i\kiT, Adjutant I , , x . , 

.,«.,„. , ,.,. lime 60^3 Nov 

Ornish*, Joh Capt.~) 

vrtmt nt S 

I ■■/Junc6o|2 3 Nov. 7 2 
! I«-nr\ \\ 1 ilcli-rl.urii, .1 ■//'. / ,. , 

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19 June 60 23 Nov. 72 



Captaixs. 

3 Carey, Frederick William - 

10 Duth'ie, William Henry Moore 

Leiees, Price, Adj. Pembroke Art. \ 

Militia ) 

Maclean, Allan Henry. Adj. IV.E. \ 

Yorkshire Art. Volunteers j 

2 Parlby, Gerald Chas. Hall, Adj. > 

24 Sept. 75 j 

Woollcombe, Edward, Aide de\ 

Camp to Inspector Gen. of Art. ) 

Morley, Cleroaux, p.a.c. Proof \ 

Master, IVoohcich j 

Stewart, Hubert McGrigor, Qffi-~) 
dating D. A. Q. M. General, } 

Allahabad Division j 

d Cooke, Thomas Charles 

1 Yeatman, Arthur Godolpirin, 2 " 4 ) 

Adj. 10 Feb. 76 J 

d Rooke, Harry William 

Brown, Alex. Murray, Adj. Had- \ 

dingfon, <f-c. Art. Militia ) 

6 McClintock, William, p.a.c 

14 Harrison, l'emberton 2 " 3 

Bainbridge, Edmund, p.a.c. De-\ 
partmentoj Director of Artillery - 

a nd Stores j 

25 Turner, Alfred Edward 

9 Brough, James Fox 

6 Long, Cha. Wieram,2lrf/.6 Oct. 75 

8 Gaimes, Herbert Frederic 

23 Hardinge, Henry Haughton 

Pearse, ArthurNapier,Assist.Supt. ~> 
of Factories in Madras $ 

9 Spragge, Charles Henry 

7 Harrison, William John Rose ... 
Grubb, Alexander?-' Adjutant) 

Wicklow Militia , 

Shafto,EdwardDuncombe,Aide de > 

Camp to Major General Barton S 

Pym, Samuel, Fir emaster, Ports- ) 

month ) 

7 Wall, James 

p.s.c. Clayton, Emilius, Prof.\ 

Soyal Military Academy / 

Zoraine, Frederick Ekins Blakeney 

3 Hemans, Willooghby Bathurst ... 
5 Anderson, Archibald James 

Irwin, De la Cherois Thomas 

Kensington, 'Edgar, p.a.c. Inrt.\ 

in Mathematics, Canada ) 

17 Rothwell, Juhn Sutton, at Stuff 1 

College j 

Gasl-ell. Thomas, Adj. Fife Art il- ) 
lery Militia > 

4 Campbell, Alexander 

7 Carlile, William Ogle 

21 Davies, Allan Bedford 

15 Logan, Alfred 

Sondes, Henry Thos. Thompson, 1 
Adj. 1 Adm. Br. W.R. York- 
shire Art. Volunteers ) 

4 DesBarres, Augustus Henrv John 

14 Carr, Theodore ". 

4 Sheil, Henry 

• lames Adair 



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7 Dec. 73 



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4 Feb. 74 
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ii Mar. 74 
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Nov. 60 1 24 Nov. 74 

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June 1 . Not. 72 
25 England, Alberl Edward 19 June 60 23 Nov. 7a 

1 Holley, Edmund Hon! ; Nov. 72 

,...<■ M.ln.r. I .. 

I '■'•'"'" yNOV.73 

H ... Sdward Hbert** 1 .. ,., Jm b< 13 Nov. 7a 

22 MoUoy, William Gorges 19 June 60 rj Dec. 72 

TW 

: Dee. 7a 

23 French, Gi Lrthur to June 60 11 Deo. 7a 

', Robert Dunda* Blioit, I 

AUt • D eo- 7-- 

1 Apr. 75 ... 19 June 1 ■ 11 Deo. 72 

, , Deo. 7. 

1 Deo. ?-• 

w., . 

folk Militia Artiller Apr. 7 ( 

I 19 • 

. Apr. 73 

lit, William He,,, A| „. ;; 

' Apr. 7; 

1 Noi 60 16 Apr. 71 

Knolly*. Henry , Nov. 60 it Apr. 71 

i« M"'. 73 

. (hurt,. 11,/ 

S*f-.lk ArtUlen 

I / erick miUam, .1 - 

York.h.r, Art.MUUia 



ennard 

m. Dykes Tynte 

dcrick 

d Stoughton ^ 



1 May 73 
1 Aug. 73 
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8 Nash, Edmund Webb 

.•4 Blade, John Ramsay 

[6 Ford, Charles Film". Ilawkshawe 

■ Poole, J. Ruscombe, Idj.j Apr. 75 
Reeves, Thomas Burke, Adj. 1 

Cork City Art. Militia > 

Pol. ins,,,,, ,I„hn Cor sane, Drills 
Jnstr. Cape Frontier Mounted [ 

Police .." ) 

TurnbuU, Oeo.Wilmot Maitland, \ 
Adjutant ii,,,,is Irtillery Militia j 

i.i Iharles*? 1 

Beaty-Pownall, Geo. Albert, Adj. 1 

Irgyll and lint. Art. Militia i 

•'•• Pipon, Henry 

i Fieiinan. IJ.'liert I'eere Williams. 

3 Molesworth Bt. Aubyn 

7 p.*.e Maurice, John Prederiok 880 

1 1 Bandj b, I llaude Bernard 

6 Marshall, 1 leorge Henry 

Geary, Hamilton, p.a.c. Assist. > 

In.tr. of Art . R. M . Ai 

S Charl / ard, Adj. \ 

I , ick 1 ',),! Art. \filitia ...'... )" 

., Disney, Thomas Robert 181 

6 Day, John 



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10 Feb. 75 
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8 Dec. 61 10 Feb. 75 
8 Dec. 61 10 Feb. 75 
8 Dec. 61 j 10 Mar. 75 
S Dec. 61 10 Mar. 75 
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11 Keith, J 1 

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21 Canning, R b \ 
16 Bobs 

6 Anchinleck, William Henry 

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hton, Edward 25 • 

24 Mailing, William 15 June62 

Johil*mi, 'Frank, .1 .■'. I„„„A, 

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24 M01 I 
d Hare, 1 '/. 14 Apr. 76 25 June 62 

3 Hui'. 

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15 Hub a - June 62 

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17 Dec. 62 

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Lloyd, Phoma 

</ Kiir . mfleld .. 

3 PhibbB, Richard B 

p.f.c. I low km*, Genr ■■• 

20 Rich nd, Felix 

6 Bhippard, WaUrins. O. Courtney 

.'. m. Vincent, Tntt. in Oun 

. William Payne 

m Beadnell, 1 oar et Edward 

p §.e. 1: 1 

17 Feilden, Haughtoa " 

J. !'■"■■■ > 

18 Soames, Hi 

4 p.j e. Browne, Jami -11. > tranville 
Clarice, HarthaU Jamtt 

5 Bayly, George <'■ 

an. Jamea Flower 

Oambier, iek 

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21 Roberta, Howland 

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2 Fox, Walter Reginald, ai - 
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d Wallace, Rob rl Hugh .....".'.'.'!"!!!!... 



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LixArarjjree. 

1 Harman, James Frederick 

23 Mackinlay, George 

c Martin, Geortre Blake Napier 

33 Clarke, .lolm Sheridan ALVt""" 

33 Jones. Douulas F.rde, at staff College 
9 Makellar, Archd. Porman. iiatr. ofGhtnnery 

18 Gordon, William Lindsay Carnegie 

c Dnthy, Archibald Edward 

B Maclaehlnn. Kenneth Francis 

b Dunlop, Henry Donald 

a Leganl, James Digby ■ • ••■•- 

c Downing, Cameron Macartney Harwooa J ". 

34 Anstruthcr, Alexander William 

n, Lionel 

2 Watson. Robert Samuel 



Mainquy, Qtorgt ■■ 
Shore, Hon. Frederick Wi 



rilliam John 

1 Jervis, Walter Neil 

i North, David 

32 Archer. Frederick Lewis _ 

D Turnbuil. Henry John Lennox 

1 Walsh, Edward 

2 Blake, Charles John 

B Smith, William Whitmore .... 

F Files, Fdmond Roche 

d Russell, Hugh Percy 

33 Daniell, De Courcy 

B Haverfield, HenrvWykehcm BrookTunstall 

18 Skinner. Philip I.« lighten MacGregor 

Aitken, William 

B Atchison, Charles Henry 

15 Mackintosh. William John 

c Martin, William 

16 Wilson, George Frederick 

B Riddell, Walter 

a Cruickshank, Fletcher Hayes Grant 
B Clarke, Frederick Charles 

14 Smith, Walter Wm. Marriott, at Staff College 
1 Crofton, Henry 31s 

15 Barron, Harry 

I Yorke, Frederick Augustus 

18 Blandv, William Poyntz 

14 Hellard, Henry Bettesworth 

B Stephenson, Keppel 

D Knox, William George 3 * 1 

BuckU, Eilmund 

32 Evans, Bdward Benjamin 

10 Stevens, George Morton 

jy Vibart, Francis Meredith Edmund 

18 Bigg, Frederick 

35 Hav, Edward Owen 

3 Stanley, Doiigla- .lames George 

a Morgan. Frederick Cyril 

B Smith. William Ogden 

-.,, Sampson l'lomer Fredk. 331 

d Griffiths, Algernon Sydney 

iTufcintui. Edward Armstrong, 3rd Clan Com 

.'■>, of Ordnance, Bombay 

c6 Turner, Frederick Mansel 

) . ; WUHam 

15 lial. lock. William Stanford 



. Henry Townley Scott 

m, Henry Edward 



Henry 

lladuray, George Roitley, Aide de Camp to) 

tktOo i 

x Cottom, Edward Thomas Davenant 

Bg, II. ni'.v Thomas 

A I'urdv. Robert 

I maid MacKenzie Dunlop 

16 FowU-r, William James 

Bdward Fenwick 



n Walfa I Idward 

v Bnmdge, Francis John 

n Non Edward 

a Hammond, Peter Henry 

17 Sriater. Jamei Robi rl Charles 

x Hon) . I Arthur 

1 Nixon, Arundel James 

<,.( Murray. Henry Stewart 

a Nloolaon, Prederici 

ii Lugardj Henry Tra vers 





d Unit James Cecil 

anklyn Moody 

.//. WUUam Ma„en 

II Ohanman, Lionel James Archer 

Srlfe, Syhi.<i (irrnrd Frederick 

Huuell. CharUt 

' t 

ilayhev, Thomas 

i.h. Footc, KranciH Onslow BarrinKton ... 



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i- July 
17 Jaiy 

1 7 July 
17 July 
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17 July 
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£7 July 
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Lieutenants. 
66i q.e. Bingham, Edmund George Henry ... 
( ' '10 Arlmthiiott. Walter Charles Warner... 

66 I 7 Lloyd; Graham Moore 

. Mm. dbridire. Edmund Baker 

66 7 Walker, Edgar Holford 

66 i.h. Mayne, Charles Hardin ge Hawtrey 

" 11 Western, Charles .Maximilian 

K Rowley, Hon. William Chambre 

11 Davidson, William Leslie 

Lindsay, Charles Curmiehael 

B Baker, Robert Henry Sherston 

22 Fox, Francis Charles 

18 Nugent, Nugent Jonathan 

23 Miles, Philip William Herbert 

D Allsopp, Ranulph 

66 3 Fairtlough, Samuel Gerrard 

67 r.e. Bigge, Arthur John. 



I LIEUT. 



■o Lockyer, Walter Nevill 

5 Ord, Frederick Cusac 

d Tydd, William James 

:i Whitehorne, Arthur Howard 

67! 20 Hepburne, Robert Gordon Webb 

67 1 Fraser, Arthur Reginald 

67 2 Kelly, William Patrick, Jnspr. of Warlike\ 

67 1 Stores and Firemaster, Hong Kong ) 

67 112 Repton,' Humphrey Thomas Hugh 

67 124 Maynard, William Augustus 

(J a Spencer, John Winston Thomas 

8 Fanshawe, George Dalrj-mple 

j 14 Playfair, George James 

1 23 Knight, Henry 

I Jervois, Henry Napier 



67J, r> Wodehouse, Edwin Frederick 



8 Jan. 
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8 Jan. 
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8 Jan. 
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15 July 
'5 July 
: 5 July 
5 July 
:$ July 

5 July 

5 July 
15 July 

tsJuly 

15 July 
is July 

1 , July 
15 July 
15 July 
[5 July 
j 5 July 
13 Jan. 
13 Jan. 
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1 ; Jan. 

13 Jan. 
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5 Trollope, Edward Charles 

Moore, George Robert 

Iiy Monck-Mason, Gordon George 

d.h. Eustace, Francis John William 

17 Jackson, Henry Moore 

25 Hanson, Alfred William 

3 Baker. James Volant Vashon 

6 Hoggan, William Brooke 

18 Coke, Edward Beresford 

D Pollard-Urquhart, Francis Edw. Romulus 

18 Trotter, James Keith 

Aylmer, Frederick Arthur, Aide de Camp [ 
to the Governor of Madras j 

18 Trist, Richard Fincher Warren 

2 Monckton, Philip Edmund 

671 } d.h. Corbett, Richard Cecil 

67: ,24 Long, Charles James 

6t| i 24 Parsons, Lawrence Worthington 

68] J 19 Loyd, Alfred Kirkman 

68^'d.h. Denison, Hon. Henry Charles 

68; a Scarlett, Robert Lawrence 

68j 1 Radcliff, Francis William 

68 10 Clarke, William James 

,„'io Wade, Arthur Gregory Scrocold 

i]r.e. Rich, Charles Carroll 3 -* 

68, ] 1 Fawkes, Lionel Grimston 

68, 18 Perrott, Thomas 

68,1 8 Swinton, John James 

68 ,it Jocelyn, Julian Robert John 

68|in Fowell, Newton Plomer 

68:| 8 Price, George Richardson 

6S ' 5 Alves, William Ludlow 

8 Leigh, Henry Percy Poingdestre 

8 Wynell-Mayow, Mayow 

7 Dawson, Henry Philip 

9 Brackenbury, Herbert William 

9 Robertson, Robert William Peacock 

5 O'Sullivan, Eugene Overbeck 

4 Hunt, Henry Vaughan 

7 Newton, William Henry, Asst. Inspr. of 
Warlike Stores and Firemaster Barbadocs 

4 Lowther, William Gorges 323 .' 

1 Coker, Lewis Edmund 

(24 Roch, Thomas James 

4 Rochfort, Alexander Nelson 

19 Freeth, Charles James 

1 Rosseter, James Hurley 

Frith, Warren Hastings, Peshawur Moun- 
tain Battery 

8 Bourke, Gerald ' 

7 Davenport, Frederic Allen 

1 Frecland, John Albert Scott 

4 Hotham, John \ 

11 Woods, Hans Charles Maunsell '„ 

16 Maitland, Reginald Paynter " f 

11 Owen, George Pridham ., 

11 Beaver, Frederick Tyssen Mackinlay . '." 

16 Kelly, Edward David 

69 1 20 Dawson, Edward Frederick 330 .' 

69; 24 Dalbiac, Henry Shelley ][ 

69; 20 Casey, Charles Eeslie ti 

69J. 8 Dean-Pitt, Douglas Charles " 

69 j9 Watson, Solomon []'_[' 



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23 July 70 
23 July 70 
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, 23 July 70 
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13 July 70 
13 July 70 
13 July 70 
13 July 70 
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4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
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73 



I. II DIBIT AKTS. 

i Phipps, Henry Barre' 

(ring, Patrick Charles Kric 

i ■ • 

• ram 

8 Lane, Alfre I L ither 

i y Hewitt 

8 Kiiil', Robert \i.m't ise > lecil 

4 Phiuimore, William I re rge 

9 Brakine, John Fr u cis 

4 Cbal i 

5 Bowles, Frederick Augustus 15 Dec 



Wae», 1: 

6 Sharland, Arthur Henry llxltros 

d.h. Campbell, Frederick William 



25 Mackenzie, Samuel Kenneth 

\6 Banbury, Herbert Napier 

Baker, Eden M03U 













i I 



I R Hall, Franci - 1 lenrj 

Rodney William 
18 Flint, Edward Montagu 

ton, Peter Fisher Peroral . . 

II Bkipton, Charles 8tewart 

I 



1 1 



1 

Okworth March 

n Thring, William Powlett 

14 Howie, Thomas Stickney 

ig Be >tt, Hugo Lb 1] 1 

11 \i. i'.i di p John . . 

20 Bedli ird, 1 !h 



1 iin 1: I ' 

4 Potts, 

1 1 M'Donnell, John 

■I illier 

i) Beam I William 



MHUT. l.ll I Tl MMS. 

1 Phillpotts, Arthur Henry Croker. 
2 AuK 1 

2An?.7i 4 Vanghan-Hnghes, En si 
2 Aug. : . William Arthur 1 

hn Andrew 

B 
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13 Gui 

rdy, Edward 



5 Dec. 71 =5 Ord, 8t. John St. George 
■ 
ig Burton, Hubert 
I Edwards, E 1 Apr. 73 

: 1 w Murray 

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is Dec. 71 






ry, Edward Johi 1 Apr. 73 



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18 Coxhi n I 

fahon, Peroy Alexander 1 

2=; Walki i oyre i'lauf»hton • 

ild , 

1 1, mi . ithaniel 

ia£ 

■ Mum ia6 1 aurchill 



,1 Feb. 74 
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18 Johxu uaoia 

■i't 

21 Liddell, Augustus Prederiok, 

( 'amp I I 

d Bark. < mi Scott 

1, Bunny, Fredei Briee 1a Septra 

6 Longrid^'i', Ceoil 

m Mansel, sifted [aBept.7 

i8 Hewat, Lrthm B ustoun 

ifi Willis. Charles Beaumont D'Anyers 

19 Weir, Harry Ge >rge '. 

18 Cunningham, John Dacrea 

r, George Frederick Fartmharson 






Lyster, Heury John < Boteler, Frano 



d Murray, Arthur Mordn 
14 Goold-Adams, Pranois Michael 

arahe, Philip 

B Jeffreys, Henrj Bj ron 

1 

1 1 Eton kms, John William 

q Bland, Frederick Miii>ank 

4 l'lckwoail. Kdwin Hay 

d Want, Edward 

a Penton, a rl liui Pole 

.8 imi, Henry Weloh 

4 I' 1 suit,, James Laing 

16 Becher, Edward French 

34 Spencer, Gerald Robert 

16 Addison, Uexander Dupre 

13 Eman, Bowes Leslie 

13 Smyth, Owen Stuart 



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; 

Feb. 7., 

Plant, William Arthur 

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Bunn, Wiiham Ft I 1 
Brady, : 

■ul Robert Dunn 

12 Sept.7J 8 Garnett-B 

s Bmith, Edward Arthur 

2 Sept . - 



2 Sept. 7 j 20 Pratt, Arthur Spencer 
»Jan. -: >o Blewitt, William. Edward... 
9 Jan. 7^ as Jones, Gilbert Saltoun 

jeph .. 
9 Jan. 73 16 Maberly, CI 

9 Jan. 73 \ a Kuper, Chai ier 

9 Jan. 7; '4 Hawkahaw, Edward Criohton ... 
1 Jan. 7 i'i p 

osard, Arthur 1 llifton 

it, Edmund Halbert 

1 .hn. - 

9 Jan, 7: 9 \1K'', John Richard Howai 
9 Jan. 7! . m M 
9 Jan. 73)23 Btirling, James Wilfred 

ohard Frederic Thomas 



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9 Jan. 



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1 Aug. 74 

I 



Duff, Beauchamp 4 



74-76 



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LlEr/TEXANTS. 

21 Rogers, Sorrcll Michael 

22 Fell, John Percy 

17 Simpson, John Murray 

2 Harrison, Robert Arthur Gwynne. 
34 Parsons, Charles Sim Bremridge . 



LIl 11. 



12 Kellie, Charles Wauohope 17 

23 Simpson. Henry Cut hbert Council Dunlop 17 

16 Balfour, Wm. Edward Ligonier 17 

ha 

10 Gallon, Hubert George Howard 17 

4 Pun-is, Alexander Hiirridge 17 

9 Wynyard, Rowley 17 

17 Brotherton. Manfred William Robert 17 

25 Fleming, Edward William 28 

16 Wools, George Edwin Annesley 

4 Downing. David Fitzgerald 2S 

6 Townshend, George Robert 
19 Bell-Irving. Andrew 

5 Nash, Edward '2s 

14 Sclater, Henry Crichton 2S 

3 Phillips, Thomas Vanghan Wynn 

23 Simpson, Charles Napier 

19 May. Kdward Sinclair 128 

20 Leach. Reginald Pemberton 
3 Rowe, Octavius 28 

14 Soothby, Reginald Evelyn 28 

14 Darby. William Henry 2 S 

15 Aplin, Hugh Morgan . 

2t Taylor, Ernest Edmund 28 

15 Lindsay, Walter Fullarton Ludovic 

24 Bannatine, Richard AUason 

15 Dnnlop, Henry Cleland 

7 Hodgson, Janics Owen 2 S 

7 Kerrison, Edmund Roger Allday 28 

8 Thomas, Sir Godfrey Vignoles, Sari 2S 

3 King, William Frederick 28 

11 Western, Charles Maximilian Thomas ...28 

3 Brereton, Walter Ebenezer 28 

n Dunlop, James William 28 

6 Norton. Gilbert Frederick Allan !" 2S 

20 Acton, Thomas Hampden Evans 2 S 

22 Giles, George Edward " ~s 

2: Haines, Robert Lewis 

25 'Hickman, Hugh Palliser .. 

9 'Turner, Alfred Hevland Parratt '"" 
2 •Garston, Kflgar John 

13 •Churchward, Walter Stanbury ".'." 

23 •Dunsterville, Knightley Stalker ..., 
13 •Walker, Charles Kdward 

1 ( »Moberly, Walter Frederick George 
j "Inov . Arthur 

Henry Octavius .. 

5 •Williams. Pierson Locke " 

Andrew Ernest 

i'j •Orr. John Elphinstone Hugh 

4 •Smiih, William Apsley ... 

5 •Hittl.-^ion, George Hastings 

6 'Hick-. William John 

I, Cecil Arthur " 

: 'Chambers, Arthur " 



Auk. 74 
Aug. 74 
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Ang. 74 
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Feb. 7 6 
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Feb. 7 6 
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LlBUTENANTS. 

•Croft, Harry John 

•Burrows, Edmund Augustine 

•Crol'ton, Caldwell Henry 

•Waters, Wallscourt Hely-Hutchinson 

•Cottrell, Charles Dormer 

•Carter, Alfred Henry 

•Coker, John Aubrey' Lawrence 

♦Lambert, Edgar Alan 

•Maturin, Charles Edward 

•Davison, Kenneth Stewart 

•Crofton, Richard Martin 

•Blount, Charles Hubert 

•Magrath, Charles Frederick 

•Barlow, George Newton Halifax 

•Leader, Francis Henry Moubray ..... 

•Boothby, George Murray 

•Elmslie, Frederick Baumgardt. 



19 Feb. 76 
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19 Feb. 76 

•Dacres, Richard Edmund Lyons 15 Feb. 76 



LIF.UT. 



Cornish, Francis Cecil David 

•Inglefield, Norman Bruce 

•Gordon, Joseph Maria 

•Macdonald, Allan Douglas 

•Dawkins, Henry Stopford 

•Holden, Henry Capel Lofft 

•Maxwell. Nigel 

•Henn, Richard Arthur Milton 

*Foster, Raymond Charles 

•Hudson, Henry Saunders 

•Keir, John Lindesay 

•Curteis, Francis Algernon 

*Battersby, Thomas Preston 

*Lendrum, Samuel Edward Latham 

•English, Joseph Oxley 

-Trench, Frederic John Arthur 

•Thackeray, Frederick Rennell 

* Anderson, Charles Alexander 

•Carter, Duncan Campbell 

•Hewson, John James 

"Barrett, Lennard 

•Hay, Arthur Ernest 

"Lloyd, Wilford Neville 

•Stone, Francis Gleadowe 

•Daniell, Arthur Cairnes 

•Hanna, William 

*Noble, Clarence Thomas Irving' 

•Abdy, Anthony John 

•Fox, Francis John. 



9 Feb. 76 
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•Barlow, Charles Mervyn"!!!"!!!! I a!!?' If. 

•Taylor .William Henry Forbes ..::::::," 2 Aul" 76 



Pelly, Charles Hamilton 

Hevland. John Rowley Kyffin Lloyd... 

Campbell, John Alex. Livingstone 

Craig, John Francis 

*Adye, John '" 

Cuthhertson, Francis Eugene 

White. William Lewis 

O'Neill, William Heremon 

Hughes, Arbuthnott James 

Blacker, Latham Charles Miller 

Murchison, Kenneth John Walker 
*Eardley-Wilmot, Arthur. 



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Bainbridge, Anthony Percy, I.e. 1 Apr. 74 

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Newall, Marias Charts*, Adjutant 1 Adminietrativi 

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35 Ward, William '• 

Walker, John Bridget, 6 " Adjutant Sussex Artillery Militia 

b Cnaldecott, Mark Algernon 

Spring, Fred. William Mackenzie,** 2nd class Commutary of Ordnance, 

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11 Campbell, Cornwall Eenry, Adjutant ia Feb. 73 

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p.s.c. Clarke, Francis Coninglby Ilannam, Deputy Assistant Quarter ' 

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23 Glass, Charles Faulkner, Adjutant 3 April 76 

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Captains. 

lslHandyside, William 1 

Henry, William 2 

Mackenzie, John 4 

Anderson, David 

Pliillips, Charles 

Marshall, Hugh 

Taylor, John 

M'Callum, James Lumber 

Montgomery, George 7 

Robinson, William 

Lieutenants. 

Blades, Joel 8 

Leeds, George 

Ramsay, John 11 

M'Lemon, John 10 

Spall, William 12 

Garnham, John William 

Hunter, Joseph William 

Sprent, William Swanson 13 

Coleman, William 14 

Rainbird, Alfred, Department of the Director \ 

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Groves, George 

Dillon, Edward 

Cooper, John 

Ritchie, James, Staff Officer 

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rinre Artillery Volunteers J 

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Sutherland, Robert Samuel 10 

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3 May 55 

5 May 54 
22 Sept. 55 

4 Nov. 59 
4 Nov. 59 
1 Apr. 60 
1 Apr. 60 
1 Apr. 60 
1 Apr. 60 
1 Apr. 60 

1 Apr. 60 
1 Apr. 60 
1 Apr. 60 
15 May 60 
12 Apr. 64 
18 Oct. 64 
3 Mar. 65 

21 Nov. 65 

6 Feb. 66 
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24 Dec. 70 
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1 Feb. 56 
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1 Apr. 65 
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22 Oct. 70 
19 Jan. 75 
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21 Jan. 72 
19 June 72 



1 Major Handyside served throughout tho Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, and was present with the Royal Artillery 
at the battles of Alma and Balaklava, capture of Kertch and Yenikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol. Was 
Brigade Adjutant to the Land Transport Corps from July to Dec. 1855, and Brigade Major from 1st January to 30th 
September 1856 (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

I Major William Henry served throughout the Eastern camnaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava, 
Inkerman and Tchernava, sortie of 26th October, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 

4 Major Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
sortie of 26th October, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, ami Turkish Medal). 

7 Captain Montgomery served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Lieut. Blades served in the Crimean campaign of 1S54-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

10 Lieut. M'Lernon served in the Crimean campaign of 1S54-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

II Lieut. Ramsay served in the Crimean campaign in 1855, including the siege and fall of Sehastopol — twics 
wounded (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

>» Lieut. Spall served in the Crimean campaign in 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Indian campaign m 1858-59, and present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force 
posted on the first range of the Nepaul Hills in March 1S59 (Medal). 

IJ Lieut. Sprout served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and lurkish Medal). Served with the expeditionary force in China in 1857-59 (Medal). 

' 4 Lieut. Coleman served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

" Lieut. Daves' served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Luck- 
now actions of Sirsee, Nawabgunge, Mutehleegaun, Kunda Kote, and Jurwah Pass (Medal with Clasp). 

Lieut. Sutherland served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the affairs of Bul- 
ganac and M'Kenzic s Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with three Cla>ps, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of 1S60 in China, including the storming 
of Tangku and tlie Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). Also in the operations against the Taeping rebels, including 



Continuation of Royal Artillery from preceding page. 



14 Donnld, William, 1 Apr. 59. 
b.k. Dun, George, .7 Aug. 59. 

'mo 60. 
1 1 Wrr, Joseph, 1 June 61, 

J Hutier, Reuben, I July 63. 
20 Wilk. mm, 8 Jan. 64. 

' in, William. l« .Inn. 64 

1 Baocfa . I Or 64. 

Tie IM*.»»> .8 Au K . 57 i Cornet, ,2 Jan. 50 
B Jtruuiuioiid, Joh::, 12 Sept. 65. 



Riding Mastkiis. 

1 1 B ley, Jeremiah, 2 Oct. 66. 



1. I'aw.-im, John, 31 " 29 May 67. 
18 Nugent, Edmund, 22 Jan. 68. 
e Abbott, Isaac, 8 March 71. 
i> l-ovell, Joseph, 28 June 73. 
1 Stannard, Bfphraim, 25 Nov. 74. 

»S Donnelly, Hubert, i April 75. 
k Williams, Ccorge, 1 April 75. 
24 Draper, Frederick, 1 April 

*. William Cole. 8 Sept. 7 



War Services of th Offic < of the Royal Arlill-ery. 1S7-S8 

7ylde served in Holland in 1813 a attack 

gen-op-Zoom. Was attached to tin- Horse Artillery with the Army of Occupation in France. In April 
1S34 succeeded Lord William Russell as Military 1 ". miiiiis>ir.ncr at tlif Head Quarters of Don Pedro's Army in Portu- 
gal, and a atinued with them until the Convention of Evora Monte; and subsequently from Noven 
at the head-quarters of the Spanish Army, and in all the general actions during that period, inclu 

i;ilii- a, for which he received the-thanks of thi es. [n Portugal, again, in 1846, during 

the Civil War, and sig] Be is a Knight of Charles the Third, 21 

an. 1 Grand Cross of Isabella the Cat! 

a the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tl 

■.. and [nkerman (horse killed); commanded the Boyal Artillery 1 I 
of the Russians in {hi Royal Artillery 

at the oeral Strangways was k il!«-<i at [nkerman on 1 , Medal 

a, A ' 7. . Commander of I I Military i irder i - • 

1 ' lal). 

William Ken wick William- commande 1 the Turkish An Ears, and for hie distinguished 

services la Baronet; has 

the Turkish < Irder of the Medjidie, and is a G 
' 8ir Ivlwarcl Sahim paign on the Niagara Front., mmandedthel 

imber. 
* Major General Eardley-Wilm I served In part of the campaign <jf 1846-47 HL'aii.st the Kaffirs, a- : 

ral (Medal). 
'" Genera] England Hope and 8 

America 

for which he i 

deluding the 1 al 
Vitb 'Ma. siege of Ban - 
■Win- U : ^. including ti ■ 

d at the battle Of Water'.. .... 

" Bir William Bates Ingilby served Ciudai 

imanca (wounded) and Burgos; and tl 
w.-ir Medal with rour Clasps). 
11 Sir Burke Ouppage served in the Peni - da a 

16 Sir John SI in campaign from Marcl 

(Mi '1.1 .-.. 1 

and was present al thi 
I 
'• Bir Collingv I 

of Ba aklava, 
(wounded 4th I 

Medal). Hi 

David Edward '. 
during I 

llery of the .('h I ><\ ision al thi 

manded until I : 
(Medal with three) ■ < ifficer ol the I 

the affair of Pandi ira, w hi re they act 

mandi d as B rj in the opera! 

■ ■ tow 11 commanded the 
brok in y to the capture of Lucki o\< t 

and carried on I be - ice. ■ that pari ..t' I 

despatches (Mi dal ■- th C a ip, S CB | 

'• Sir James w Lilian 
M'Kenzie' i Fa rm, batl v oaa L] 

October 1854; was complimented on parade b; Irtilleryat tho 

Alma under "the hottest Are," and was again thanked by Sir De Lac i on the 

repulse ofthe - 
t in' Medjidie, and Tuj .1 •< Medal), 

-" Major General Askw Ith b I 
Army during the Carlisl War. Thedi lella the Catholi 1 

' mi. 

21 .Mm oklyn served in the Ci I commanded th 

I in- lefl attaos - ."l 17111 June (Medal 

with Clasp, CB., 5th Class of the H I trkish Medal). 

'■'■ Major Gen pal Rowan, served the Syrian campaigi the Crimean ca Beptember 1854 

to January 1855, including the battle of Inkerman and 
bombardment of 17th October (Medal with tw ' t Class of the Mi irkish Medal). 

-' Major General Phillpotts serve. 1 intheCi , including thi 

and fall (Medal with Olae . and Turkish Medal), a red us 

Syrian Medal 

" Major General Prii ommanded the Artillery of th ral Roberts at the cap* 

ture cif Kotah ( - the right hank of tho 
Bunnos (mentioned in despatches, I /•'., and Medal) 

M Sir John Miller Adye Bet laignof T854 s s ery, and 

whs present ai the affaire of Bulganac ondM'Ei md inkerman, capture 

..I' Haluklava I 'a-tle. si. ■•__'(■ and fall o f Sclmst opol ( Medal with _':oh of Honor, 

.|ih> lat Served in India in 1857 1 Lrtillery, 

and was present at the action of PandooNuddee »6th Nov.,op era] Windham, 

27th 28th and agth Nov., battle of Cawi 1 1 Iwalior Contingent 6th Dec. 1 ^7 (three tames men- 

tioned in despatches, Medal). Employed on special servioewith the 1 1 tribes on tho 

North-Wi of India, and was present at the Btorm of Lal I mbeylah, and destruction of 

Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). 

29 Colonel 11. I,. Gardiner served in the operations at Prescott in Upper Canada in iSjS. Also in the pursuit of 
Tantia Topee in Central India in 185S. 



!8 9 War Services of tlie Officers of the Boyal Artillery. 

*> Colonel roungknshand served in the Crimean campaign from October to November 1854, including the battle 
of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol -(Medal with twoClasps, and Turkish Medal). . 

31 Major General H'Aguilar served the ( 'rimcuucampaign from September 1854 to .March 1055, including tne bat 
Of Inkerma . ■-<■ of Sc-l -:i-'. ■ ■[>. 4, in the Trenches with the siege tram, and at the bornbardmi 

17th tic-' her (Medal with two < lasps, CB., 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish -Medal). Served the Indian 



trdnient ol 
B, CB., 5th Class Of the Medjidie, and Turkish .Medal). Served tne Indian cam- 
paisrnof 18,7 if a al c .nnnai ded the Aniilcrv of General Franks' Force at the action of Secundra, also commanded 
L capture of Lucknow (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 

ColO&el, Medal v. iih Clasp). . , M , . „„, B 

I campaign from May 1855, including the siege ana tail ot beoas- 

tODOl (Medal with Clasp, =. t i 1 Cla-s of 1 he Med.,, die. and Turkish Medal). 

» Colonel John 3 , m ire olio, i Natal on the 26th June 1842. Served also the Eastern 

campaign of ..54 and up to April «8 5S , including the affair at M-Ken.ie 's Farm, the battles of Alma and ™&™»n> 

• II V..,lv,-! ■; ^leda! w.tarhivet la,ps, (Ji Kmghtqf the 

Leliou of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel for distin- 

- '-vice at the bail • ■ --Alma in ci'o-snig the river with tw . -.;:.-, a- -,w img the Heights and enfilading the 

- a., ded a Troop of Royal Horse Artillery in India 111 1S58-59. _ 

iel Fisher nerved from September to November 1855, mcluding the siege ana mil 01 beoas- 

topol (Medal with Cum', and Turkish Medal). 

v Colonel Gibbon served in the Crimea from iSth May 1S55, in command ol a r leM Lattery, and for neariy three 
month- the Artillerv ol'tlie 4th Division, including the siege and fall of Sevastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in' India in 1857-5!}, was with Outram's force at. the siege and capture of Lncknow, where he com- 
manded the Artillerv of Br.General Walpole's Division, and was specially recommended for promotion as 
having •■distinguished himself throughout the operations, particularly on the 9th and nth March 1858." Com- 
manded the Artillc 1; rant's Column in the action of Simree— severely wounded (five times mentioned 
in de-pa .Major, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

el Newton served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege andfallol Sevastopol, 
in tin. Trenches with the Siege Train, and was present at the bombardments of the 17th August and 8th September 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal), 

«- Colonel Hawkins served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fall of Scbastopol, 

and wa- present at thebombardmcinsoi tne oth April, olh and 17th June, 17th August, and Hth September (mentioned 

.will Clasp. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 51I1 Class of the Medjidie). 

1 the Koyal Artillery in New Zealand in 1S64-60 during the Waikato, Tauranga, 

and Wauganui c.impa gn>, and was present at Uangiawhia, Haerini, Gate Fab, Nukuinaru, a nd several minor 

affairs 1 1« ' />'., and Medal). 

■ el Grant served in the Crimean campaign from iSth Jan. 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train, in- 
cluding the siegi an I fall > ' .-, 0.1 -:- ,] ,, ,1 . and bombardments of oth April and 6th anil 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 
: Major, Knight of the Leg, on of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, with Turkish Medal). 

< d 111 the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 

- 1, ;th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

ell, Smyth, and Saunders served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Seba -topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
*» Lt.Colonel I'urccll, Majors Richardson and Wardell were present with three Batteries of Royal Artillery under 
1 re; in the revolution which upset, the Emperor Fausti in Hayti in Jan. 1859; landed and protected 
the Kui-opcans at Port au Prince, and carried off the Emperor his family and ministers; received the thanks of 
-h and French Governments. 
•' Colonel Desborougb served with the China expedition of i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of 
the Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Fekin (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

50 Colonel Sbaw served in the Crimean campaign in 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train before Sebastopol, 
and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 8th September (Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

51 Colonel C. S. Henry served in the Crimean campaign of 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train before 
Sebaatopol (severely wounded), and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June. (Medal with Clasp, 

Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 5t.l1 Class of the Medjidie, and CB.) 

SJ Colonel I'ipoii served in the Fasten] campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, the battles of Alma and Lalaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Mctlal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
(Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

•• Colonel llaudey served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), the siege and fall of Scbastopol, 
and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1 B54 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie, and LB.). Colonel 
Hamley is the author of "The Operations ol Wax," a work that may confidently be character] 1 as one of the most 

Invaluable modern military books extant--" there exists nothing to compare villi it in the Fnelish language for 

ad sober teaching in the general ai I of h ar : " \ Lde The Turns of 1st Nov. 1869. 

campaign of 1854-55 as D.A.Q.M.Gen. to the Royal Artillery, and was 

j. re-en t at the - ege and fall of Scbastopol, and wuh tin- expcdit a 11 I- Ken eh , lire vet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 
Honor, 5 th Cla-s of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inkerman and 
: (Brevel of Major, Medal withtwo Clasps, 5t.l1 class oft he Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Com- 
manded:. ! ■.itilhr.v in the a 1 a1 Hyderghur 29th Nov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force at 

capl ire ol Fori M 1 1 leedia, and actional Bankee (Brevet ol Ll Colonel, Medal, and CB.). 

ral Biddulph served throughout the Fasten, campaign of 1S54- 55, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and 1 n fall >.( Scbastopol (brevets of .M:,|or and Lt.Colonel, Medal with four 

of (he Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Rasti) . and FitzHugh erved in the Crimean campaign from May 

I, in the Trenche ■■■, lie siege I rain, and at the bombardments 

June (Brevet Of Major, Medal «il m . •. ihi a -,,; 1 :,,■ \].-,l | ii| i.-. an, 1 Turkish Medal). 

cphCli .ol'ihe.Meiljidiefoi crvices with the luteOsmanli HorseArtillery. 

! apaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant to the siege train, including the 

hih 1 .- - In .■, . ins under Colonels 

lodjidie, Turkish Medal, and llrcvct of Major). 

i D Iron. Ma o . epieinber ,:, 1, including the siege of 

.■ tram, and at i he bombardmi ats of 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp. 

. and Turkish Medal). " ' 

1 throughout the Eastern oampaignof 1854 55, including the battles of Alma, 

Balaklava -. i.a-i-.i.oi (\ie,i:,i . m ,,,.,. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 

1 in India in 1857-58. and was present at the 
1 I'liiidoni and 1 ches, Medal and (11.). 

■ to to n a] Artillery, 

-and M'Ken/.ies Farm.lhe balll, .1 Unia, I lalaklava, aiid Inkerman 

I ledul with lour Clasps, brevets of Major and Lt Colonel 

Barainw I with the Turkish Armv under 

OawPaitliii during n.e.,p,-iMi, ,,,„ „i itudehuei i Bummer of 1854, and has received the Gold 

Medal for the , , mvar.ied in him by the Turkish Government. 

,.;' '''• I '""' eluding thee 1 geand fall of Sebastopol 

1. a in 1857-58, Including the actions of Secundra, Chanda, 

Uicknow, and relnfof A/iinghur (live times mentioned in despatches, 

Brevet ol Major, Medal with Clnsp). ^ ' 

Sign of 1854-55, including the battbs of Balaklava and Inkerman 



War Servlc s of / '' E al Artillery. 190 

(wounded), the siege and fall of 6 4 (Modal with three 

and Turkish Medals, and 5th I djidie). 

Eunpaign from March 1855, including the si( - 

paign of 1S54, and up 
Alma, i i iikerman, the siege of £ 

. and Turkish Medal). 

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Half's 

■ 
::,-i. Medal, and ' B 

with Clasp, and I - ' Per- 

tabghoi 

Iby Berved in the 1 1 
in the Trenches n ith thi ■ 1 train, including the 1 1 I 

I 

el, Medal with 

86 Colonel 1 'art law served in the ' 

ding the bombardment 

al Binho, Tangku, capture of Taku Fort 

fall of .- 

»» Coloi 
and Bala 

u 
iul (four times mi 

■ 

in tho 

Farm, the battles of Alma, I 

■ 
and Turkish Medu s, am 

■ 

and [nkermai 

Brevet of Major, Sard 1 nandT 

1857-58. pre8enl al the 

the affairs of Saraguni 

:n from May 

Major, 
Modal willi ' 

, campaign frou 

. Medal with 

and action ol 

at Tan fku, c an (Medal with two I 

Crimean campaign from January 1 

.: .,, and bombardment of April . 

iidie, and Turkish Med 

■ 

fall ,,f - 111 and Turkish 

l-so, and commanded 
■ defeatof th< 1 ■ edon the first n 

March 1859 (me patch, Medal). 

ampaign from March • 
and fall 

Lucknow, affair c 
mutghur, operations in the Jungle, and capture of .; 

are of the Fort ' ■ (three 

B I. 

June to Decembi r 1 . including ; : ■ eg an 1 I ill of Sobs topol (Mi 
i"i col 1 rved in the Ci aign from May to July 



'9 1 War Services of the Others of He Itoyal Artillery. 

Iiil|ilIlllilliiS= 
illiliSiilliiisiPiisi 

5th Class „■• the M,,lj,die). I',,,,,, , „ d „ s Mo nnVtluB-i orv ti 1 ,, i''"'; ^' nl '" mu al " 1 T " lkl >'' Medals, and 

dition to Kcrti-1. (Medal with . 'las,,' and 1 ^rkiTCwi; 3J lS "' lncludin S th e siege of Sebastopol, and expe- 

Clasp, and Brevetof Major) ,r ' a88au " aml <»ptnre ol Fort Birwah (twice mentioned m despatches, Medal with 
the v.onity „t Shanghai m May and October :S6,, n.cludi Jth, ,,, , , ' F, „ ' ' '•- ~ ""' ■'•" :! "' lae ?S« s 1 . ia 

Honor, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and iSS MedS J ' Wltb two Clasp8 > ^^^ of tbe Legion of 

t..,:,. &^Tw\«fcCp^^ from Au = ust '^.including the siege a.dfaiiofSebaa- 

U.i Olonel Murray was nominated to the ,th C1-. r .1 \i 1 ,' . the Medjidie). 

&*Ulery. 1 1 iu.„„ o, !,:,";, £**» r ht ' rv,CL ' s ). vi T tU tlje lateOemanli Horse 

Engineers, commanding the chines,- I,,,,,,,-, 1 1',,,'. , ';"',, "' s "l'Port of Lt.Colunel Gordon, Royal 

Kh instil, and Mil,,, ,,,,,-nt op.-rat i„i,« „,, , , ,,„l !•„•', li ]„• V u < , C! '" t " re of thc w ""e'l cities of Taitsan, 

the Dragon . Command a Batter^ rA™L^° Ch ° W (,,u ' 1 i t "' lic ' 1 ™ despatches, and ist 

campaign from ,!„• , ,1, | )cc . ,,, .„„, U a~ ' - , , , V. ' 'TV i"" , ■f-]'"'""'^* throughout the Abyssinian 
Major, and Medal). ' 7 P™sent at the capture ol Magdala (mentioned in despatches Brevet of 

June, . 7 th Aagnat, and mi, Septembe? .' ' F „, „ ! ;,;; [ '.'^ T' ,*',' ' 7 , lh l , l " t " , r r ' 9 thA l' ri] . »nd 6th andi 7 th 

g^ "".vf, November ,855, including the siege and falJ 

ca^ureof LucSwfato ! "' S»K?HS £'857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nuddee 

;,;',;",. ,Sg^ "' ' " ,l Birwah-severely wounded (three times mentioned in* 

^nVu/M^a!,' 1 '';;;";;;^ 

September 




^— wasssi5Ky«tt'jB!a2aaiefe 



' L '" •"'Kaesporc (three times mentioned in des- 

• ,U "' ' -"' ^w^gnSS (Bwetof Major 8 Meda3 w& P cSS$ * th ° £iege and capture 



War Services of th'e Officers of the Royal Artillery. 192 

the Eastern campaign of 1854 55, including the affairs of Bulganao and M'K 
. Balaklava, and Cnkerman, sii 
(■ eral Markham at the final assault of th - unen- 

i h four Clasps, Knight of the Lef I : irkish 

I 

. rved in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1S54, includu I lull of Sebas- 

. and Turkish Medal). 

.1. 11. brown andMajoi L m the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, including the siege 

train, and at the bombardments of oth April, 6th and 17th 

June (M. .in! with ' !:i-]>, Knight of the l. . and Turkish Mi 

"■I/ i - rved throughout the Fa i 55, including the affairs of Bnlganaa 

OJnl Mi. 

• theLegi r Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

'" ; M ajors Brancker, B rved with the es siuho, 

Bfangku, and 
"• 1. - ■■ anbury, and Gore served in the Crimean campaign from Jane 1S55, including tho 

lal with Clasp, and Turkish Mi 
Markham Bervi d lKon- 

bie'a Farm, battles of Alum and [nkerm . | Medal 

wiih three 1 
I 

1. amp t'> Major General SirW. < :' tho 

■ of Ears, ai d -•'ally held tlio 

■■ STuksek Tabio " for thi 

from a grapes 

:i him by 1 1 1 . ■ B 
In u left dated 7th March 1 55, Ber Ma; 

approval of bis efforts inaverti Garrison of Bars the horrors thai 

in-l in the Tui 

■ Inker- 
nan, siege of Sebastopol, in thi Ipril, and 'th 

ami 17th ..nil two Clasps, Knighl of tl adiaio 

1857-5-:, and , siege and oaptare of i. 1 

and cap! 

n n Berved in tl 
ill with Clasp, 



Major T; the Crimean campaign from . ; 

1 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Mode 1 in thr [ndian campaign in 1858 59, 

Btafl 1 >ffl« 1 

1 in despatch, 
I 

..I Mawabgungi 
[ajor Newboll Berved in India in tent at the attack and di 

of the Nepaul Rills, in Marcl 
■ ■'• Majoi T . i! Strange served in Cndia in 1857-58, and was present 
Dhowrui'M, r Lucknow, act ige, affaira ol 

July, passage ef thi G omtee at Sultanpore, including a ! 

Oct. (four timea mentioned In despatches, Medal » itb 1 lusp). 

'••■ Ma, inded), and Tarlel a served the Indian campaign of 1858, and ware presont 

nt the'siege and capture of Luoknow and several minor affairs (Medal with Cla 

m Majors M, Taylor and 0. B. B. Bcotl 1 ■• a Crimean campaign from May 1855, in the 

Trenohes with thi sgetraina I 6th and 17th June and 17th 

Medal with Clasp, thi 1 '.ji.hr. and Turkish Medal). 

u8 Major Eeate erveo a the Crimean campaign from Ma '• 1 . and was pi - ..go of 

pol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal), 
i«o Majoi a,, Still, Gilmour, d dF. J.G Ball served in the 1 dgnfromjalj 

ii. 1 fall "f Sebastopol I Medal with < Hasp, and Turkish Medal). 
■"• Major Bardli Mail ind served throughout- (he operationa wil I ilomn In 1S57, including the 

. \ ■ < u n tr , Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore, Oonao, Buseerutgunge, Mnngawara, and Alumbagh, 
w, with Outram's Force in the Alumbagh from Jan 1 " 
3elimpore and Sundeeli .• Oode campaign (Med 

three Clasps, and a year's sorvico). 

" ■ Major in. muni served throughoc . ra of 1854-55, moluding the siege and fall of Sebae- 

topol, and b imbardmenl of the 6th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

i"' Major Pearse servi . including the Biege and full oCSeba 

(Medal • lass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Berved in. India in 1858, and was presenl at tho 

■ Maroh (Medal), 
lajora Pit! and Schreiber Berved in the Crimean campaign from Juno 1855, inolnding the siege and fallo 

pol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal), 
tajor Llderson Berved throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, inolnding the battlee of Alma and Inker- 

' and 1 ibardmentsof 1 7th Ootober, 9 th April 

and 6th and 17th Jnne (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of (he I r.and Turkish Medal). 

[ajors Bavenhill and Twei the Crimean campaign from Apt 1 ml fall 

le of Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Mi I :vl .,l j n 

India in 1858, and ot the mutinous £ tanin July (Medal). 

it Major Fred. L. H. Lyon Berved in the Crimean campaign trom Deo. 1854 up to 5 
nt' Srii;i>i..|io]. :i atthebomban ma 6th and c 7th June 

(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 1 ml inn campaign in jSst-sb, including • ., | andora 

.I oapture of Meangin. 
of MucbagawnTi rations in the Jungle and oapture of Jugdespore (Medal with 

Cla p). 

1 Major Ruok-Keene Berved in the Crimean campaign of 1854 -55, inoluding the battle of Cnkern an, - ege and 
1 led), in I he Ti 1 October, 9th April and 

th June (Medal with tv ■ if Honor, and Turkish 

; 1 Majors EtanweU and Lyle served inthe Crimean campaign from May 1055. includin 1 lull of 

Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

.'. served in the Crimean campaign from I reandfallof Sebastopo (Medal 

with Clasp, and Turkish Medal), Berved witl 

1, (Medal with 1 
rved in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, inch 
I Medal with Clasp.and Turkish M » 

i" 1 Major Wan opaign of 1857 1 cknow by Lord Clyde 

battle of Cawnpore on 1 th 1 < ic , and - tbse r u< engagement al the Subadar's Tank ; commanded the Heai i Battery 
at the Btorming of Meangunge, Biege and capture of Lucknow j Bummer campaign in Onde. and an 

tlir (;,i,, mtrr ai Suitan|i..i-r. taking' <>f Fort Rehora, and attack on B 
Artillery) ; also served in the Trans-Gogra campaign, in eluding action of Cherodra, and taking of tho Fort of Mud- 



*93 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

jedia— commanded the Mortar Battery (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps) Served at 
Umbeyla in the campaign agamst the hill tribes in the North-West Frontier of India in ,86,. and wa , Ud*" the 
storming of the Cornea! Hi 1 and Lalloo, also at the engagement in the plain of Chumla (mentioned in detSa ehes 
Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Bhootan campaign of 1864-65 uespatcnes, 

»<« Ma.ior Betty served in the New Zealand war in iSo 4 -66, including the Waikato campaign and action at 
Orakau mentioned in despatches) in command of a Battery ; also during the Wanganni camps Emfan! commanded 
the Field Guns m action on the Patea river in March ,865. and in other skirmishes on the Wa /'anui " " ,, 
present at the attack and defeat of the natives at Kaitaki | Medal) " COast: ana 

™ Ma - 10 E, S -^'■'rtiii and WylMe, and Captain Phillpotts served with the expedition to China in ,860 and were present 
at Sin ho. Tangki, capture of Taku Forts, actions near langchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal wkhTwo cCpO* 

».» Lt.Colonel H.T Arbuthnot served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair at M'K 1C ' S 
Farm bat ties of A ma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct , k! 
(Medal with three ( lasps. Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the In dian campai'm of 
1857-58, including acr.on 10? Secundra, attack on a Fort near Moonsheegunge, siege and ,,,p, ,,.,'■ ,. Li\ckno"w 
capture of ; and Koorlee (mentioned in despatch. Medal with Chfsp, and Brevet of Major) - Lncknow ' 

W Colonel Biddulph served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava. siege and fall «.t Sebastopol, .and expedition to Kertek (Medal with three Clasps. Turk sh Medal and 5h 
Class of the Medjidie) Served in the Indian campaign of ,857-58. including the action of fcalee Ntuldee 1'ie "e and 
capture of Lncknow (as D.A.Q.MGeneral of Artillery), action of .Tamo (as Brigade Major to the "» e Id Foref) and 
affair of Daoodpoore Served as D.A.Adjutant General of the Oude Force under sir Hope Grant from Oct rid? 
and was present in the operations in the Byswarra district, passage of the Gogra, and various ac ions on tt 
Nepe^ frontier, ateo operations there in ,859 terminating in the forcing of the Je?wa'h Pass (severaf times men 
tioned in despatches Medal with Clasp). Served as Military Secretary with the expedition o 1 ], , ™86o a nd" 
was present at binho. Tangkn capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangckow, and surrender ,,f kn (Brevet of 
Maior. Medal with two ( lasps). Was promoted Brevet Lt.Colonel for services in India (Brevet of 

, ° LtX'olonel Wm. Stirling served throughout the Eastern campaign of i8m.-c« including thp affairs ^f T^i™ 

&1EhZ!%£]^£? ¥^% J PWr*& n and ^™M^e siege and fill of ll astoS^nd^Se of 
the sortie on the 26th Oct. ,S 54 Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal) Served 
IL B ^f^ e v IaJ T of d Artl,1 f'T. ;v,th Bajpootana Field Force at the capture of Kotah on 30th March r ' (Medal 'Sd 
anTs^en^^Pe!^e^ h ^^r toC ^ ini860 ' aildWaS P ~* ^ ^«*^»£fi5teS 

"I Major P. E. Hill served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 including the battles of ■RaiaVi*.™ » /> 

f™!:. 1 ^.^.^,'.' K*!S September ; _pn the last bombardment he commanded a batter^ of Mortars frSfamrt 



Horse Artillery throughout the campaign of 858- Q in de 1 c dii g he ocemmion f Fv "7 1 ^ the R ° yaI 
th , e 93 a £ a - r °, f ' har ' la - capture of the Fort of Mujeedia, and action of Bankee (Medal) 8 ™ ^ StnCt at 

kZ^rf^fS.^.1^ the battle of In- 



E^Tlfe &**ffiVE ^^£"^0° f o the ¥J™°* Ho ?- ; and Turkish Medal)" Served- 

m of Fyzabad, . _ 
the Trans-Kogra district at 
asee (.ueaai). 

ke ,^ ma ? and siege of BelfastopollMedS'with ClaspTaflrTurki^Medal) "^ 

f^Z^JSZl 1 at „ the f ta ^' n ^ oi r Stockades at Bala Pass, at the destruction of Sades ahovTBu^f^d^/tfe 

taking ol stockades of Nagao above Chanioorehee (Medal with Clasp) Commanded the v,?™ , " 'A nd at ^ he 

Battery o: U, ill, ry in the Ixpedil ion against the Loshais in ,S6 9 und.'r Brig Z erSral V^F XuthaU 10 ^ 1 ^ 

i« Major de A\ uaton (wound, d) served the I Mmean campaign from .Tanuarv i8« inel ndina \h, c » ^ r » 

« Sor ^SVit!!„7L^rVc,T^o e CrKnl a mp^ CB &^^ ? ^i "? 7 (JI f dal ^ "asp). 
Of Bebastopol. and in the Trenehes with the sie.' • t ' ,V a ' t he 1, , -n A , , ^1' , " c,, " ll, 'S t,lf ' ^>'^ and fall 

i T S ' Bh m',1.,1 9 P1 ' a ^ 6tb and '7th June 

. ■ .- Abyssinian campaign from the , 3 th Dec. ,867 and commanded two 

Kni K ht '"'' ' , \ ,.../ . -,,; '^^ ^e (Medal with Clasp, 

the expedition to China in iSfo.'andwaspresem at Sinho Tanrf „ ■ ■ „ ' ,v ,' ' lo, f S " lur '"'""'"' , ' rol ' ou wi * h 

derofPekin (Medal witl, two clasps and BrevetoJ'Wor) Taku Forts > actions near Tangchow, 

h^HM^.rwu^lla'^aJ^^^^S^^ from Di-tar^ to January ,855, including the 

'',• ,r,, At.,,- tr . (3„, . T 

. tndia d, r.ng the mutmy, and was 
on me 31st August 1858 (Medal). Has also the Bronze Medal 

-. I. on, early >n October ,S 55 until the 

^•Commanded a Detach- 
iwiti ) 1L Berar Field Force, and was 

■ ' .'' Can. Served throughoul ll„ 

: ■. ■ ■■-''■'.'■ ■ ■ 

lar.-halan.li,. , 

^ofthatyear 
India in 1858, and wasp 

sandfallofSe- 



■m-,.,, o ■ , ,1 ,„:;,,.:■" ■ ■■.-,-ia.s, a isom tie 

' 'nol'rench attack), actions 

I pssawsaat 



War Servic Officersofth UoyalArti 104 

199 Major Elton served in the Crimean campaign ft 
the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments < 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Mi 

-"■' Major Franklen 

i 
with the enemy (Medal). 

lor of ivkin (Medal with two I 

-ui \| 

-"' Major W. J. Hal 
in the Tranche 
Knight Medal). Was p 

2 '» Ma ;, including to 

(Medal I odia with the Okamund 

■ 

at the 
'857 -59 with I hi 

-""'• M:, 

rhr Medj die, ai d Turk h Medal) 

I 

-"■ Major 

June (Medal n it 

-"- Mi -.Mir \ 

witht) 

-"' Ma \ 

no m,.,,, . • 1: 1 \\ 1 

m Major i 

I 
•1 1 Major Ed 

' Iclllll). 

isp). 
Clyde, batt le of ' )om i p 

Sultan; 

various forces i" pure a 

•" Maj 

Clasps), 

Taku 

■ 

Port of Dalimkote, and 1 

expedition 1 1 ' tuna u 

■ at iiio 
1 
Bund ! Jan. to March, 

1 

1 ved hi the 1 ad iddee, affair of 

f Liuoknow, aol 
I I warol 

Medal). 

abad, capture of Chandairee 
1 Jhansi, and aol Medal). 

a India during the Mutiny, ai .,. of mutinous 

I). 

com- 

' Adjutant to Royal Artillerv. ineliidini; l lie assault 

and ear 

Master Royal 

ear Shanghai in 1862, includi llll |',j ; , | 

Etoyal Artilier;, (i Class Gold 

ilumn under Captain A. it. Murray, Royal Artillery, in support of Gordon's 
tgainst the Taepi] tioned in despatches) . 



195 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

236 Major F. S. Stoney served in India in 1S5S, and was present at the attack on a Fort occupied by rebels on 
Beyt Island. 

-■'■' Lt. Colonel II. Brackenbury served in India in 1857-58, and waa present at the action of Banda and capture of 
Kirwee (Medal with Clasp). In the Franco-German war of 1870 71 was attached by the Government to the service of 
the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded, and was present with the armies till the conclusion 
of the Armistice. For bis services in this capacity he was appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor by special 
decree of the French Government of National Defence, was made a Knight of the First Class of the Royal Bavarian 
Order of St. Michael, and received the Iron Cross from the Emperor of Germany. Accompanied" Sir Garnet 
Wolseley to the Gold < 'oast in September 1873 as Assistant Military Secretary, and served throughout the Ashanti 
war of 1873-74, including the action of Essamen, relief of Abrakrampa, battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

- 3 ' J Major A. W. Duncan served in the Ashanti War in 1874 in the Transport Service. Commanded the post of 
Fommanah during the repulse of the enemy's attack, and was slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches for the 
*' energetic defence of the post," Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

340 Major Hon. A. Stewart served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, 
actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). 

-'■- Major Cottingham served in India in 1857-58; and was present at the action of Pandora, and action and 
capture of Tiroul (Medal). 

-*' Major Auchinleck served in India in 1S57-58, and was present at the action of Kalee Nuddee, battle of Cawn- 
pore on 6th Dec, and affair of Kankur (Medal). 

SM Major Kyle served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Secundra, Chanda, and Sultanpore, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, action near Azimutghur, operations in the Jungle and capture of 
Jugdespore (mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp). 

" 5 Captain H. L. Mitchell served in the Indian mutiny campaign and was present at the attack and defeat of the 
rebel force posted in the first range of the Nepaul Hills in March 1S59 (Medal). 

•W Captain Ellaby served with the expedition to China in 1S60. and was present at the capture of the Taku Forts 
(Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taeping rebels in the vicinity of Shanghai in 1862, 
including the storm and capture of the walled cities of Kading, Tsingpoo, and Tsolin, and the minor operations of 
Wongkadza, Tserpoo, and N.-.jow. 

150 Captain Nolan brought the " A" Battery Steel Mounted Ordna-nce from England, and was most energetic in 
Retting it into order previous to the arrival of No. 5 Battery 21st Brigade; and served throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign from December 1867 as Adjutant to Colonel Milward, and was present in the action of Arogee and 
capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, and Medal). 

aM Captain Burgess served with the expedition from Aden against the Foodlee Arab Tribe in 1866, including the 
obstruction of Shugra. 

«» Major Rait served in theOkamundel campaign of 1859, and waspresent at the siege of Dwarka andsubsequent 
operations. Served in the New Zealand war in 1863-64 in command of the Drivers of his Battery acting as Cavalry 
and was present at the action at Katikara, skirmishes at Kerrikerri, Pukekohe, and Rangiawhia, and engagements 
at Nuerini (horse shot) and Orakau (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the 
Gold Coast in Sentember 1873 on special service. Organized " Rait's Artillery " and commanded it throughout the 
Ashanti War of 1873-74, including the action of the 27th October 1873 near Dunquah, relief of Abrakrampa, battle of 
Amoaful, capture and destruction of Becquah, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (several times 
mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

*" Captain Moorsom served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of 
Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

»** Captain Gwyn served in India with the Okamundel Field Force in 1859 and was present at the capture of the 
Fort of Beyt, und the siege and fall of Dwarka. 

148 Capta"in Toogood served in New Zealand during the Waikato and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at 
Nukumaru and the Patea river (Medal) . 

m° Major Pickard served in New Zealand at Taranaki during the latter part of the war of 1860-61. Also during 
the Taranaki, Waikato, and Tauranga campaigns in 1863-64, and was present at the actions of Katikara, Rangirin 
Gate Pah, and Tauranga (mentioned in despatches, awarded the Victoria Cross for gallant conduct during the 
assault of Rangiriri. and Brevet of Major). 

«• Captain F. L. G. Little commanded a Detachment of Royal Artillery in the expeditionary force ao-ainst the 
Indians of Yucatan in April and May 1861, and in the suppression of the disturbances in the Northern Districts 

*" Captain C. K. B. Leacock and Lieut. J. S. Quayle served with a Steel Mounted Battery throughout the 
Abyssinian campaign from the 29th Dec. 1867 and were present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala 
■(Medal). 

*!o Captain E. A. FitzRoy served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1S67 and was present at 
the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

«» Captain Pemberton Harrison served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, including the cantnran 
Of Tsinpoo, Tsolin, an. 1 Najow. ° y m 

*>* Captain A. G. Yeatman served against theTaeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, and was present at the recaDturp 
of Kabding. F 

m Captain A. Grubb served throughout the Waikato and Tauranga campaigns during the New Zealand wars of 
a863-64, including the action of (bite Pah, and commanded the Artillery at the action of Te Ranga (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal). 

it Captain 0. Laroom served in theNew Zealand warin 1863 r, 4 (Medal), and waspresent at the actions of Katikara 
ami Kaitak (wounded In the shoulder). Commanded a Detachment of Artillery engaged at Sentry Hill (Medal! 

..,,,.1 K. Manrice accompanied Sir Oarnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast ixiSeptember 1 87 ; on BD( !Ci al ser^iee 

■ad aerredMhia Private Secretary throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74, including the relief of AbrataW™ 

battle of Amoaful. capture and Becquah (as Staff Otlicor to Colonel M'Leod), battle of OidahmTSrS 

capture of Coomaaaie (several times mem ; lal with Clasp), ""r 

A' Captain T. It. Diane? served throughout the Abyssi man campaign from the 6th Feb. 1868, and was present »r 

the fall of Magdala IMedal). " J ™*™ 

»» Captain J. 0. Bobion served j„ the New Zealand warin 1S63-66, including the Taranaki and Waiknrn nam 

ind was present tBangiawhia (Medal). uuun " 

! " : '."'" Detach! t of Royal Artillery and 7-poumler mountain .runs 

1 Bed Uner Expedition from Canada in 1870. ' = lms 

■' ■■■■■ 1-66, inolndingthe Waikato campaign, and was nresent at «« 

ofOrakau. and usHisU:d in conduct, ,,L' the Sap. Commanded Detachment during the Wan-an li can mat™ 

and preaent at the action of Pukaki (mentioned Medal). "campaign, 

-and war in 1863-64 and was , .resent at the attack on the Gate Pah and 

from the 13th Dec. ,867 as Adjutant (•„ 

'•" ' Wtt »»f e - ■"::' ,;'• (M-l:.l). lie served as st ('<!,: " r ° 

Magdala • as \cti„.- 1 • ,. i ' , \ ■' ' * 

under Brigadier Wilby after cap,,. „„:„ ' s „ ■)>,]< '.,. | ; - ' ., « 

' l ? •■"•»■' '■''■■■ atof tho march down country, and served IL'wZh 

a lo e, ,,-kation ^<->vetl as such 

' the Left Brigade Dooar Eieid 
rchi andNagoo,andrecaSoUhf 

K,h "'Wiin t the Foodie,. Arab tribe in i3M inrtnAh... 

• I throughout tho Aliv^.i,,,,,,, campaign from the ,th October sr,, l ' mclu , cll ?S 

•.: itherdutv ■— ■ - -- ; 4™ October 1867 ; ™ 

Trum (Medal). 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 19G 

m Captain9 P. W. J. Barker and W. ]'. de H. dmis served with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abys- 
sinian campaign from the ist Jan. 1S68 and were present at the capture of Magflals ( Medal). 

tptain II. B. Dolphin served in theBhootan Expedition in 1853, ami was present at the recapture of Dewuugir 
(Medal with clasp). 

ptain .[. \V. Buckle served with tho Armstrong Mountain Battery in the left centre column of the Bhootan 
I orce from November [864 to March 1 mat the affair of the 4th February and the 

ades at the Bala *Pass on the 15th March 1865 (Medal with Claap). B mtain Battery in tho 

Abyssinian Expedition from Jann 

■<"° Lieut. 1 '. u r . K. Murphy served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from 1st Jan. 1S6S— with the Sin I 
until nth April, and afterwards with ;i Battery of Artillery, and was present at tin- fall of Magdala 1 M 

■* Lieut. b\ II. Taylor served throughout th< • !i Dec. 1867, and was present at the 

action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mi 

served throughout the a b. 1868 (Medal). 

111 Lieut. O. II. Palmer served in the Ashanti war in 1874 with I.' I at tho capture 

traction of Adul 1 iful, battle of Ordahsu and ca • • " l al with Clasp). 

1:5 Lieut ■ h from the 29th Dec. 1 rtoFeb. i8< (Medal). 

Lieut II ' tghouttheAbye -n from Jan. iS6S(Medal) 
3 -' 1 Lieut. W. Q. Kieiv: served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Deo. 1 -.and .-. 

Addigerat with the two throughout the si Lshanti war from the 17th 

Dec. 187^ witli Uait's Artillery, including tl • Ordahsu and 
capture of ( 'oomassic (Medal with Clasp). 

1 Lieut, s. P, i' Preeth servi d in the second phase of the a Br 1873. Was attached 

to Itait's Artillery and present at the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (Medal with I 

11 1 '. c. ftich was awarded, the Bronze Medal of the Royal Hut •', August 1867. 

'■'■-'' Lieut. W. c. Dowdier Berved or the Gold Coasi u Dei • 

(Medal). 

' Lieut. 1. i. ! -. • <l with the Expeditio 73, including tin' investment 

BurrendeT and destruction of the fori al a -11 ta, ai d march to /.aula in 1 \a 
of Toodlee. 

a China, and was proaent at tl -'ire of 

the battles of Alma and Inkerman, sie on the 

(Quarries on 7th June -wounded and mentioned in I ledal with three 1 

Medals). 

th Light Infantry throughout U |, fa the Cri- 

. and Turkish 
Medal) I kwnp ire in , tently at th 

Lucknow (Medal with Clasp), 
or Wethered served m the Crimean campaign of 1854 with tho 05th Regiment, including the battle of Alma 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Ul Captain Peilden served In the Indian U il m campaign of 1857-58 with inland Highlanders, includ 
D< raighat, Kudygunge, ai I d fall of Lucknov 

of the Martlniere and Banks' Bungalow (Medal with 1 

m China, Including tbi tioo pku, and captun 

■' Peterinarj Bnrj uSkoulding served in India in 1857 58, and waspreeent at the capttu (Medal). 

Served with the expedition to China u kt Binho, Tangkn . I (Medal 

with Olac p) 

ternary Surge • I /.'aland war 

campaigns, and was present at the affairs of Kern Cerri and Pukikohi 
ilate Pah (met I 1 with the A.b 

firmed and had charge of the Blob Depot al 1 was three timi 

al). 

"° Veterinary Burgeon J. •'. Berne Berved thr mghoul the a.bj isli ra c un] 
1 Biding Master Ritchie loyal Artillery in the Eastern campaign ol iding the battle 

oflnkem 1 tall otsebastopol In the Trenches with the siege train, and al the bombardments of 17 th 

oth April, 6th and 17th June; was wounded by the explosion of the French magai . Nov 

; (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

paignof [854 55, Including the battle of Balaklava, sii 
fall ofSebastopol, capture of Kertch and 7enikale (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Me 
expedition to china m r86o, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture ofthe Taku Ports (Medal with Clasp). 



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i 9 7 War Services — Royal Artillery (late Bengal Artillery). 

i Sir George Brooke served in Bundlccund dining 1809-10. Throughout the Nepaul war of 1815-16 including 
attacks upon Xallaghur. the Heights of Ramghur, and Fort Malown. Siege of Hattrass m 1817 Mahratta war of 
1817-18 Sice and capture of Bhurtpore in 1S25-26 (blown up). Sntlej campaign oi 1S45-4". including the battles 
ofMoodkec, Ferozeshah. and Sobraon, in the two first he commanded the whole of the Artillery Medal and two 
Clasps and CU.). Punjaub campaign of 1S48-49. as Brigadier commanding the Horse Artillery including the affair 
at Haiimu-Mir. and buttles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Has also the Indian War 
Medal with two Clasps for the Nepaul War and Uhurtporc. . 

* Lieut General Twemlow served with the Army of Observation on the IS epaul frontier in 1S13-14, Nepaul campaigns 
in 1815-16 (Medal). Pindarree and Mahratta campaigns of 1817-1S, including the sieges of Chandahand Asseerghur. 
From 1821 to 1853 sen-ed in the British Contingent, Nizam's Army, where no Medals were accorded, but repeatedly 
received the thanks of the several British Residents for serving in the field, and on three several occasions the 
high approbation" of the Governor General in Council, viz., for the capture of the Forts of Janioad, Baroda, and 
Bvroo<>hur and an autograph letter of thanks from the Governor General, Lord Ellenborough. 

" Lieut General Grant served in the Burmese war of 1S25-26, including the siege and capture of Donabew, actions 
of Prome Muloon, and l'aghammew (Medal with Clasp). Afghanistan campaign of 1839-40, including siege and 
capture of Ghuznce (Med